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Friedgen: No 'Quick Fix' for the Offensive Line

Maryland Coach Ralph Friedgen gave a little sense Thursday that the offensive line will be a work in progress this season, to say the least. This is what most people thought, but Friedgen had done a pretty good job presenting a positive front. But the reporters who had been at every practice so far saw that optimism and hunger and confidence may only be able to take the line so far.

“There is not going to be a quick fix there,” Friedgen said. “You just have to be patient and hope kids develop. And I am not disappointed right now. I see us getting better. We need to start seeing other defenses. Seeing all the stuff they are seeing, they can’t just come off the ball. Friday and Saturday, I am going to have first-team offense go against the second-team defense. We need to get some rhythm. Saturday I will do half the scrimmage that way. Hopefully we can get some success generated and some momentum and confidence."

By Eric Prisbell  |  August 21, 2009; 12:25 PM ET
Categories:  Football  
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