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  • For Terps' A.J. Francis, big game catching up to big personality

    For Terps' A.J. Francis, big game catching up to big personality
    When he was growing up, A.J. Francis idolized The Rock, Charles Barkley and Reggie White, and he possesses elements of each — the girth, the candor, the ability to menace a quarterback. The chatty, playful fifth-year senior, who is expected to be...
  • 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...
  • Perry Hills looking forward to second start after Terps' one-point win

    Perry Hills looking forward to second start after Terps' one-point win
    Freshman quarterback Perry Hills sat in the Gossett Football Team House auditorium with an ice pack strapped to his sore right knee and answered waves of media questions about the three interceptions he had just thrown in his first college game. The...
  • Terps QB Perry Hills named ACC Rookie of the Week

    Terps QB Perry Hills named ACC Rookie of the Week
    After his three-touchdown performance in a 36-27 win against Temple, Maryland true freshman quarterback Perry Hills was tabbed the ACC Rookie of the Week, the league announced Monday. A week after the Terps' defensive struggle against William & Mary, a...
  • Maryland backup QB C.J. Brown is healthy and anxious to contribute

    Maryland backup QB C.J. Brown is healthy and anxious to contribute
    COLLEGE PARK — C.J. Brown didn't want to take his helmet off. The Maryland quarterback had waited so long to get into a game — through the recruiting process and then a trying freshman redshirt season — and there he was in last year's...
  • Maryland's Crowton eager to show off his offense

    Gary Crowton extends his right hand to display the damage. The wrist had to be stabilized with a plate and 11 screws after two players careened into him as he coached at an LSU practice several years ago. He also suffered a concussion and lost a few...
  • For Maryland football, everything feels new in 2011

    For Maryland football, everything feels new in 2011
    Maryland quarterback Danny O'Brien stood on the sidelines at M&T Bank Stadium on a warm summer day, casually watching a seven-on-seven touch football tournament while flipping a ball up and down with his large right hand. So much had happened since the...
  • Cliff Tucker stands out at Maryland football practice

    Cliff Tucker stands out at Maryland football practice
    One month after his Maryland basketball career came to an end, Cliff Tucker made his public debut on the football field for the Terps. The swingman-turned-wide receiver showcased his quick hands and athletic ability during Thursday's open practice....
  • Terps get run over by Temple, 38-7

    Terps get run over by Temple, 38-7
    Protect this house? In a gut punch of a game that couldn't end soon enough for Maryland, the Terps couldn't protect their home field, their dignity, their punter or quarterback Danny O'Brien. Junior running back Bernard Pierce rushed 32 times for 149...
  • Terps force 4 turnovers, beat Towson, 28-3, in teams' first meeting

    Terps force 4 turnovers, beat Towson, 28-3, in teams' first meeting
    As it embarks on a perilous stretch in which it must face three top-25 teams in the next three weeks, Maryland knows it is not yet the team it must become. But after two straight losses, the Terps were content Saturday to escape the rain and a Towson...
  • Terps can't finish fourth-quarter rally in 21-16 loss to Georgia Tech

    Terps can't finish fourth-quarter rally in 21-16 loss to Georgia Tech
    For Maryland, there was a perpetual sense Saturday of trying desperately to hang on — to Georgia Tech ball carriers, to the game, and to a season the Terps hoped would not begin to slip away. Starting four freshmen on defense, the Terps held...
  • Notes on Ga. Tech 21, Maryland 16

    Notes on Ga. Tech 21, Maryland 16
    Was that a moral victory for Maryland? Is there such a thing at this level? You tell me, Terps fans. The Terps, starting four first-year players on defense, held Georgia Tech to less than half its scoring average of 51 points. Georgia Tech averaged 587...