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Kick return unit a concern for Maryland

Maryland Coach Ralph Friedgen did not have much to say Wednesday of note. He did not seem to have much of a voice either. But I found a few things interesting:

The first thing is that he is looking for a solution for the kickoff return team. Maryland ranks last nationally – yes, last – in yards per kickoff return. The unit was supposed to be a strength for Maryland, but it has struggled mightily. Torrey Smith’s nagging injuries have not helped, either. So Friedgen said that he plans to change up some of the personnel on the unit. We’ll have to see how that works out this Saturday.

Defensive back Desmond Kearse has a nagging ankle injury and has not gotten better.

Freshman offensive lineman Max Garcia could very well play this week. Coaches are very high on him and he should play this season.

Travis Baltz will continue to handle place kicking duties this week.

By Eric Prisbell  | October 14, 2010; 8:24 AM ET
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Hit 'em Max! Stick'em!!!

Posted by: steven09 | October 14, 2010 3:04 PM | Report abuse

No post of Maryland Madness?

No posts about Juan Dixon, Keith Booth, Dave Neal, etc playing in Alumni Game?

No post about recruits Lewis and Faust attending Maryland Madness?

No post about Pe'shon wearing #21?

Maybe these all are coming later? I hope so.

Posted by: fushezzi | October 15, 2010 10:32 AM | Report abuse

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