Randy Edsall: "As A Football Coach, I Feel Better"

Posted on July 14, 2014

All it took was seven little words, and University of Maryland football coach Randy Edsall had the crowd at PressBox's July Second Thursday Lunch Series event cheering. 

"As a football coach, I feel better," Edsall said. "I'm going to a football conference. I'm not in a basketball conference anymore."

Edsall talked with sports fans July 10, 2014, at PressBox's monthly Second Thursday Lunch Series at Padonia Ale House.

Here are some highlights from the day:

Edsall talks about the athleticism, experience and skill level of the 2014 Terps:

Edsall talks about how the move to the Big Ten changes Maryland's recruiting strategy:

Edsall talks about what Maryland's new coaches bring to the program:

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