College Sports Archive: July / August 2008
Stuck in Middle, Navarre OKs Switch
Maryland senior Jeremy Navarre was recently transplanted from defensive end to defensive tackle, a move he hopes will help lift his team from mediocrity.
Steffy's Hard Work Pays Off
On Monday, coach Ralph Friedgen named Jordan Steffy as the starting quarterback for the Terrapins’ season opener against Delaware Aug. 30.
Terps Need to Replace Five Defensive Starters
Maryland will rely on Kevin Barnes and a veteran linebacking corps to offset the loss of five defensive starters and build on the progress of the last two seasons.
Navy's New Man, Old Plan
Navy football coach Ken Niumatalolo hopes to keep the triple option sailing smoothly as he looks to make his mark on the college gridiron landscape.
Navy QB May Miss Opener
A strained hamstring has quarterback Kaheaku-Enhada questionable for Navy's season opener against Towson, which would make Jarod Bryant the starting QB.
Lou from the Coast: College Football's Top 10
Baltimore's favorite handicapper, Lou from the Coast, is back. To begin, a quick look at the best college football teams in the land.
Terps Will Lean on Veteran O-Line
What a difference a year has made for the Maryland Terrapins football team. The offensive line brings back four starters and has solid depth because several young players were forced into action last year due to injury.
Franklin's Bark Puts Bite in Terps' Attack
Maryland's recently installed offensive coordinator/assistant head coach James Franklin is one of football’s most sought-after young minds.
Mulieri Brothers Don't Lack Potential
Michael Mulieri, a senior at Loyola College, has won four golf tournaments in the last six months. His brother Jay, a freshman at Loyola, has already claimed five tournament titles in his young career
Offseason News Hitting ACC Hard
Years ago, the process of forecasting "next season" in college sports wasn't complicated. Subtract the seniors. Add the freshmen. Today, it's not that simple.
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