As a reporter, you are taught to keep your opinions out of the stories you write. But the blogosphere has allowed certain freedoms that didn't exist before.
As someone who has covered and followed University of
I think it’s too soon to judge
Back in late December, I wrote a fairly scathing blog post about Anderson on the first anniversary of Ralph Friedgen’s forced departure – Anderson said he and The Fridge couldn’t agree on a contract extension, but everyone else believes he was fired – and said Anderson should take the brunt of the criticism for the failings of the football team even more than
I still think Mike Leach would have been a better choice than Edsall given what Anderson was looking for in the aftermath of Friedgen’s departure: someone to fire up the fan base, bring people to Byrd Stadium and take the Terps from “good to great,” the terminology Anderson took from Jim Collins’ book of the same name in describing elevating the football program into an
But I have a much better understanding of that decision after looking into Collins’ belief that quick fixes don’t work and hearing Anderson talk about it during our interview Monday in his
As much as Anderson’s reputation has been helped by the hiring of men’s basketball coach