Coach Randy Edsall will enter his third year with the Maryland Terrapins in the 2013 NCAA football season. Last season, the Terrapins went 4-8, a two-game improvement over the 2011 team. The Terps started strong at 4-2, even playing a close game with #8 West Virginia on September 22. However, after a win against Virginia on October 13, they wouldn’t win another game. Quarterback C.J. Brown is recovering from a torn ACL, but he’ll be ready in time for the season and he has a talented group of big playmakers at wide receiver. The best of the group is Stefon Diggs, who had 848 receiving yards in his freshman season. Four-star recruit Deon Long has big-play potential. Four other four-star recruits make up a decent recruiting class for a program like Maryland. The Terps have two national titles and 11 conference titles to be proud of. This Terps team has plenty of upside, and if they can overcome a tough schedule in their last year in the ACC. Early games against Florida International, Old Dominion, and Connecticut could be easy opportunities for wins. Get your tickets to all the Maryland Terrapins games with Gold Coast Tickets today!
The Maryland Terrapins are based in the College Park, Maryland at the University of Maryland are members of the Atlantic Coast Conference. Since their first season in 1892, they have claimed one national championship and 11 conference titles. The last time the Terps made a bowl appearance was in the 2010 Military Bowl where they went on to defeat the East Carolina Panthers, 51-20. Byrd Stadium has been the home of the Terps football team since 1950 and has an official capacity of 54,000. Maryland’s most heated rivalries are with Virginia and West Virginia, and in 2013 they will host Virginia at Byrd Stadium and play West Virginia at a neutral site in the Baltimore Ravens’ M&T Bank Stadium. Get tickets to these games and more with Gold Coast Tickets!