Maryland Terrapins (football)
GREENSBORO, NC - MARCH 16: Owner Jerry Richardson of the NFL's Carolina Panthers watches the North Carolina Tar Heels take on the Maryland Terrapins during the men's ACC Tournament semifinals at Greensboro Coliseum on March 16, 2013 in Greensboro, North Carolina.
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Maryland Minute - 5.8.13 - Bowl Game Predictions and the Dalai Lama Commits to Maryland
In today's Maryland Minute, we look at several articles previewing Maryland's 2013 football season, give some love to the Men's and Women's lacrosse teams, and take joy in the Dalai Lama himself wearing a Maryland visor. Maryland Terrapins spring wrap - from Testudo Times Read more »
Will the Terps play in a bowl game in 2013 -- and if so, which one?
Though bowl games and Maryland Terrapins have been mutually exclusive terms in the first two years under Randy Edsall, many believe that will change in 2013. Given the fact that the Terps seemed to be headed toward becoming bowl-eligible last season unti from Baltimore Sun Blogs Read more »
Big Ten Football: Why the Big Ten Should Split North-South Instead of East-West
The Big Ten is expanding to 14 teams in 2014 by adding the Maryland Terrapins and Rutgers Scarlet Knights to the conference lineup. That expansion will bring a crucial opportunity for the conference to realign and affect its future. Whether or not the Bi from Bleacher Report Read more »
NFL Mock Draft 2013: Miami Dolphins Select…
Nov 17, 2012; College Park, MD, USA; Florida State Seminoles defensive back Xavier Rhodes (27) prior to the game against the Maryland Terrapins at Byrd Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Mitch Stringer-USA TODAY Sports With the twelfth pick in the 2013 NFL Draft from Fansided Read more »
In Terps Spring Game, Ross, Reid spark improved running attack
Looking much like they did last fall, the Maryland Terrapins played a Spring Game rife with penalties, mistakes, and spotty play by inexperienced quarterbacks. But there also were the expected flashes of brilliance by wide receiver Stefon Diggs and the l from Washington Examiner Read more »