Got some good links for everyone this week given the injuries at quarterback, basketball season revving up, and some contests we would love for you to vote for us in.
- The Baltimore Sun staff, among others, gives a quick synopsis on the Perry Hills season ending injury. It certainly puts us in a bind at quarterback, but hasn’t that been the case all season long?
- Alex Prewitt of the Washington Post talks about the improvements along the offensive line that have helped out with establishing a solid running game. A solid running game doesn’t imply more than one game, because we have only been good at running one game this season.
- Ben Broman of Testudo Times gives us a look at how much more productive the Terrapins could be on offense with a new quarterback and offensive scheme. I will reserve my judgements until I see the Terrapins go against a team that actually has some game film on this new look, like Boston College.
- Prewitt of the Washington Post again gives us a look at the Men’s basketball open scrimmage on Saturday before the football game. I can give you the gist of it, if you’d like: Dez Wells, Dez Wells, and more Dez Wells.
- The same writer as above also tells us that Mark Turgeon is looking at employing numerous different lineups this season on the basketball court.
- If you’re into slideshows, Doug Brodess of Bleacher Report has a piece on the most improved players on each ACC basketball team this year. No surprise on who he picks for the Terrapins, fellas. I will still disagree on who it is, though.
- Jeff Eisenberg of The Dagger (Yahoo!) discusses Maryland’s trendy jerseys for the upcoming Kentucky-Maryland basketball game. Faux-woll is the new black.
- Jon Hancock of Bleacher Report also let’s us know, in case you missed it, that RODDY PETERS PICKED THE TERPS! *Breaks out balloons and champagne*
- And finally, please vote for us in the Mobbies this year for best Twitter account and Best collegiate sports website! We’re really looking forward to a Mobbie on our mantle, and it will be all thanks to you readers.