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I'm glad for the win...but the pre-game handshake snub was BS. Edsall should suspend his three captains for one game each. (They're not going to beat Michigan State anyway)

I've never heard of a penalty for not shaking hands before. And not that I agree with what the Caps did at all, but PSU players seemed to be the ones jawing and chirping at Terps players during warmups and initiated that whole skirmish. That would be my guess for the whole no respect thing.

Emotions obviously ran high and those boys were definitely pumped up. I can see why everyone was so chippy.

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I was born in 1961, which was the last time the Terps beat Penn State. Yeah, baby, now two wins in my lifetime:D

I was born in 1961 too. Now I feel old and depressed. Thanks for the info.:wedge:

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<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" lang="en"><p>JUST IN: <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/B1G?src=hash">#B1G</a> issues public reprimand of Randy Edsall, suspends Stefon Diggs one game and fines Maryland $10K. <a href="http://t.co/penqwbUFFU">pic.twitter.com/penqwbUFFU</a></p>— Big Ten Network (@BigTenNetwork) <a href="

">November 3, 2014</a></blockquote>

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1 game suspension? Okay B1G. Michigan's rapist kicker got nothing, but don't shake hands when you're the new team in the conference? Blasphemy!

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To be fair it was really for Diggs shoving the ref in the face.

Really? That seems odd to me. Is there a film of that? It is hard for me to believe that a player that shoved an official in the face would not be disqualified from that game. Are you saying that he shoved an official and was not ejected?

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Really? That seems odd to me. Is there a film of that? It is hard for me to believe that a player that shoved an official in the face would not be disqualified from that game. Are you saying that he shoved an official and was not ejected?

There was the pre-game scrum and an official was trying to separate the players-

Diggs shoved the official inadvertently or so it appeared as other players were between Diggs and the official.

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Really? That seems odd to me. Is there a film of that? It is hard for me to believe that a player that shoved an official in the face would not be disqualified from that game. Are you saying that he shoved an official and was not ejected?

It wasn't that bad, but he still put his hands in a ref's face.

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It wasn't that bad, but he still put his hands in a ref's face.

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Wow. Ref looking right at him, too. I'm surprised that he wasn't disqualified.

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Wow. Ref looking right at him, too. I'm surprised that he wasn't disqualified.

Wow- I had only seen it in real or replay time and thought there was more of a 2 team scrum----thought it was less of a deal then this video.

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