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Friedgen: 'We Have to See if We Show Up'

Here is a quick update from both coaches from the ACC teleconference:

Boston College Coach Jeff Jagodzinski said his offense won’t change with Dominique Davis at quarterback instead of Chris Crane, who is out six weeks with a broken collarbone. Jagodzinski said Davis was shaky at first against Wake Forest but settled down and led the Eagles on a game-winning drive.

“That’s a good sign,” he said. “I think it tells you a little about Dominique.”

He said Davis is more mobile than Crane but lacks experience.

Maryland Coach Ralph Friedgen still seemed down about the Florida State loss. He said the Terrapins need to improve in every facet this week.

“We have to see if we show up,” Friedgen said. “We didn’t show up last week.”

Asked about how to figure his team out, Friedgen said: “If I knew that, I wouldn’t be feeling the way I do. I have been thinking about what I could have done better.”

By Eric Prisbell  |  November 26, 2008; 1:18 PM ET
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Comments

You could see this coming a mile away. The Terps coming off a big win and talking championship instead of being ready for a mauling by Florida State. No suprise since the team was obviosly more wrapped up in seeing who won the BC/Wake game. The air came out of the Terps when Florida State became a stepping stone instead of the game that decided who was going to Tampa.

The sad thing is BC has the ACC championship to play for this week and who cares if the Terps make the trip or not? I say play all of the subs this week Ralph. At least they will want to play! Start Portis or Steffey.

Posted by: donmac1 | November 26, 2008 2:04 PM | Report abuse

Friedgen is a lost coach who blames his players and makes excuses. His loser attitude has infected his team and it shows. Why he talks about a bowl game when he should only be focusing his guys on BC is beyond me. He peaked at MD and they should really get someone there to ignite the program. He's very stale and offers zero in the leadership department

Posted by: leed1911 | November 26, 2008 2:07 PM | Report abuse

donmac - you've got to remember that in the big picture, Fridge's teams have been far better than his predecessors. Don't forget how bad we were for many many years. I agree he has no grasp of how to reach this team and I'm getting real tired of his excuses. But at least we make bowls under him.

Posted by: srcog | November 26, 2008 4:38 PM | Report abuse

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