unable to retrieve full-text contentMaryland and Rutgers will bring along a lot of familiar faces when they enter the Big Ten this fall. The experience is a big advantage for Maryland, coach Randy Edsall said. ”We fully expect to be able to compete as we come into the Big Ten.” Rutgers, which tied for sixth in its one year in the American Athletic Conference, has nine starters back on offense and seven on defense. Scarlet Knights coach Kyle Flood, like Edsall, is confident his team can hold up in the Big Ten.
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