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Tigers Lead, 3-0

Clemson started the game by running at will against the Terps. The Tigers gained at least six yards on five of their first six plays. It was a minor victory for the Terps defense when it held the Tigers to a 26-yard field goal.

QB Chris Turner nearly threw an interception on Maryland's first offensive play, but Turner helped bail Maryland out on a third and long situation when he completed a 25-yard pass to Da'Rel Scott. Drive just stalled, so Maryland's punting.

I'm sure fans want Chris Cosh's head already. Am I right?

By Eric Prisbell  |  September 27, 2008; 12:23 PM ET
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Comments

If we didn't want it after the first drive, we certainly want it after the second.

Posted by: DelawareMike | September 27, 2008 12:35 PM | Report abuse

Want Cosh's head? The man doesn't have one. Absolutely pathetic performance from the defense. We don't get points on this drive, it's all over.

Posted by: cbs | September 27, 2008 12:37 PM | Report abuse

Defense SUCKS. Seriously let them run the ball more!

Posted by: More Prevent D | September 27, 2008 12:37 PM | Report abuse

Chris Cosh does need to be fired and it's not just because of this season. The guy plays no pressure defense and doesn't know how to call plays. There was a play where 5 terrapin defenders were literally just standing around while the receivers had about a 10 yard cushion...it's just pathetic. This guy had been fired everywhere he's been and it is easy to see why...get someone who actually utilizes our talent.

Posted by: sean | September 27, 2008 12:39 PM | Report abuse

Turner needs to throw the ball with something on it, he just threw a duck-wow-his arm is draped around bey

Posted by: Kyle | September 27, 2008 12:39 PM | Report abuse

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