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Terps notes from the Fridge

*Coach Friedgen said today that wide receiver-punt returner Tony Logan (shoulder) is at about 85 percent.

But expect Anthony Wiseman and Kenny Tate to continue to receive punts against Middle Tennessee State. Each has four punt returns this season, with Tate averaging 6.8 yards and Wiseman 4.5 yards. But Tate has a fumble.

*Maryland has had officials at practice as it tries to cut down on the number of penalties. The Terps have been penalized 12 times in their two games.

It helped Maryland quite a bit on Saturday that James Madison was flagged 11 times for 105 yards.

*Fridge frowned at the memory of last season's 24-14 loss at Middle Tennessee, one of the worst defeats of his coaching tenure.

This season's Middle Tennessee media guide highlights that Maryland game, calling it "one of the biggest upsets of the year."

Said Fridge: "It was just the whole trip. Those games are hard."

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