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Maryland's Will Likely invited to NFL Scouting Combine

Maryland cornerback/return specialist Will Likely, who suffered a season-ending knee injury six games into his senior year, has been invited to the NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis, two sources with knowledge of the situation said Tuesday.

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Iowa basketball's best player hurting ahead of game vs. No. 25 Maryland

Senior guard Peter Jok either leads or ranks second on the Iowa men's basketball team in points (21.9), rebounds (6.2), assists (2.4) and steals (1.1) per game.

On Sunday, he wasn't completely healthy. In a probably-not-coincidental development, the Hawkeyes suffered their worst loss of the season.

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Maryland's Brionna Jones (Aberdeen) named espnW's National Player of the Week

Maryland senior center Brionna Jones (Aberdeen) was named the National Player of the Week by espnW on Monday after she turned in a career-best performance and helped lead the No. 3 Terps to two Big Ten Conference wins.

Jones averaged 33.5 points and 12 rebounds in victories over Penn State and at Iowa, shooting 72.7 percent from the field and 86.4 percent from the free-throw line.

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Maryland men's basketball team climbs into the Top 25

The Maryland men's basketball team has climbed into the Top 25 in both the Associated Press and the USA Today coaches polls released Monday.

The team, which is in first place in the Big Ten with a league record of 4-1 after wins last week against Indiana and at Illinois, rose to No. 25 in both polls.

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Alabama hires former Terps coach Mike Locksley as full-time offensive assistant coach

Alabama football has hired former Maryland coach Mike Locksley as a full-time offensive assistant, Crimson Tide coach Nick Saban announced Monday.

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Brantley's big performance has Terps coach Mark Turgeon saying, 'Jaylen's balling'

In the most impressive burst of his Maryland career, junior guard Jaylen Brantley went back to the future Saturday against Illinois at the State Farm Center.

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