Back from a long hiatus, it's time to get to the final portion of the Stocked Fridge series.
The suspense was killing you, right? Like an end-of-a-TV-season cliffhanger?
Anyway, one of the great strengths of Ralph Friedgen's early teams at Maryland was the offensive line.
Maybe they weren't great in numbers, but the individual talent meshed together perfectly.
And there's a case to be made Todd Wike was the most effective of them all.
An all-conference player at left guard as a junior, he switched to center in 2002 --- and earned all-conference honors there, too.
His versatility was a crucial piece to Chris Downs' splendid 2002 season, as his presence at center also helped Maryland acclimate Scott McBrien at quarterback that year.
Overall, he started 45 games at Maryland and missed only three to injury over the course of his career.
Toss in the consistent play, and Wike is undoubtedly one of the top Maryland players of the last 10 years.