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  • Superlatives for Maryland's 2012 football class

    Superlatives for Maryland's 2012 football class
    One man's opinion on the potential of Maryland's 2012 football commitments. Post your takes below. Most wanted: Given to the most heavily recruited Maryland commitments. OFFENSE Wes Brown – Good Counsel, running back, 6-0, 205 pounds, 4.59 40...
  • Kelly DallaTezza, Fulbright fellow

    Kelly DallaTezza, Fulbright fellow
    Kelly Dalla Tezza, a Fulbright scholar who planned a career in the U.S. Foreign Service, died Friday in an automobile accident in Morocco. She was 22 and lived in Parkville. Family members said she had a flat tire while driving on a road near Rabat and...
  • Adrian Coxson talks about leaving Maryland, transferring to Stony Brook

    Adrian Coxson talks about leaving Maryland, transferring to Stony Brook
    The only previous experience Adrian Coxson had with a Football Championship Subdivision team was when Maryland came away with a 28-3 win over Towson last fall. Before that, the Terps wide receiver had never given any FCS school much thought, and he...
  • Maryland gets glimpse of 2012 football schedule

    Maryland gets glimpse of 2012 football schedule
    COLLEGE PARK -  The Maryland football team is tentatively scheduled to open the 2012 season at home on Sept. 1 against William & Mary, followed by games at Temple, at home against Connecticut and at West Virginia on Sept. 22. The matchups have not yet...
  • Coach on Terps linebacker pledge Abner Logan: 'Everything he does is explosive'

    Coach on Terps linebacker pledge Abner Logan: 'Everything he does is explosive'
    The Boston private high school football scene isn’t known for producing tons of Division I talent. In 2011, the entire state of Massachusetts pumped out just 13 DI players – a surprisingly low figure that helps explain how Abner Logan...
  • Good Counsel four-star running back Wes Brown commits to Maryland

    Good Counsel four-star running back Wes Brown commits to Maryland
    The chance for Maryland to land Wes Brown had seemingly passed long ago. The Terps' 2-10 season removed them from contention for the Good Counsel running back's services, and in November it was reported that he was down to Colorado, Michigan, South...
  • Jay Paterno sues Penn State for 'rush to judgment'

    Jay Paterno sues Penn State for 'rush to judgment'
    Two former Penn State assistant football coaches, including a son of the late Joe Paterno, are suing the university, alleging that it fired them prematurely after the Jerry Sandusky child sex-abuse scandal surfaced. Jay Paterno and Bill Kenney filed a...
  • Connecticut Produces More Than Its Share Of MLB Players

     Connecticut Produces More Than Its Share Of MLB Players
    While Connecticut ranks as the 48th-largest state in the country by size, it's proving to be one of the better states at producing professional baseball talent. Of the nearly 1,200 players to play in the major leagues so far this season, 14 were born in...
  • Teel Time: U.Va.'s goal of 70 ACC and 12 national titles in a decade beyond ambitious

    Teel Time: U.Va.'s goal of 70 ACC and 12 national titles in a decade beyond ambitious
    Virginia athletic director Craig Littlepage last month restated the Cavaliers’ 10-year goal of winning 70 ACC and 12 national championships. At first blush, the numbers are clearly ambitious. The conference record book reveals just how ambitious....
  • In Theory: Should religious schools get accreditation?

    An essay by an English professor at the University of Pennsylvania, published July 7 by the Chronicle of Higher Education, posits that religious colleges should not be given accreditation because their programs do not allow for "unfettered skepticism...
  • Hockey East Means More Excitement For UConn Followers

    When UConn hockey coach Mike Cavanaugh was planning the team's annual golf outing in June, he thought it might be nice to get creative with gifts. Just about every year, supporters of the program had received a windbreaker or jacket of some sort. "So I...
  • Keeping The Faith: Jolts En Route To Religious Acceptance

    Keeping The Faith: Jolts En Route To Religious Acceptance
    Stephen L. Saltzman was at New York University, almost done with his studies in a tax law program, when a well-meaning Irish Catholic instructor invited him to interview at a large Boston law firm where he worked. But when Saltzman got to Massachusetts,...