Long before transforming from a linebacker to a defensive tackle at Maryland, long before gaining more than 60 pounds and the reputation of being the strongest player on the team, Cavon Walker might have led the Terps in one category — calories consumed.
One of the glaring omissions from the Maryland depth chart new coach DJ Durkin released Monday was that former starting quarterback Caleb Rowe’s name was nowhere to be found. Rowe, who had missed a little more than a week at the start of preseason camp with an undisclosed injury, is now “probable”...
The first two-deep football roster released Monday by DJ Durkin did not reveal many big surprises, but it showed that the new Maryland coach plans on using Will Likely and a couple other players on both sides of the ball when the Terps open the season Saturday at home against Howard.
With the commitment of Minor, the Terps rank No. 17 overall in the country and third in the Big Ten Conference.
As for building the Terps into a competitive Big Ten team, DJ Durkin is clearly looking into the future. That was apparent when Durkin took quarterback Caleb Henderson, a redshirt sophomore at North Carolina, as a transfer earlier this week.
Ulmer tweeted Thursday morning that he officially committed to the school.
The Maryland men’s basketball team knew it had a favorable rotation of Big Ten games compared to its first two years in the conference. On Thursday, the Terps found out it begins even better than expected.
Ravens special teams coordinator and associate head coach Jerry Rosburg said recently that finding a punt return was one of the team's "big missions" during training camp.