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Penn State Commit Takes A Shot At Maryland Football After Randy Edsall Said Beating PSU Would Help Recruiting

According to Maryland football coach Randy Edsall, Saturday's 20-19 win over Penn State in State College, Pa. was huge for the Terrapins, especially in recruiting. The Nittany Lions' staff has recruited Maryland heavily, and it has shown: two of the top five recruits in the state in the class of 2015 have committed to Penn State.

One of those recruits -- four-star defensive end Kamonte Carter -- heard Edsall's comments, and decided to respond. Carter took to Twitter to imply that Maryland beating a Penn State team that is still under scholarship restrictions by one point won't matter much in recruiting, and that he can't wait until the Nittany Lions are back at full strength.

Carter's estimate was a bit off, as Penn State had 44 scholarship players against the Terrapins. Still, it remains to be seen if Saturday's win helps Maryland in recruiting.