This weekend, Maryland Athletic Director Kevin Anderson will meet with first year football coach Randy Edsall as part of a review process that will cover the program from "top to bottom." Anderson confirmed that, despite the monumentally disappointing 2-10 season on the field, Edsall is safe as head coach of the Terps.
"There's no question in my mind I got the right guy here."
Anderson, however, did articulate that the 2-10 performance is simply "unacceptable." While Edsall may be safe, Barker also reported that Anderson and other connected to the program would not confirm that all members of Edsall's assistants and staff were safe. Edsall has nine members of his staff, some of which may no longer be a part of this staff after this review. Anderson stated that he was well-aware of the fans' displeasure with the Terps performance, and that eight game losing streaks will not be tolerated.
"I am probably one of the people who hates to lose the most," Anderson said. "I didn't come here to be 2-10."