The Maryland football Saturday morning game day link roundup

September 7, 2013
(John McDonnell/The Washington Post) (John McDonnell/The Washington Post)

We probably overstuffed your blog quota a little too much this week. Maryland rolled to a 30-point halftime lead against Florida International last weekend and probably could have sleepwalked to a double-digit win anyway.

And for that, we bring you the Maryland Football Saturday Morning Game Day Link Roundup, the first in a (maybe?) recurring series because tossing it into the in-game discussion thread became far too cumbersome, at least for this week.

Your regularly scheduled aforementioned discussion thread will arrive shortly before kickoff, currently scheduled for 4:05 at Byrd Stadium. Enjoy your Saturday.

In today’s WaPo: FCS games can be lose-lose scenarios for higher programs

Game preview: Maryland football vs. Old Dominion

Injury updates: Three key backups will return Saturday

News: Maryland football finalizes schedule through 2019, includes home-and-home with Syracuse

Mock-up designs of indoor facility spotted in Gossett

For Terps secondary, Monarchs present big challenge

RB Jacquille Veii will ‘have a role,” OC Mike Locksley says

DC Brian Stewart doesn’t expect substitution penalties against ODU

No concern for Terps RBs, new fullback receives passing grade

C.J. Brown named College Football Performance’s QB of the Week

Maryland prepares for high-powered ODU offense, QB Taylor Heinicke

Ridiculous catches from Stefon Diggs, Dexter McDougle

Caleb Rowe named backup QB

Analysis: Breaking down Maryland’s zone read against FIU

Blog features: After big return, C.J. Brown moves onto next challenge

Linebacker Marcus Whitfield balances football, fatherhood

Old Dominion courted CB Dexter McDougle…as a wide receiver

Nigel King bristles at “No. 3 receiver” label

Deon Long shined in Terps debut

Old Dominion-centric stories: Taylor Heinicke overcame father’s sudden death, passed way into record books

Five questions with ODU’s offensive coordinator

 

Alex Prewitt covers the Washington Capitals. Follow him on Twitter @alex_prewitt or email him at alex.prewitt@washpost.com.
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