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  • Focusing on baseball, Gilman's Matt Tilley ready for the next step

    Focusing on baseball, Gilman's Matt Tilley ready for the next step
    Matt Tilley hasn't had much free time outside of practice this year. In fact, Gilman baseball coach Larry Sheets said the senior has taken just two days off since August -- both between the football and basketball seasons and none between the basketball...
  • Terps finally break through in 7-6 win over William & Mary

    Terps finally break through in 7-6 win over William & Mary
    Maryland opened its season Saturday with hope inspired by a new quarterback, new offensive and defensive coordinators, new kicker, new FieldTurf and new uniforms that – unlike last year – displayed the players' names on their backs. But, for the...
  • Terps notebook: Rough day for McDougle in secondary

    Terps notebook: Rough day for McDougle in secondary
    Seven Maryland players made their first career start Saturday, but it was an experienced player — redshirt junior cornerback Dexter McDougle — who had one of the more difficult outings. McDougle was flagged twice for pass interference in...
  • Terps still searching for workhorse running back

    Terps still searching for workhorse running back
    The YouTube video just keeps going and going. Running back Jordan Todman is taking handoff after handoff, pitch after pitch, often carrying the ball deep into the opposition's secondary. It was 2010 and Todman and his Connecticut team — led by...
  • Terps notebook: Brad Craddock gets physical against Temple

    Terps notebook: Brad Craddock gets physical against Temple
    — It's pretty clear — Maryland has one tough kicker this season. Freshman Brad Craddock, who played Australian rules football, got rammed head-on by the ball carrier during the opening kickoff in Saturday's game and was credited with the...
  • Three with NFL ties making impact at local colleges

    Three with NFL ties making impact at local colleges
    Towson coach Rob Ambrose was having a conversation with his agent this spring and asked if he knew anyone interested in joining his staff to work with the defensive line. Ambrose's agent, Dennis Cordell, mentioned a very familiar name — former...
  • John Carroll, C. Milton Wright lead cross country pack

    Cross country teams from John Carroll and C. Milton Wright emerged from the pack in the third weekend of the racing season. The Patriots won the girls' team title and finished second in the boys' race in the Knights Invitational last Friday in Severn....
  • More free tickets for Virgin Mobile FreeFest; yes, there's still a chance to see Ludacris, T.I., M.I.A. gratis

    More free tickets for Virgin Mobile FreeFest; yes, there's still a chance to see Ludacris, T.I., M.I.A. gratis
    From the Midnight Sun blog: Those free tickets for Virgin Mobile FreeFest given away in July disappeared faster than the Jets' offense. But nutty billionaire Richard Branson is still feeling magnanimous. Turns out the folks at FreeFest held on to...
  • Royal duty: Anne Arundel estate was a king's obligation

    Royal duty: Anne Arundel estate was a king's obligation
    Obligation is the appropriately named Anne Arundel County estate owned by retired attorney John F. Wilson Jr. The vast chunk of property on which his 17th-century home stands was a land grant issued in 1671 by Charles Calvert to Thomas Stockett, who had...
  • Bachmann insulted by Wallace's 'flake' question

    Bachmann insulted by Wallace's 'flake' question
    GOP presidential candidate and U.S. Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-Minn.) said she was insulted Sunday morning when Fox News’ Chris Wallace asked her whether she is a “flake?”  “You have a history of questionable statements, some...
  • Project caps year for Mt. St. Joseph seniors

    Instead of poring over textbooks preparing for finals, senior Dan Salmon spent his last two weeks at Mount Saint Joseph High School sorting and cataloging clothing. The Catonsville resident teamed with three classmates for a Senior Project, for which...
  • Illini burst ahead in second half, beat Terps 71-62 in Big Ten/ACC Challenge`

    Illini burst ahead in second half, beat Terps 71-62 in Big Ten/ACC Challenge`
    If the young season is about setting precedents, here are two that first-year Maryland coach Mark Turgeon eagerly wanted his young team to establish: home-court dominance and tenacious defense. The Terps used sticky defense to race to a first-half lead,...