Where does Randy Edsall's winning percentage rank among Maryland coaches?
With Randy Edsall being relieved of his duties as Maryland football coach, the student newspaper decided to take a look at how his tenure compares the rest of the Terrapins all-time coaches.
Per The Diamondback, it turns out Edsall's 4 1/2 years at the helm fall somewhere in the middle historically.
He won 22 of 56 games, a winning percentage of .393 that ranks seventh of 13 men to lead the Terps since 1947.
That is just below the .400 of Lou Saban (Nick's father), who coached Maryland for one season (1966) and went 4-6.
On the bright side (at least for Edsall but maybe not the program at large), Edsall's winning percentage is better than three of the four coaches Maryland has had since 1986.
The exception is the man he replaced, Ralph Friedgen, who was 75-50 (.600) from 2001-2010 before being fired.