COLLEGE PARK, Md. -- "What a lot of people do," Ralph Friedgen said one late summer morning, "is they see how a defense played for the last four or five games, and they plan on the defense being that way.
"My interpretation is that the defense has been game-planning for us. I try to get an understanding of what they like to do, because they will adjust to [our] formations. What's the coverage?
"Then I break us down. What do our tendencies look like? If you have a tendency, that's not bad. ...
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