Maryland players upset with scooter cartoon in student newspaper
A very quick update on a very busy Tuesday:
Several football players and Coach Ralph Friedgen are upset about a scooter-related cartoon in the student newspaper, The Diamondback. Here is a link to the cartoon.
Players said about half the team rides a scooter. While they understand that the accident was not DeSouza's fault, they pledge to be extra cautious while riding in the future. R.J. Dill said his father has told him it's time to wear a helmet.
Pete DeSouza, who broke both legs in Thursday’s scooter accident, is out of ICU today. Several players and Friedgen visited him Sunday.
De’Onte Arnett, a redshirt freshman defensive lineman, was granted his request to move to the offensive line after DeSouza’s injury.
| October 26, 2010; 3:37 PM ET
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