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While many can debate the manner in which Friedgen was fired, Maryland athletic director Kevin Anderson looks to have made the right decision in hiring Edsall. In doing so, Maryland gets a proven winner and a seemingly high-character guy.
It's been a slow, sad march toward Ralph Friedgen's final game as coach at Maryland.
University of Maryland football fans hope AD Kevin Anderson will make a cautious decision in his coaching search, or risk people wondering why a change was ever made in the first place.
One year removed from a two-win season, the Maryland Terrapins are headed to a bowl game with the possibility of finishing the 2010 season with the biggest turnaround in ACC history.
Friedgen, in his 10th season as coach, has led the Terrapins to a 7-3 season after finishing last year 2-10, which was last in the ACC.
The stakes can't get much higher Saturday when Maryland hosts Florida State. With only two games remaining on their schedule, a win against the Seminoles would leave Maryland one victory away from reaching the ACC Championship game.
Saturday's 31-7 loss to Clemson summed up the ever frustrating marriage between the Maryland Terrapins and head football coach Ralph Friedgen. Heading into Saturday's game, Maryland had the chance to march into Death Valley and lay stake in their quest for this year's ACC crown.