Maryland College Football: 3 Reasons the Terps Will Overcome Injury Woes

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Maryland College Football: 3 Reasons the Terps Will Overcome Injury Woes
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Randy Edsall is in charge of a team already stretched painfully thin by injuries.

Even after losing 10 scholarship players for the entire season, Maryland can still make something of this year. Note that “overcome injury woes” doesn’t necessarily mean “win games,” but positive outlooks have been hard to come by around Byrd Stadium.

Randy Edsall hasn’t exactly shined since taking the head coach job at Maryland, but the injuries that have struck this team are not making his job any easier. Not that it was easy to begin with.

The simple fact that Edsall isn’t Ralph Friedgen is often enough for people to despise him, and he hasn't made things better by refusing to change his brusque manner and disciplinarian values.

As Les Carpenter wrote for Yahoo! Sports, Edsall is a student of Tom Coughlin, who is renowned for standing strong in the face of intense criticism. Regardless of your opinion of Edsall, he is the Maryland coach for this season.

There has been a lot of denouncement of both Edsall and the Maryland team already this year, but it’s way too early to give up on either. What follows amounts to three reasons to keep watching the Terps this year.

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