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Tracking the Terps

Tracking the Terps News and notes on Maryland football, basketball and other sports
Reports: Maryland interviewing multiple football coach candidates Monday

Former Maryland quarterback Frank Reich, who as a college and pro passer engineered two of the greatest comebacks in football history, could be put in charge of orchestrating another: the return to prominence of the downtrodden program at his alma mater.

Reich, now offensive coordinator of the San Diego Chargers, was interviewed to be the Terps' new football coach this weekend in Jacksonville.

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Jared Nickens has career night in Terps' win over Cleveland State

After rough shooting start, sophomore wing heating up from long range

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Maryland players break down Rutgers' fourth-down stop

It’s a time-worn football cliché, but Maryland’s 46-41 victory over Rutgers on Saturday quite literally came down to a few inches — or perhaps even less.

On fourth-and-1 at the Maryland 38, Rutgers running back Robert Martin plunged into a hole on the right side of his offensive line and was met by middle linebacker Jermaine Carter Jr., who was followed by safety A.J.

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Maryland game-day digest: Rutgers

Well, here we are. We've reached the end of the road: Maryland at Rutgers. The Terps are looking to snap an eight-game losing streak after last week's loss to Indiana. The Scarlet Knights are still alive for bowl eligibility with a win.

Game 12: Rutgers (4-7, 1-6 Big Ten Conference)

Location: High Point Solutions Stadium, Piscataway, N.J.

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Maryland starting to emerge from early 3-point shooting struggles

Maryland went into the Cancun Challenge earlier this week looking to improve its 3-point shooting in order to prevent teams from sitting back in a zone.

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Terps' backcourt tandem of Trimble, Sulaimon is starting to jell

The Maryland basketball team, then ranked third in the country, looked out of sync for long stretches against Rider and Georgetown at home this month, especially the newly formed starting backcourt of sophomore Melo Trimble and senior transfer Rasheed Sulaimon.

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