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RANDY EDSALL RUMORS & GOSSIP

Ex-UConn coach provides lead gift for statue honoring slain player

STORRS, Conn. -- Maryland coach Randy Edsall has provided the lead gift for a statue being built to honor former Connecticut cornerback Jasper Howard. Howard was stabbed to death following a dance at UConn in October 2009, while Edsall was the school's football coach. The statue at Rentschler Field in East Hartford is to be dedicated on Nov. 1, at halftime of the Huskies'...
Via AP on Fox
13 hours ago  |  Discuss

Edsall provides lead gift for UConn statue

STORRS, Conn. (AP) Maryland coach Randy Edsall has provided the lead gift for a statue being built to honor former Connecticut cornerback Jasper Howard. Howard was stabbed to death following a dance at UConn in October 2009, while Edsall was the school's football coach. The statue at Rentschler Field in East Hartford is to be dedicated on Nov. 1, at halftime of the Huskies&...
Via AP on Fox
15 hours ago  |  Discuss

Edsall Complains About WVU Play Total

It was a comfortable day in College Park on Saturday afternoon. Some light rain showers entered the area off and on, but nothing to effect the outcome of the game. It was typical WVU vs Maryland. Physical and hard hitting, the way the game should be played. When the game was over, Maryland head coach Randy Edsall had a problem, and it wasn’t with his defense, but the West Virginia...
Via BlueGoldSports.com
16 days ago  |  Discuss

Randy Edsall Trashes Michigan Fans, Continues to Fail at Life

Detroit Free Press - Add Randy Edsall to the list of people who say Michigan Stadium isn’t very loud despite being able to house more than 110,000 people. The Maryland head coach, whose team has just joined the Big Ten, recalls when he coached Connecticut for a visit to the Big House in 2010. U-M won that game 30-10. Edsall’s Terrapins will visit Michigan on Nov. 22, the week...
Via Double Coverage Football
August 28, 2014  |  Discuss

Maryland’s Randy Edsall On Michigan Stadium: ‘It’s Big, But It’s Not Loud’

You can likely cross Michigan off the list of teams that will welcome newcomer Maryland with open arms to the Big Ten this season.  In an interview with Washington, D.C’s 106.7 The Fan Wednesday afternoon, Terrapins’ coach Randy Edsall made some not-so-flattering comments about the Wolverines’ football stadium, dubbed by most as “The Big House.”  Sure, it’s large, Edsall...
Via College Spun
August 27, 2014  |  Discuss

Clemson Coach Dabo Swinney Takes Mini-Shot At Randy Edsall, Big Ten, Ohio State All In One Quote

Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney has not been shy to boast about the unprecedented success his Tigers have had over the past few seasons. So it should come as no surprise that when asked about Maryland coach Randy Edsall’s recent comments regarding the Big Ten’s status as a “football conference”, Swinney made sure to remind everyone what happened when his team ran into B1G...
Via College Spun
July 21, 2014  |  Discuss

Randy Edsall responds to Franklin's recruiting comment

It took awhile, but Randy Edsall finally responded to recent comments made by James Franklin, who declared the state of Maryland as an "in-state" recruiting area for Penn State under his reign as head coach.Edsall's response wasn't your prototypical jab at a rival that we're accustomed to seeing. But he certainly made his feelings known that the Terrapins aren...
Via Bush League Chronicle
June 17, 2014  |  Discuss

Report: Notre Dame DC Bob Diaco hired as UConn head coach

Late Wednesday night news broke that Notre Dame defensive coordinator Bob Diaco had been hired as the new head football coach at UConn. The 40-year-old Diaco and Connecticut reportedly reached a five-year contract that will start at $1.5 million per year. Diaco has been at Notre Dame since 2010, arriving with head coach Brian Kelly from Cincinnati. He won the 2012 Broyles Award,...
Via Rumors and Rants
December 11, 2013  |  Discuss

Maryland coach Randy Edsall not OK with Notre Dame-ACC agreement

By Justin Burnette Maryland coach Randy Edsall was asked during the ACC Media Day if he is OK with the current Notre Dame-ACC agreement. As many fans know, independent Notre Dame agreed to play five games against ACC schools beginning in 2014 and the Irish are now affiliated with the Orange Bowl which means the they could get selected to the bowl over an ACC program. Edsall said...
Via College Football Universe
July 22, 2013  |  Discuss

Maryland decided to turn their field into a parking lot

The Testudo Times was able to obtain these photos of Maryland’s field turf which, for some reason, is being grayed out in a swatch like pattern. Randy Edsall, the Maryland head coach, seems like the type of guy who would like this. He lets his team captains pick out their uniform colors before games which have been know to be more than a little crazy. The new turf does happen to...
Via Throw The Flag
June 22, 2012  |  Discuss
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