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Personnel, schemes create problems for Terps

Maryland's offense has struggled against a challenging schedule. Inside Lacrosse's Quint Kessenich take a look at what's wrong with the Terps.

Updated: April 12, 2006, 6:43 PM ET
By Quint Kessenich | Special to ESPN.com

What's wrong with Maryland's offense? Is it personnel? Schemes? A little of both, probably. The Terrapins average 8.3 goals per game, but in their three losses, they've only managed to score 17 goals. That's less than six per game.

The Terps lack an elite passer and a ball control attackman. They don't have a calming influence, a guy you trust to carry against a top pole and make good decisions and manage a game. Joe Walters leads the team with 13 assists, most of which he's picked up on extra ...

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