Live chat: UMd.’s ‘Big’ move, Redskins win

Megan Cloherty,

WASHINGTON – Washington sports fans are buzzing after the University System of Maryland Board of Regents made the controversial decision to move the school’s athletics from the Atlantic Coast Conference to the Big 10.

Waking up to that news on Monday morning only makes the shakeup in college football that much more prominent in fans’ minds. Plus, the Redskins won.

There’s a lot to cover this week. Some questions fans have so far: What is the motivation behind UMd.’s move; what’s next for the Terps; and what the team leaves behind as it departs from the ACC?

The Redskins have also surprised franchise fans with a win against the Philadelphia Eagles 31-6. As starting quarterback Michael Vick sat out the game due to a concussion, RGIII and the Skins were able to maximize on the change at the top and become play-makers again. Griffin III threw for four touchdown passes, coupled with the right moves in key situations that helped the team clinch the game.

But the holes are still there. The secondary is still struggling. Throw your best questions regarding the Redskins, the Terps or any other sports shakeup on your mind at 1 p.m. as part of our weekly live conversation.

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