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Maryland probably won't be headed to a warm-weather bowl destination now. The way I see it, Charlotte remains a possibility, but a long shot because Charlotte might have a chance to take UNC or NC State.

Boise might be the probable destination at this point.

Then there are a few at-large scenarios that might come into play. Anyone up for going to Shreveport, La.?

By Eric Prisbell  |  November 29, 2008; 5:49 PM ET
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Maybe it's just the way our season has fallen apart at the end, but I don't have much interest in any of the bowl possibilities for the Terps. Not much 'buzz' about the program right now.

Posted by: erniegogo | November 30, 2008 7:29 AM | Report abuse

If the choice is going to Boise or stay home, I say stay home. Who wants to go to Idaho and freeze you're butt off to get beat. Maybe sitting this one out will send a message to the underclassmen that not showing up for Florida State is not an option anymore! The seniors don't deserve a bowl game or maybe they do in Boise?

Posted by: donmac1 | November 30, 2008 9:40 AM | Report abuse

Boise is a waste of time. They're better going at large than they are going to Boise. Why is there even a bowl game is Boise? Who wants to freeze to death for a bowl game?

Posted by: EricS2 | November 30, 2008 2:35 PM | Report abuse

Oh, our boys will attend whatever bowl to which they are invited. The University wants the money. Post-season games have long lost their meaning, however, particularly the many minor bowls. This year's Terps don't deserve an invitation and it's hard to imagine people spending good time and money to attend. The odds of getting a win seem highly remote and who cares, in any event?

As for blaming the coaching staff and advocating massive firings, the outcome would almost certainly be worse than keeping a pretty capable staff until Friedgen retires.

Posted by: AncientTerp | November 30, 2008 4:28 PM | Report abuse

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