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Pair of DeMatha four-star recruits commit to Maryland, kicking off Terps' 'great day'

Given the offense-versus-defense format of Saturday’s Red-White spring game at Maryland Stadium, at least half of the Maryland football team could claim some sort of victory.

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Back from suspension, Terps receiver DJ Turner turns heads in spring finale

As a freshman last season, Maryland slot receiver DJ Turner struggled to get onto the field and get noticed, playing behind seniors Levern Jacobs and Teldrick Morgan while being overshadowed by a number of other freshmen, including running back and former DeMatha teammate Lorenzo Harrison III.

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Former Terp Juan Dixon to be next men's basketball coach at Coppin State

Juan Dixon, 38, will be the next men’s basketball coach at Coppin State.

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Recruiting drives recent coaching moves made by Maryland's Turgeon and Durkin

Maryland’s two revenue-producing sports typically operate in parallel universes, with a different feel to the way Mark Turgeon and DJ Durkin operate.

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Terps' Ty Johnson is as comfortable in the kitchen as he is on the football field

As Ty Johnson plucked the food off the stove and filled each plate with a piece of chicken parmigiana and a mound of spaghetti, the smell of garlic filled the apartment of the rising junior Maryland running back.

Dinner was served.

The tradition of Johnson feeding his fellow running backs — and one of his roommates, graduate placekicker Adam Greene — during spring practice continued Wednesday.

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Maryland football releases videos on Twitter to advance spring game

The team released a series of short "Getting ready for the spring game" videos featuring offensive coordinator Walt Bell, center Brendan Moore and running back Ty Johnson, as well as a longer mic-ed up segment for second year coach DJ Durkin.

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