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Friedgen on Monday's Poor Practice

The one constant for this young Maryland team has been effort. Players have worked, and worked hard, even when Coach Ralph Friedgen thought they were tired, sore and beaten up in two-a-days.

But Monday brought a change. Friedgen said it was the team’s worst practice, and that includes spring practice. He did want to give the players a little pass because it was the first day of classes at Maryland and his teams, for whatever reason, do not practice well on the first day of classes.

But with a young team, Friedgen is concerned about getting his team ready for a season-opening road game.

On the two-deep depth chart, 28 guys have not played in a division I-A game.

“We can’t go through the motions,” Friedgen said. “We have to be a blue-collar team. ‘Let’s chill.’ That is not going to get it done.”

By Eric Prisbell  |  September 2, 2009; 12:00 PM ET
Categories:  Football  
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