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  • Best comedy skit on books -- ever

    Best comedy skit on books -- ever
    After my post yesterday on holiday books, my friend Jeff reminded me of a classic Seinfeld skit about coffee table books. It features an invention by Kramer, so you know the result will be hilarious. And it includes guest spots by Regis Philbin and Kathie Lee Gifford for a little extra silliness.
  • Art To Dine For dress codes: get out!

     
    Remember that "Seinfeld" episode that has George getting invited somewhere with a "smart-casual" dress code? "What is that?" he asks Jerry."I don't know," Jerry answers, "but you don't have it."Even the hapless Mr. Costanza must have something in his...

    Terps notes: flash cards and the hurry-up offense

    Terps notes: flash cards and the hurry-up offense
    **Headiing into the contest at Georgia Tech, Maryland's hurry-up offense has held the ball for an average of 24:40 per game -- last in the ACC by far. So might the Terps go slower against Georgia Tech to try to keep the ball away from a Yellow Jackets...

    Regis Philbin, Scott Van Pelt and Maryland's offense

    Regis Philbin, Scott Van Pelt and Maryland's offense
    Fans who looked closely at Maryland's sideline during the season-opening football game may have been puzzled by what they saw on cards held up by team managers. Was that really a photo of TV talk-show host Regis Philbin, and — if so — what...

    Coffee Companion (10/5): Edsall wearing out his Terps welcome?

    Coffee Companion (10/5): Edsall wearing out his Terps welcome?
    Each morning, Monday through Friday, I'll hook you up with reading material to skim through as you slug down coffee and slack off at the start of your workday -- that way I'll have an excuse to do the same at the start of mine.   Running it back: For...