Afternoon everyone! After a long drive back from the D.C. area and a good nights sleep, we're back on track here at "The View". I'll be posting the recap of the BC-Maryland game shortly, followed by photos from the game and then the BC-Providence basketball game recap (I'm watching it as I type this). In the meantime, here's some post-game reaction to both.
Steve Aponavicius missed his first kick of the year yesterday, but made the game winner when it counted the most.
Mark Herzlich was off crutches yesterday, while his tag-team partner next year, Luke Kuechly, made perhaps the play of the year late in the game.
Montel Harris tied a nearly 40 year old team record yesterday by toting the rock 41 times for 142 yards.
Yesterday might have been the swan song for Maryland coach Ralph Friedgen, but not everyone thinks he should go.
Friedgen though, feels confident that he will be back next season.
The Terps juggled QB's all afternoon, with varying degrees of success, thanks to some nagging injuries.
The Eagles showed much more effort defensively against the 3 point shooting Friars yesterday.
Despite Tyler Roche (back) and Joe Trapani (flu) being limited, the Eagles found a way to get their most important win this season.
For the Friars, it was a game in which both their flaws and their potential were on full display.