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Too Many Penalties for Friedgen's Liking

Maryland Coach Ralph Friedgen has talked about penalties before. In fact, I recall him talking about it early in camp when he said a young player made an interception and scored, only to pose and throw the ball out of the end zone. This team is talented but young, and an excessive amount of penalties is not something Friedgen will tolerate.

“I still think we’re being troubled by penalties,” Friedgen said. “A lot of them are still on young guys who have to learn. That excuse is wearing thin on me. They have to stop making stupid penalties. We’re not going to be a team that does very well if we beat ourselves. We have to get that across to these guys.”

By Eric Prisbell  |  August 24, 2009; 2:29 PM ET
Categories:  Football  
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