Pete Volk of the Maryland blog, Testudo Times, kindly answered (more of) our questions about head coach Randy Edsall and the Terrapins.
In an injury-free utopia, Randy Edsall's Maryland Terrapins could be deep, experienced, and all sorts of athletic in 2014. They'll need to be just that, as their first Big Ten schedule is daunting.
With Maryland leaving the ACC, this could be the last time the Hoos and Terps face each other. Can the Hoos can turn things around this season and pick up their fourth straight win at Byrd Stadium.
Fortunes aren't supposed to change rapidly (and change again and again) for most schools, but most schools aren't Houston.
It looks like we have some clarity on the Zeke Riser situation. Riser missed practice Thursday, and Randy Edsall said he would have more answers on Friday. Riser is on the sidelines at Maryland's...
After an inconsistent offensive performance on Tuesday, Maryland put it back together, thanks to the return of their starting quarterback.
In March, it looked as if Houston defensive end graduate transfer Zeke Riser was headed to Texas for his final season. Now, all of a sudden, he's headed to Maryland. What happened?
The Texas Longhorns will add an experienced defensive end in 2013 by picking up former Houston standout Zeke Riser, a 6-4, 255-pounder who is currently set to be a preferred walk on.
The Texas Longhorns opened up their second and final practice to the public on Saturday, though the session wasn't quite as physical as it was on Friday. There were also a couple of important...