Former Maryland quarterback Frank Reich, who as a college and pro passer engineered two of the greatest comebacks in football history, could be put in charge of orchestrating another: the return to prominence of the downtrodden program at his alma mater.
Reich, now offensive coordinator of the San Diego Chargers, was interviewed to be the Terps' new football coach this weekend in Jacksonville. Fla., according to 247Sports. The Chargers beat the Jacksonville Jaguars there on Sunday.
Reich is one of several coaches who are reportedly candidates for Maryland's open football coach job. Scott...
They deserve a nice bump for their trade for Trent Richardson alone, but how about that win over the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday? This team -- not the Houston Texans -- are officially the one to beat in the AFC South.