Ralph Friedgen has a gripe with Marylandmore than a year in the making.
Maryland dismissed Friedgen in December 2010 after his 10th year as the Terps’ football coach. Some perceived that Friedgen was not treated well toward the end of his tenure by his alma mater.
Since then, Friedgen has avoided saying much of anything critical about Maryland. That is, until Tuesday, when he sent out an email to the media.
“We would appreciate the current administration looking forward to the future and dedicating their energies to continue to forge ahead as a world class University and successful football program without demeaning the accomplishments of those who came before,” Friedgen wrote.
Current Maryland coach Randy Edsall was critical of Friedgen after at the beginning of Edsall’s tenure, calling into question how much Friedgen held his players accountable.
But more than a year later, the timing of Friedgen’s shot at Maryland is a little strange. So what do you think? Should Friedgen move on, or is his gripe understandable?Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun