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Maryland's young running back duo has played a key role in the offense

If you ever got the chance to go to Prince George’s Sports and Learning Complex on a Friday night or Saturday afternoon over the past four years, you got to witness the talent former DeMatha Catholic running back Lorenzo Harrison holds. 680 more words


Perry Hills delivered a strong performance in his return from injury

Maryland quarterback Perry Hills was sideline for the past two weeks with a shoulder injury, which was why there was uncertainty on whether if he would be taking snaps in the conference game against Michigan State. 345 more words


Game Day

Emily is in her third year at Michigan State, Tim will be starting at the University of Maryland in the spring. Football game between the two schools tonight at 7:30 and the dogs are ready 😀 27 more words


Trimble Named To 2017 Bob Cousy Award Watch List

SPRINGFIELD, Mass. – Junior guard Melo Trimble has been named to the Bob Cousy Point Guard of the Year Award watch list, the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame announced Monday. 186 more words


Ralph Russo Of The Associated Press On The Top College Football Stories Of This Week

Ralph Russo is an Associated Press college football writer and has been since 2005.

Ralph joined Ed and Rob to talk about the AP top 25 poll, how to fix the Terps, and the Big 12 deciding not to expand. 114 more words


Maryland's Offensive Struggles Continue in Loss to Minnesota

Maryland’s newly discovered high powered offense had helped the Terps put up a program record 187 points through the first five games. But for the second straight week, the Terps found themselves unable to find any footing with their offense and fell to Minnesota at home Saturday, 31-10. 543 more words


Presto's Picks- Kid Brother Complex...


College football embraces its tradition…and that tradition’s underbelly is its pecking order.  Bullies rule the conference roost for decades while the downtrodden remain so for an eternity.   661 more words