A year ago, Maryland’s Big Ten Conference men’s basketball schedule seemed indicative of a team not expected to make much noise its first season in the league. Picked to finish 10th, the Terps had far more telecasts on the Big Ten Network than they did on national outlets ESPN and CBS.
That will be the most noticeable difference in Maryland’s 2015-16 Big Ten schedule, which the league released Thursday.Read more
Rivals released its updated rankings for its top 100 and top 250 players for the Class of 2016 earlier this week, and a few high-profile Maryland commits, along with players with offers from the Terps, are featured.
Maryland has two commits in the top 100. Good Counsel linebacker Keandre Jones checks in at No.Read more
In February, John Fleder, a Maryland season-ticket holder of 42 years, sent back his renewal application with $690 to cover the cost of his seats for the upcoming season. In March, he saw the university had cashed his payment, and he figured he was set for yet another fall of watching the Terps from the stands at Byrd Stadium.Read more
Five players who have shown interest in the Maryland men’s basketball team are ranked in the Class of 2016’s top 100 in the new ESPN ratings.
Anthony Cowan, a 6-foot point guard from Bowie who is the only player to orally commit so far, moved into the top 100 for the first time, at No. 87.
Two players who are taking official visits on the same weekend in early September made significant jumps.Read more
With its Sept. 5 season opener against Richmond creeping closer, Maryland held its final practice open to the media Tuesday afternoon. After Saturday's open scrimmage, coach Randy Edsall said he and his staff have a better idea of how things are shaking out in some of the notable position battles and what to expect from his squad this season.Read more