1. Maryland Vs Rutgers: Least from the East

    While most fans in the area, if not the country, will be watching a marquee ACC matchup in Virginia Tech vs...

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  2. Maryland Football, Week 2: Fear the CAA

    Last week couldn't have been a worse opening week for the ACC. While Virginia Tech more than held their own before falling to Alabama, there was not one marquee win for the conference...

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  3. Maryland @ No. 12 California: From East to West

    While the California Golden Bears defeated Washington State by a whopping 63-point margin in the second week of college football last season, the Maryland Terrapins suffered defeat from the unlikeliest of foes in an ugly loss to Middle Tennessee State..

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  4. Maryland Football 2009 Preview: Younger and Leaner

    Today marks the start of fall camp for the Maryland Terrapins, and if it weren't for the sweltering heat in the DC area, practice would've already started by now (it's been pushed back to 7 p...

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  5. Georgetown's Epic Collapse

    While we're on the cusp of Selection Sunday, one DC area team will be notably absent from the field of 65. It's amazing, given the disparity of the teams in the Washington region, ...

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  6. Boise Blues: Terps Take on Nevada in Humanitarian Bowl

    It's hard to imagine that Maryland was two wins away from potentially playing in the Orange Bowl in sunny Miami...

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  7. Georgetown-Maryland: A Local Rivalry Renewed

    While it is Rivalry Week in the world of college football, several early-season tournaments are already underway in college hoops...

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  8. Why Can’t Maryland Win the Games That Matter Most?

    It was frigid evening in College Park. Maryland’s senior players were introduced one-by-one before kickoff to one of the most important games of the Terrapins’ season...

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  9. Terrapins-Seminoles: Saturday Night Lights

    The Maryland Terrapins (7-3, 4-2 ACC) face the Florida State Seminoles (7-3, 4-3 ACC) tomorrow evening at Byrd Stadium in what will finally clear up the ACC title picture in the penultimate week of conference action...

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  10. Young Terps Face Challenging Schedule

    Head coach Gary Williams has his hands full with perhaps one of his youngest squads heading into the 2008-09 season, his 20th with his alma mater...

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  11. No.16 North Carolina Visits Maryland in ACC Showdown

    The Maryland Terrapins (6-3, 3-2 ACC) kick off a pivotal two-game home stretch on Saturday afternoon when they take on No. 16 North Carolina (7-2, 3-2 ACC) in a game with huge conference title implications for both teams...

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  12. Maryland Seeks Revenge Against Hokies in Thursday Night Showdown

    The last time the Maryland Terrapins visited Lane Stadium back on a chilly Thursday night in 2004, they were the recipients of a 55-6 drubbing and were embarrassed in front a national television audience...

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  13. Turner Needs to Keep the Switch On In Order for Terps Success

    The Maryland Terrapins have been the epitome of inconsistency this college football season. Fall to lowly Middle Tennessee State, but bounce back against Cal? Sure, why not? Get blanked by Virginia one week, but shutout Wake the next? Um, OK...

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  14. Which Maryland Team Will Show Up?

    Just two weeks ago, the Maryland Terrapins visited Charlottesville to play a struggling UVA team that had just gotten blown out by Duke...

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  15. Maryland Terps Are Consistently Inconsistent

    If you looked up the definition of bipolar in the dictionary, Maryland Football would probably be needs its own addendum...

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  16. Maryland Has Potential to Surprise in Wide-Open ACC

    After a shocking, deflating loss to Middle Tennessee State in what was arguably one of the worst defeats in Ralph Friedgen's tenure, the Maryland Terrapins regrouped and stunned the nation by soundly defeating No...

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  17. Reeling Terps to Face Surging Golden Bears This Saturday

    The Maryland Terrapins (1-1, 0-0 ACC) opted out of their annual rivalry against West Virginia for this year and next so that they could play a home and home series versus #23 California of the Pac-10 conference...

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  18. Maryland Football: Meet the New Offense, Same As the Old Offense

    I spent the last week on a cruise, and while I should've been enjoying a week-long vacation, deep down inside I was eagerly anticipating the kickoff of college football...

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  19. Jordan Steffy Named Terps' Starting Quarterback for 2008 Season

    Maryland head coach Ralph Friedgen has named fifth-year senior Jordan Steffy this season’s starting quarterback, according to Washington Times reporter Patrick Stevens...

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  20. Maryland Football's Hot Recruiting Streak Continues

    Within one week of Caleb Porzel’s pledge to play for Maryland, the Terps have landed three more recruits for next year’s class. Running back D.J. Adams of Norcross, Georgia was the highest touted player amongst the three...

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  21. Maryland Football: Terps Reeling in Homegrown Talent

    With the recent addition of Good Counsel’s stud running back Caleb Porzel, the Maryland Terrapins have been firing on all cylinders with their local recruiting...

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  22. Maryland Basketball: Sean Mosley Expected to Qualify

    Sean Mosley, the gem of Maryland's 2008 recruiting class, is expected to academically qualify and join the Terrapins roster in the fall, according to The Baltimore Sun...

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  23. Maryland Basketball: It’s Never Too Late to Recruit

    In case you’re wondering, today is the first of July. Most college basketball teams are already recruiting for their 2009, if not 2010, classes...

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