Terps break into AP top 25

Terps break into AP top 25
September 29, 2013, 9:30 pm
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In Randy Edsall's third season as head coach, and for the first time since the final ranking of the 2010 season, the Maryland Terrapins football team has broken into the Associated Press Top 25. 

The Terps grabbed the No. 25 spot after starting the season 4-0, and it comes just in time for their clash with No. 8 Florida State this Saturday. 

Maryland was last ranked No. 23 after their 51-20 win over East Carolina in the 2010 Military Bowl, and the last time the Terps were ranked in the regular season was in 2008.

No. 3 Clemson and No. 14 Miami were the other ACC schools to crack the top 25 this week, and Virginia Tech had the second most votes of all unranked teams. 

Maryland has yet to make the top 25 in the USA Today polls, though a win in Tallahassee would certainly change that. The game can be seen on ESPN this Saturday at noon. 

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