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No. 9 Maryland Tops George Washington 75-65

WASHINGTON (AP) — No. 9 Maryland was a sloppy team in the first half. Thirteen turnovers. Just 2 of 6 from the free-throw line. A meager 1 for 9 from the 3-point range. 471 more words


Maryland Rallies For 23-16 Win Over Michigan

ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) — Wes Brown’s 1-yard touchdown run with 5:59 remaining lifted Maryland to a 23-16 victory over Michigan, leaving the Wolverines’ postseason hopes in dire shape with one game remaining in the regular season. 99 more words


Presto's Picks-- Sometimes* the NCAA gets it right...

I hate to be the old guy on the porch yelling at kids to get off of his lawn.  I try to embrace change…from the 12-game regular season in college football (that was really tough because 11 is divisible by–never mind) to NFL’s playoff expansion that robbed the 3rd best division winner of a first round bye in 1990 (some habits die hard).  971 more words

$155M Plan for Maryland Football Facility OK'ed

COLLEGE PARK, Md. — A University of Maryland Board of Regents committee has unanimously approved a $155 million plan to transform Cole Field House into an indoor football practice facility more in line with other schools in the Big Ten. 232 more words


Keith Cavanaugh On The Terps Basketball And Football Programs

Keith Cavanaugh covers the Maryland athletic programs for the Terrapin Times.

Keith joined Ed and Steve to talk some Terps basketball and football.

Keith started by talking about Terps basketball saying “the Maryland brand and basketball is still trying to regain its luster” Keith added that he thinks the team will miss the tournament again. 58 more words


Wolverines Can Wrap Up Bowl Eligibility Vs Terps

ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) — Michigan’s football program has always had high standards, which is why a bowl appearance may not be enough to save coach Brady Hoke’s job. 588 more words


Maryland Beats Fordham 66-50

COLLEGE PARK, Md. (AP) — On a night when Maryland struggled to make shots, Terrapins coach Mark Turgeon leaned on his defense to take over the game. 564 more words