Stefon Diggs took flight against Old Dominion last weekend. (John McDonnell/The Washington Post)
We did it again. Maryland more than quadrupled up Old Dominion, 47-10, last Saturday, and the result was another week of overstuffed blog content. So here, once more, is the Maryland Football Saturday Morning Game Day Link Roundup, because it wouldn’t fit inside the in-game discussion thread and because we love the name.
Your regularly scheduled discussion thread will arrive shortly before kickoff, currently scheduled for 7:34 p.m. at Rentschler Field in East Hartford, Conn. Enjoy your Saturday.
In Saturday’s WaPo: Deep in Huskies territory, one ardent Randy Edsall fan walks among the livid.
Game preview: Maryland football vs. Connecticut
Weekly news: Terps Coach Randy Edsall expects boos at Connecticut. You don’t say.
Sights set on remaining undefeated, not Edsall’s return
Notes from Edsall’s weekly meeting with reporters
Offensive coordinator Mike Locksley looks to keep RB Albert Reid involved
Defensive coordinator Brian Stewart sees some Diggs in Will Likely
Connecticut media focusing on new regime’s struggles over Edsall’s return
No major depth-chart changes entering week three
Stefon Diggs named ACC receiver of the week
CB Jeremiah Johnson out seven to eight weeks
Analysis: Film review of Maryland’s three interceptions versus Old Dominion
Mini-profiles: ‘Old man’ C.J. Brown brings serenity to huddle
Linebacker Alex Twine embraces freedom of special teams
Tight end Andrew Issacs looks forward to ‘business trip,’ not return home
Matt Robinson’s experience at safety helps Terps defense
Offensive more confident since last season’s debacle versus the Huskies
With goal-line interception, Yannick Ngakoue made mark last weekend
With CB Jeremiah Johnson out, Likely has big opportunity
Miscellaneous: Terps fly Maryland-themed plane to Connecticut
Five questions with Huskies offensive coordinator T.J. Weist
Maryland receives 3:30 p.m. start versus West Virginia
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