The Ralph "Fridge" Friedgen era has come to an end in College Park, officially marking the beginning of a brand new era in Maryland Terrapin football.
After a brilliant turnaround to Maryland's football program, a season in which Ralph was named ACC's Coach of the Year by leading his Terps to an 8-4 season in 2010 (9-4 after Bowl win over East Carolina), UMD's athletic director made the decision to terminate Friedgen's contract. Friedgen's tenure as head coach lasted 10 years.
A couple weeks later, on Jan. 2, Maryland's hunt for the new head coach was over with the signing of Connecticut head coach Randy Edsall.
Here are eight off-the-wall predictions for Edsall's Terps this coming season.