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  • Notebook: Tevon Saddler has visits on tap; Dwayne Morgan picking up offers

    Notebook: Tevon Saddler has visits on tap; Dwayne Morgan picking up offers
    With school out for the summer, Tevon Saddler has a simple agenda for the next few months: play basketball, train for basketball, and take college visits to check out basketball programs. Saddler, a 6-foot-4, 200-pound guard, will travel to West Virginia...
  • Bits & Pieces: Howard County products experience March Madness

    After the first weekend of the NCAA men's basketball tournament, the field has been trimmed down to 16 teams and all four of our boys with Howard County ties have been eliminated. Eric Atkins (Notre Dame) and Anthony Lee (Temple) were each sent home after...
  • Tyser Tower suites a key contributor to Maryland's financial troubles

    In September 2009, Maryland held a ribbon-cutting ceremony for its new Tyser Tower, a $50.8 million football stadium modernization project that included 63 luxury suites with bars and flat-screen TVs. It was telling that a university official told the...
  • Maryland commission recommends six sports be eliminated

    Maryland commission recommends six sports be eliminated
    A University of Maryland commission concluded that the school cannot adequately support 27 teams and recommended eliminating eight of them to create "a leaner, stronger athletic program." The teams, which compete in six different sports, are: men's...
  • Former All-American saddened by possible cuts, but understands the need

    Former All-American saddened by possible cuts, but understands the need
    When he learned Monday that Maryland could be dropping intercollegiate swimming, Phil Denkevitz felt like a fish out of water. One of three All-American swimmers in Terps' 55-year history, he's the first one ever to have been inducted into the school's...
  • Ex-Terps QB Danny O'Brien will transfer to Wisconsin

    Ex-Terps QB Danny O'Brien will transfer to Wisconsin
    It worked for another post-graduate quarterback. Why not Danny O’Brien? The former Maryland star decided Tuesday to transfer to Wisconsin, which won last year’s inaugural Big Ten championship game thanks in part to the play of North...
  • O'Brien will need 12 weeks to heal, but will he return?

    O'Brien will need 12 weeks to heal, but will he return?
    The quarterback debate that went on for much of Maryland's dismal 2011 season ended last Saturday night, when Danny O'Brien was thrown to the turf at FedEx Field in a 45-21 loss to Notre Dame and broke a bone in his left arm. But that doesn't mean the...
  • Ruth Palmer Garland to Wed Patrick Neary

    David and Judy Garland, of Martinsville, Va., announce the engagement of their daughter, Ruth Palmer Garland, of Martinsville, to Timothy Brian Neary of Baldwin. He is the son of Patrick and Patricia Neary, of Baldwin. The bride to be is a 2004...
  • Terps trying to avoid repeat of 2009

    Terps trying to avoid repeat of 2009
    The more losses pile up for this year's Maryland football team, the closer the Terps get to reliving their not-so-distant past. It was only two years ago that Maryland finished 2-10 and rumors swirled around then-longtime coach Ralph Friedgen about his...
  • Maryland president Loh approves recommendation to cut eight sports teams

    Maryland president Loh approves recommendation to cut eight sports teams
    Maryland president Wallace D. Loh announced Monday his "heart-wrenching" decision to eliminate eight of the university's 27 sports teams due to severe budget issues, but he preserved for the teams the longshot possibility of being retained through...
  • Edsall says he's not discouraged over 'very, very difficult' first season

    Edsall says he's not discouraged over 'very, very difficult' first season
    Maryland football coach Randy Edsall said Tuesday that he has begun to establish a "groundwork" for the program and that he is not discouraged by a 2-9 season in which he has found himself criticized — unfairly, he believes — for his team...
  • Mackall given release by Maryland football team

    Mackall given release by Maryland football team
    Sophomore defensive end David Mackall, who had been suspended indefinitely Nov. 2 by Maryland head coach Randy Edsall, said Sunday that he has been granted a release from the school. Mackall, who started the first seven games this season after being a...