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Clemson Running Away, Up 17-6

James Davis and CJ Spiller are both near 100 rushing yards each already. Clemson is dominating the game offensively, and Terps only have six points because of field goals after they got a couple turnovers.

Davis just scored on a 38-yard run right through the middle of Maryland's defense.

What should the Terps do?

By Eric Prisbell  |  September 27, 2008; 1:08 PM ET
Categories:  Football  
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Hmmm... Fire CHRIS COSH!!!! And get a D co-ord who doesnt consistently rank in the bottom 100. Worst RUN D EVER!

Posted by: What the terps should do... | September 27, 2008 1:11 PM | Report abuse

When will you be firing the crackhead you have at defensive coordinator?

Posted by: Here's Your First Q for Ralph Postgame | September 27, 2008 1:16 PM | Report abuse

The Terps should drive into the country on their way back to College Park and throw Cosh off the bus.

Posted by: Mariolucasforthree | September 27, 2008 1:32 PM | Report abuse

MD fans have been saying FIRE COSH forever. RF is just stubborn. He should go too if he can't see the DC is a BIG liability. This team aint going nowhere.

Posted by: Anonymous | September 27, 2008 1:40 PM | Report abuse

How about playing with some heart and some fire? How about playing with an attacking mindset instead of playing in fear of all the talent of Clemson? How about scoring a touchdown when you're gifted two turnovers and have the ball 4 inches from the goal line?

How bout that?

Posted by: KA | September 27, 2008 1:45 PM | Report abuse

Can't we give up on the Portis thing? WHY?

Posted by: ewg | September 27, 2008 1:52 PM | Report abuse

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