CLEMSON, S.C. --- The numbers said Maryland should have had a chance against Clemson.
The scoreboard said otherwise.
After a 31-7 loss to Clemson, Terrapins coach Ralph Friedgen was less than pleased with his team's performance.
"I think sometimes our guys think we’re on an amusement trip or something," Friedgen said. "We’re on a business trip to win football games."
And the Terps (4-2, 1-1 ACC) haven't done that much lately away from Byrd Stadium.
It was the 10th straight true road loss for Maryland, which has only victories in College Park and neutral-field defeats of Navy and Nevada since the beginning of October 2008.
More to come later, but needless to say Friedgen's understandable crankiness about turning a 350-213 yardage edge into a 24-point loss will be explored more in short order.