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Tracking the Terps

Tracking the Terps News and notes on Maryland football, basketball and other sports
Maryland women picked to finish first in Big Ten; two Terps named all-conference

Terps senior center Brionna Jones (Aberdeen) and senior guard Shatori Walker-Kimbrough were named unanimous preseason All-Big Ten selections by both the coaches and media.

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Maryland running back Lorenzo Harrison named Big Ten freshman of the week

Maryland running back Lorenzo Harrison has been named the Big Ten’s freshman of the week.

Harrison gained 105 yards on 17 carries – both season-highs – and a touchdown in Saturday's 28-17 home win over Michigan State.

“Obviously excited coming off the win, very excited for Lorenzo, it’s well-deserving. He’s been playing really well for us,” Maryland coach DJ Durkin said on a Monday teleconference.

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Three-star Georgia athlete recruit Jalen Browder commits to Maryland

Three-star athlete Jalen Browder committed to the Maryland football team Sunday, he announced on Twitter.

Browder, who had 746 receiving yards and seven touchdowns last season for East Paulding (Ga.), is ranked the No. 52 athlete in the nation by

The 6-foot-3, 185-pound Browder also had offers from Louisville, Mississippi and Missouri, among others.

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Saturday's win was big, but Terps won't let it define them

As DJ Durkin was about to finish his postgame news conference after Saturday night's 28-17 victory over Michigan State at Maryland Stadium, a reporter asked the first-year coach whether the comeback win had revived his team's season heading into its most difficult part of the schedule.

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Young Terps helping to replace injured star Will Likely

If there was a theme to Maryland's 28-17 victory over Michigan State on Saturday night, it was how the Terps played behind one of its seniors on offense and played for another of its seniors on defense.

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Maryland football rallies in fourth quarter to beat Michigan State, 28-17

Maryland football coach DJ Durkin had flipped the script on the Terps’ two-game losing streak heading into their first home night game this season Saturday against Michigan State. Durkin called it a “great opportunity” for his team to turn around its season.

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