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  • Q&A with Loyola coach G.G. Smith

    Q&A with Loyola coach G.G. Smith
    The differences between G.G. Smith and Jimmy Patsos are too numerous to list. Those dissimilarities, Smith says, are what made their working relationship so strong. But now that Smith has taken over as Loyola’s men’s basketball coach, and...
  • Civil rights leader Lawrence Guyot dies at 73

    Civil rights leader Lawrence Guyot dies at 73
    Lawrence Guyot, a civil rights leader who survived jailhouse beatings in the Deep South in the 1960s and went on to encourage generations to get involved, has died. He was 73.  Guyot had a history of heart problems and suffered from diabetes, and died...
  • UM move to Big Ten a symbol of the evil of college athletics

    UM move to Big Ten a symbol of the evil of college athletics
    When it comes to college athletics, it's time to speak truth to evil. You might think evil is too strong a word for what's going on in college athletics, but consider how Webster's Dictionary defines evil: morally reprehensible; causing harm; offensive....
  • Sterling S. "Spence" Keyes, educator

    Sterling S. "Spence" Keyes, educator
    Sterling S. "Spence" Keyes, a veteran educator who had served as acting superintendent for Baltimore public schools in the early 1970s and later held positions with the New York State Department of Education, died Nov. 8 of prostate cancer at Gilchrist...
  • Maryland helped pave Johns Hopkins' road to Big Ten

    Maryland helped pave Johns Hopkins' road to Big Ten
    The Johns Hopkins men’s lacrosse team’s move to the Big Ten as the conference’s first affiliate member in any sport was assisted by the program’s biggest rival. Maryland, which has battled the Blue Jays 110 times, proposed to the...
  • Coachspeak: Mount Hebron football's Phil Zacharias

    Coachspeak: Mount Hebron football's Phil Zacharias
    Phil Zacharias has more than 25 years of college football and NFL coaching experience and, in his first season as a high school head coach, he has guided Mount Hebron to a 5-0 start and the No. 10 ranking in The Baltimore Sun’s Top 15 poll. Last...
  • Terps Trio: Maryland's defense, fallout from Harrison twins, other hoops targets

    Terps Trio: Maryland's defense, fallout from Harrison twins, other hoops targets
    Baltimore Sun reporters Jeff Barker and Don Markus and editor Matt Bracken weigh in on the three biggest topics of the past week in Maryland  sports. Maryland's defense is ranked eighth in the nation, giving up 261.2 yards per game. Is the defense really...
  • Maryland to play Wisconsin in football

    Maryland to play Wisconsin in football
    You can add Wisconsin to the list of nonconference opponents the Terps will face in future years. Maryland said today that it has agreed to a two-year, home-and-home football series with the Badgers -- but not until 2020. Maryland will play in Madison...
  • Weekly Maryland recruiting roundup

    Weekly Maryland recruiting roundup
    Maryland fans will learn in two days whether or not the Terps will have an addition to their backcourt. Antonio Barton, the Lake Clifton graduate and Memphis transfer, will announce his decision after church Sunday. The 6-foot-2 guard is down to...
  • InsideMDSports: Abdul-Malik Abu a top Terps target for 2014

    InsideMDSports: Abdul-Malik Abu a top Terps target for 2014
    Editor's note: Each week, InsideMdSports.com provides this blog with a Maryland recruiting feature that previously appeared as premium content on its site. Abdul-Malik Abu entered the spring as a lesser-known commodity. Six months later, after...
  • Johns Hopkins to seek conference affiliation

    Johns Hopkins to seek conference affiliation
    The Johns Hopkins men’s lacrosse program plans to surrender its status as an independent and join a conference, the university announced Friday. The Blue Jays have competed independently for 130 years, winning nine NCAA championships and...
  • Evelyn O. Kampmeyer, educator

    Evelyn O. Kampmeyer, educator
    Evelyn O. Kampmeyer, a retired educator who was active in Republican politics, died May 14 from complications of diabetes at Abington Hospice in Warminster, Pa. The former Severna Park resident was 81. The daughter of a comptroller and a homemaker,...