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Maryland Terrapins 2013 Schedule
Aug 31vs Florida International Golden Panthers
Sep 7vs Old Dominion Monarchs
Sep 14at Connecticut Huskies
Sep 21vs West Virginia Mountainers
Oct 5at Florida State Seminoles
Oct 12vs Virginia Cavaliers
Oct 19at Wake Forest Demon Deacons
Oct 26vs Clemson Tigers
Nov 9vs Syracuse Orange
Nov 16at Virginia Tech Hokies
Nov 23vs Boston College Eagles
Nov 30at North Carolina State Wolfpack
Posted on June 23, 2015 at 10:06 PM.
Maryland Terrapins Depth Chart - 2013
Regular Offense
WRStefon DiggsLevern JacobsDeAndre Lane
TEDave StinebaughP.J. GalloAndrew Isaacs
LTMike MadarasJake Wheeler
LGDe'Onte ArnettSilvano AltamiranoG.T. Harraka
CSal ConaboyEvan Mulrooney
RGMichael DunnAndrew Zeller
RTRyan DoyleNick Klemm
WRDeon LongNigel KingAmba Etta-Tawo
QBC.J. BrownCaleb RoweRicardo Young
FBKenneth Goins, Jr.Tyler Cierski
HBBrandon RossAlbert ReidJacquille Veii
Base 3-4 Defense
LDEQuinton JeffersonAndre MonroeRoman Braglio
NTDarius KilgoNate ClarkeAlex WalkerAzubuike Ukandu
RDEKeith BowersZeke RiserTy Tucker
LOLBMarcus WhitfieldYannik Cudjoe-VirgilYannick Ngakoue
LILBCole FarrandShawn PettyBradley Johnson
RILBL.A. GoreeAbner Logan
ROLBMatt RobinsonAlex TwineAvery Thompson
CBJeremiah JohnsonWilliam LikelyTony Perry
SSSean DavisA.J. Hendy
FSAnthony NixonUndray ClarkZach Dancel
CBDexter McDougleIsaac GoinsAlvin Hill
Special Teams
KBrad Craddock
PNathan Renfro
HCaleb Rowe
PRStefon DiggsWilliam Likely
KRStefon DiggsWilliam Likely
LSP.J. Gallo
Posted on June 23, 2015 at 10:01 PM.

Randy Edsall Enters Third Season with Terrapins

While the last two seasons have been very disappointing for Maryland football fans, the future seems to be looking up under head coach Randy Edsall. The 2013 season will be the team's last one in the Atlantic Coast Conference, as they will be moving to the Big Ten Conference in 2014. There are plenty of reasons to feel optimistic about this year's team, and many people see them making it to their first bowl game since 2010.

C.J. Brown returns to lead the offense at quarterback after missing the entirety of last season due to a torn ACL that he suffered during fall camp. Reports out of practice are that he not only retained his speed and mobility, but that his arm is much-improved from what fans saw during the 2011 season. The Terrapins will need him to be a veteran leader for what is a very young offensive unit. Look for offensive coordinator Mike Locksley to take full advantage of Brown's mobility by using a wide variety of option plays and play-action rollouts. While last season's offense resembled more of a pro-style attack, this season's should look more like a modern spread-option scheme.

Stefon Diggs made national waves during his freshman season with Maryland, and he will only look to improve in his sophomore campaign. His agility and quickness wowed crowds across the country, as he fully lived up to his 5-star status. He will start in the slot this season, and will be used in many different ways in order to get him the ball in space. He'll also return both kickoffs and punts for the Terrapins. While Diggs will get most of the attention offensively for Maryland, Deon Long could also have a monster season in College Park. The transfer from Iowa Western Community College put up incredible numbers last season, and will start at the split-end spot for Maryland. His speed gives Brown another deep threat, and he has enough size to match up well against opposing cornerbacks.

Brandon Ross and Albert Reid will split carries in the backfield for the Terrapins this season, with Ross likely getting the first chance at touches in most games. Both are very talented runners, but could be pushed for carries by true freshman Jacquille Veii, who coaches have been very impressed with so far in camp. His speed is very impressive, and many analysts see him playing some sort of an H-back role for the Terrapins down the road. No matter who the running back is, the offensive line must be able to open up some holes. The left side of the line should be solid, with Mike Madaras at tackle and De'Onte Arnett at guard. Sal Conaboy is a very reliable center, but it is the right side of the line that is fairly undetermined. Michael Dunn and Andrew Zeller are currently battling for the starting right guard position, while Ryan Doyle and Nick Klemm fight it out for the right tackle job.

Defensively, defensive coordinator Brian Stewart will need to show his coaching prowess after losing 5 members of his starting front 7 from last season. Darius Kilgo and Cole Farrand are the only two that remain, but all of the other positions are being filled by players with experience. This is a defensive unit that should be solid, with the strength being the cornerback position. Dexter McDougle and Jeremiah Johnson lead a unit that will terrorize opposing wide receivers and quarterbacks, and should allow Stewart to dial up some additional pressure. His 3-4 scheme has been met with great enthusiasm in College Park, and worked wonders for the defense last season.

Special teams were a bit shaky at times last season, but should improve in 2013 now that Australian kicker Brad Craddock has a year of experience under his belt. His freshman season was rocky, but not unexpected from a player who is not only starting as a true freshman, but is also living in a new country for the first time. Nathan Renfro returns as the team's punter, and will also be looking for some consistency in 2013.

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