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At Halfway Point of Season, Where is This Team?

The first half of the season is history. Maryland is 2-4 but 1-1 in the ACC, still with a chance in a wide open Atlantic Division race. Someone has to win this thing. Who knows what to make of the defense. The offense looked pretty good in the second half. Virginia up next, promises to be a tough game. Then Duke, promises to be a tough game. Think about the first half of the season in total and give the team a grade if you want.

Oh, and linebacker Alex Wujciak said he expects linebackers Demetrius Hartsfield (probably broken hand) and Adrian Moten (thigh contusion) both to play next week against Virginia, for what it is worth.

I'm about to get out of this dark stadium any moment.

By Eric Prisbell  |  October 10, 2009; 11:25 PM ET
Categories:  Football  
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Comments

So, I bet we can revisit whether or not the Fridge stays.

Posted by: SirPelleas | October 11, 2009 12:46 PM | Report abuse

Turner has made a few nice passes at critical times, and Nick Ferrara has been terrific. Those bright spots, along with Clemson's 4th quarter flop, lift the Terps to a "D" grade for the first half. But a "D" won't fill the stands and help fund the other 25 Maryland sports programs (men's hoops can stand on its own).

Ralph absolutely has earned the right to survive a couple of bad years. But those years have come and gone, and he's now on the brink of the worst of four losing seasons in six years. The Terps are living in Duffnerville, and they need to move on.

Posted by: SmittyATL | October 11, 2009 4:03 PM | Report abuse

Unless Friedgen voluntarily steps down, I think he still keeps the job. Debbie Yow doesn't buy out contracts.

Posted by: imterpsfan2 | October 13, 2009 10:04 AM | Report abuse

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