Following his hire at Maryland, first-year coach Randy Edsall learned his program would be hit by the NCAA with a loss of three scholarships and docked 2 ½ hours of practice time per week this summer.
Since then, the Terps have also dealt with injuries, suspensions, and an embarrassing 38-7 home loss to Temple.
Has it been a little more difficult than Edsall expected?
“That’s a good question,” he said.
There’s no question about it for first-year Miami coach Al Golden, who walked into a firestorm of NCAA allegations.
During summer camp, Miami’s NCAA investigation became the epicenter of college football. Some speculated the program would get the death penalty. Golden was just trying to figure out what his starting
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