Edsall Digging Himself a Hole at Maryland

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At least Maryland Coach Randy Edsall still has this much after an abysmal start: He’ll probably get plenty of time to escape from the hole he has dug. And it appears Edsall will need more than a little.

Just five games into his tenure in College Park, Edsall’s team has struggled on the field, while he’s exacerbated the situation by putting his foot in his mouth off it. There’s grumbling within the program about Edsall’s old-school rules, a surprising quarterback controversy and widespread concern among Maryland supporters that Edsall, based on his recent comments, doesn’t think much of the group he inherited.

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