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  • Turning Terps' season around starts with Boston College

    Turning Terps' season around starts with Boston College
    It was late in the fourth quarter and the sun was beginning to set as Maryland took the ball in half-empty Doak Campbell Stadium trailing Florida State by 31 points. "I kind of told the guys, 'This is a pride drive,'" said quarterback Danny O'Brien,...
  • Coach: Terps recruit Jacquille Veii has 'all the tools'

    Coach: Terps recruit Jacquille Veii has 'all the tools'
    A phone call from Tom Brattan wasn’t entirely unexpected. After all, Tad Shields expected his star defensive back, Jacquille Veii, to impress the Maryland assistant during the Terps’ summer football camp last week. But what Brattan told...
  • Weekend Wrap: Terps lose out on point guard target Devon Hall

    Weekend Wrap: Terps lose out on point guard target Devon Hall
    Devon Hall was one of Maryland's prime point guard targets in the 2014 class -- before the weekend. On Sunday, the 6-foot-4 prospect from Cape Henry Collegiate School in Virginia Beach announced his intention to reclassify to 2013 and commit to Virginia....
  • Archbishop Spalding lineman Mike Williams no longer committed to Maryland

    Archbishop Spalding lineman Mike Williams no longer committed to Maryland
    Mike Williams  had long considered Maryland  a dream school, but now he's "very disappointed" about how  his recruitment with the Terps ultimately played out. Williams, who committed to Maryland on June 17, said Monday that the Terps pulled their...
  • Terps commitment Andrew Isaacs is 'the total package' at tight end

    Terps commitment Andrew Isaacs is 'the total package' at tight end
    There wasn’t a doubt in  Marco Pizzoferrato’s  mind that Andrew Isaacs  had the potential to play college football. The Manchester (Conn.) High football coach first spotted the recent Marylandcommitment at a middle school meet-and-greet five...
  • Va. OL Tanner Hartman discusses his Terps commitment

    Va. OL Tanner Hartman discusses his Terps commitment
    Whenever Tanner Hartman had a question about college football or the recruiting process, the 6-foot-4, 250-pound offensive lineman looked no further than his father. In the early-to-mid 1980s, Tom Hartman was a standout lineman at Virginia Tech. Tanner...
  • Local football players get a far from basic training with Marines

    Local football players get a far from basic training with Marines
    Before stepping onto the football field at Mount St. Joseph High School on Saturday, the Diamond Flight Camp coaching staff made a decision. It would cut the event's workout sessions short and head indoors for a respite from the heavy rains expected later...
  • The Last Word with Tim Downs

    The Last Word with Tim Downs
    When he was in fifth grade, Tim Downs arrived at an important life decision: he would play football at Maryland. Growing up in Latrobe, Pa., Downs idolized Kyle Schmitt, an offensive lineman at Derry Area High School who had accepted a football...
  • InsideMDSports: Terps in early on point guard Kaleb Joseph

    InsideMDSports: Terps in early on point guard Kaleb Joseph
    Editor's note: Each week, InsideMdSports.com provides this blog with a Maryland recruiting feature that previously appeared as premium content on its site. Conservative by nature when it comes to scholarships, Mark Turgeon wasted no time in offering...
  • Young Eagles in nearby road opener

    The Sports Xchange NCAAF Team Report - Boston College - INSIDE SLANT On paper, Boston College has little to gain and everything to lose when the Eagles travel to nearby Foxboro to meet Massachusetts in Saturday's season-opener for both teams. On the...
  • Care aides get little to no training for life-and-death tasks

    Teri Sernett stood frozen in fear in the living room of the east St. Paul, Minn., home. Her patient, an elderly quadriplegic man she had just met, gasped for air, his throat blocked and his eyes rolled back. Nothing in Sernett's one hour of training as a...
  • Recipe for college football championships begins with right people

    They've won championships and playoff games and major bowls. They've started from scratch and elevated existing programs to new heights. They've done it with offense, with defense and with special teams. Successful college football programs abound in...