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Maryland Made Mistake With Edsall

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If Jeff Hathaway hadn't haggled over the money, he would have been named Maryland's athletic director in September 2010, and there's no way Hathaway would have hired Randy Edsall as his football coach.

If Edsall, a Pennsylvania guy with a wholesome reputation and no real Penn State connections, would have stayed at UConn another year, he would have been high on the list to replace Joe Paterno. Despite that nonsense about Maryland being Edsall's "dream job" when he bolted UConn last January, no one would more love to go to Unhappy Valley to begin...

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