Randy Edsall was a hot coach not so long ago. In 2009, he was mentioned as a candidate at Notre Dame. In 2010, Edsall coached Connecticut to the Fiesta Bowl against OU. A few days after that game, Edsall resigned to take the Maryland job.
But Edsall is not so hot anymore. His first Maryland team went 2-10. His second Maryland team went 4-8, with narrow wins over William & Mary, Temple, Wake Forest and Virginia.
Maryland is headed to the Big Ten next season with very little traction on its football program. James Franklin, who had been anointed the heir apparent under former coach Ralph Fridgen, has turned Vanderbilt into a winner. Even more indicting, the program Edsall left, Connecticut, has gone belly-up, too.
Saturday, Maryland hosts Florida International and its new coach, Ron Turner. The Terrapins are capable of losing, which would not enhance Edsall's standing in College Park.
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