Tracking the Terps

Tracking the Terps News and notes on Maryland football, basketball and other sports
Everything different for Maryland's Justin Jackson with sophomore year about to begin

A year ago, Maryland forward Justin Jackson didn’t know what to expect.

A late-spring signee after first committing to UNLV, the quiet 6-foot-7 forward from outside Toronto was thought to be a nice addition to a recruiting class that already included local point guard Anthony Cowan and 6-6 wing Kevin Huerter, New York State’s Mr. Basketball.

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Instant analysis: Life on road continues to be tough for Maryland in 38-13 loss to Wisconsin

The good news: Maryland only has two more road games against ranked Big Ten teams. The bad news: since winning their last two Big Ten road games in 2014, the Terps have lost nine of 11 on the road in the conference and are 0-6 against ranked Big Ten teams away from College Park.

The reality: Maryland had a chance to make it a game, or at least a half, against No.

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Maryland football drops third straight, 38-13, to fifth-ranked Wisconsin

Jonathan Taylor ran for a touchdown and broke the 1,000-yard mark for the season, Alex Hornibrook passed for two scores and No. 5 Wisconsin stayed unbeaten with a 38-13 victory over Maryland on Saturday.

Taylor finished with 126 yards on 22 carries, a relatively ho-hum day following two straight 200-yard outings for the running back.

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Maryland-Rutgers football-wrestling doubleheader at Yankee Stadium moved to N.J.

The Maryland-Rutgers football-wrestling doubleheader scheduled to be played at Yankee Stadium on Nov. 4 has been moved to Piscataway, N.J., because there wouldn’t be enough time to reconfigure the field after a potential World Series appearance by the New York Yankees.

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Terps hoops fans to get first look at key newcomers at Maryland Madness

If Maryland Madness is typically more style over substance, the newcomers to this year’s Terps men’s basketball team might have to adjust their priorities.

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Halfway through season, Antoine Brooks Jr. has been a hit as Maryland's nickel back

As a young child growing up in Lanham, Antoine Brooks Jr. used to sit with his father and watch the Washington Redskins every Sunday. There was almost an immediate connection to Sean Taylor, the team’s hard-hitting safety.

When Brooks started playing organized football as a 5-year-old for the local Boys and Girls Club, he began to emulate his favorite player.

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