COLLEGE PARK: Students at the University of Maryland flawlessly executed a well-choreographed flash mob routine this past Saturday during the football game against Northwestern. As soon as the first quarter ended, nearly the entire student section rose to their feet and exited the stadium in perfect unison. Continuing as a solid, cohesive group for nearly a half-mile, the mob finally broke up near Regents Drive Parking Garage. Witnesses say that the act of leaving the stadium en masse was "incredible," "an awe-inspiring display of the collaborative spirit of Maryland students," and "completely predictable, it happens every week." When the dust and discarded tailgate wristbands had settled, only a few passed-out-drunk freshmen and a group of sports journalism majors remained in the student section.