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Tracking the Terps

Tracking the Terps News and notes on Maryland football, basketball and other sports
Maryland QBs Hills, Rowe to be game-time decisions at Rutgers

Maryland’s starting quarterback for Rutgers will be a game-time decision, interim coach Mike Locksley said Tuesday.

Juniors Perry Hills and Caleb Rowe were cleared to practice, Locksley said, and participated in Tuesday morning’s practice on a limited basis. Hills, who has made seven starts this season, missed Maryland’s 47-28 loss to Indiana with mononucleosis.

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Maryland coach Mark Turgeon challenges Diamond Stone, who responds

Whether Maryland men’s basketball coach Mark Turgeon was trying to send a message to Diamond Stone or simply believed that sophomore Michal Cekovsky deserved to start at center against Rider Friday, the effect on the 6-foot-11, 255-pound freshman was exactly what Turgeon wanted.

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Terps have health concerns ahead of finale

The deluge of injuries that seemed to plague Maryland football in the past few years — namely the string of quarterback injuries and torn knee ligaments in 2012 — has been staved off so far this season.

But entering its final game at Rutgers on Saturday, the toll of a difficult Big Ten Conference schedule is starting to show.

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Terps basketball team moves up to No. 2 in coaches' and media polls

Despite a pair of come-from-behind victories at home against unranked competition last week, the Maryland men's basketball went up a spot in both the AP media poll and the USA Today Sports coaches' poll released Monday.

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Seniors cap Maryland career with 'bittersweet' senior day, loss to Indiana

Offensive lineman Ryan Doyle spent the week leading up to the Maryland football team's senior-day matchup against Indiana reflecting on his five years in College Park. He talked about what he learned from former coach Randy Edsall, his plans for life after football, the direction of the program and trying to cap his career at home with a win.

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Quarterback Shane Cockerille (Gilman) sees most action of career in Maryland loss

After junior quarterback Caleb Rowe went down with a concussion in the second quarter of the Maryland football team's 47-28 loss to Indiana, sophomore Shane Cockerille got the first extended action of his college career.

Cockerille, who has played on special teams the past two seasons and moved to fullback over the summer, was 11 of 22 for 82 passing yards and rushed for 23 yards in the second half.

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