Randy Edsall will enter his second year with the Maryland Terrapins in the 2012 NCAA football season. Last season, the Terrapins went a disappointing 2-10, placing last in the Atlantic Division of the ACC. If the Terps are planning to turn things around this season, they are going to need a full team effort. What the Terps lack in star power, they make up for with several players who have proven to be solid and a vital part of the team’s success. Senior wide receiver Kevin Dorsey is well known in College Park for his consistency last season and his great chemistry with quarterback C.J. Brown. Also, on the defensive side there is Kenny Tate, who will either play at linebacker or safety this season and regardless of where, he will certainly make a difference as long as he’s healthy. If the Terps can overcome another tough schedule in 2012, they certainly will be looking at a turnaround season. 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 and play football at the NCAA Division I level. The Terps are members of the Atlantic Coast Conference and since their first season in 1892, they have claimed 1 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 Stadiumhas 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, although many consider the school to not have any traditional rivalries. For more information on the Maryland Terrapins, visit their website at:http://www.umterps.com/sports/m-footbl/md-m-footbl-body.html.