Tuesday, June 30, 2015

Maryland and Randy Edsall agree to a three-year contract extension.

Randy Edsall. Image via The Crystal Ball Run. 


Maryland will have Randy Edsall to kick around for a little longer. The school and the Terrapins head coach have agreed on the terms of a contract extension that will last through the 2019 college football season.



Edsall's current contract set to expire at the end of the 2016 college football season.

Since coming to Maryland, Edsall has gone 20-30, but has gone 7-6 in each of the past two seasons. That includes the Terrapins' better-than-expected record in its first season in the Big Ten in 2014.

Maryland athletic director Edsall's success last season in a press release regarding the contract extension.

"Randy has made good strides in our first year in the Big Ten and our program is headed in the right direction," said Kevin Anderson, University of Maryland director of athletics, in a release. "He has established a culture in which our students have made strong progress academically with outstanding graduation rates. We have made progress and we will look to continue to build upon what we have established with our goal of competing at the highest level in the Big Ten."

Edsall has a career record of 94-100. 

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