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Tracking the Terps

Tracking the Terps News and notes on Maryland football, basketball and other sports
Former Maryland swingman Dez Wells signs with Greek team

Wells will play for Doxa Lefkadas, a team based on an island off Greece’s West Coast.

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Australian punter Wade Lees making transition to America at Maryland

At 28, he is the oldest freshman playing in the Football Bowl Subdivision this season.

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Maryland Madness to follow volleyball game on Oct. 14

Doors open at 5 p.m.

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Terps' confidence in each other led to double-overtime win, Durkin says

Maryland coach DJ Durkin said Monday that the confidence his players had in each other contributed to the team’s resilience in Saturday’s 30-24 double-overtime road win at Central Florida.

“I told them in the locker room afterward, teams that don’t have belief in one another and what’s going on find a way to lose those games,” Durkin said on a teleconference with reporters.

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Big Ten football power rankings: Week 3; Terps continue to rise

Every Monday of the Big Ten Conference football season, The Baltimore Sun will present its weekly power rankings.Click the pictures above for the Week 3 rankings.

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After 3-0 start, Maryland football receives votes in top-25 polls

The Terps received three votes in the AP poll and four in the coaches poll, meaning they're tied for 41st and alone in 36th nationally, respectively.

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