To recap: that's Maryland's most promising young lineman gone, his potential backup also gone, and one of Maryland's few bona fide stars with another injury to his legs - which, remember, kept him out all of last season, too. To throw on top of that, Maryland's also without their starting free safety, Matt Robinson, left guard Josh Cary, and, oh yeah, their starting quarterback, too. If your plan is to wreck us, angry football gods, just get it over with and take Stefon Diggs' ACL. Don't drag it out.Testudo Times' jeremiad would be heart-rending and all too familiar to Seminole fans, but the fact that they're a conference foe keeps us from grieving. The Grim Reaper bunking in their athletic dorm only means an easier road for our 'Noles. At any other program, Randy Edsall and his S&C coach would have been fired, but that's not going to happen here; College Park is WAY too broke to pay for the buyout. So, as we look upon the charred embers of what once was Maryland's program, let us reflect upon this fact: THIS, not the Ralph Friedgen era, has been the historical state of Maryland's program for most of the last 30 years. And now that he's gone, the Terps may be returning to form.