Terps Aim For Strong Finish After 2-6 Start
COLLEGE PARK, Md. (AP) - A banged-up Maryland team spent its bye week healing bruised bones and trying to figure out how to become bowl-eligible.
The Terrapins (2-6) had a number of players banged up during the first seven games and last week gave them a chance to heal and gird themselves for the stretch run.
“I really didn’t do too much,” defensive lineman Travis Ivey. “I just tried to…
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