Category: football

Signing Day is the 6th for Football

I am excited as the Terps look to land a top 40 nationally ranked  class of high school seniors to the football team.  It must be hard to recruit coming off of a 2 win season and then a 4 win campaign.  Tomorrow a group of lineman, wide receivers, linebackers and a quarterback will sign […]

Friday Photo Day

The Terps don’t play this weekend, but that does not stop the fun here.  We are already gearing up for West Virginia next Saturday, 17th September.  The game is at 12p on ESPN. Here are the 128 photos shot with the Canon and a 20x zoom.  All of these are from press box level on […]


I LOVE THEM – Great Uniforms Under Armour I loved the uni’s when the team walked, ran and leaped out of the tunnel and ran to the student section. I love’m now. They make the Terps different. In fact, national newsworthy. Best marketing campaign in a long time. Best Maryland marketing EVER. As a uniform, […]

Olde Tyme Football

That was some olde tyme football in both the Ravens Titans game and the Eagles Giants match up. That is the way playoff football is supposed look and feel. In both games, you could tell the players, coaches and probably owners did not like each other. The controlled violence of professional football was on display. […]

Football Update

Conference Championship week in the NFL is a good time to produce a football update. Our first football update this week is for Josh Portis and Darrius Heyward Bey from the Terps. Josh Portis ended up at Division II California of Pennsylvania. Located near Pittsburgh at 250 University Ave., California, PA 15419 View Larger Map) […]

Play to Win

I guess playing offense at Maryland is tough. It has been written that learning the playbook is really difficult for quarterbacks. Ralph Freidgen (head coach) has said so himself. In order to streamline the process, he brought on former Terp coach James Franklin for the 2008 season. James left Terpland to be the receivers coach […]

The “Future” Leaves Now

Josh Portis Transfers Josh Portis, once arguably the most sought after quarterback in the nation 4 years ago, has decided to leave the University of Maryland. The Portis story is a cautionary tale of what it means to be a ‘can’t miss’ prospect. Josh was highly recruited and seemed destined to be with Urban Meyer […]