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  • Turgeon still searching for his first signature win at Maryland

    Turgeon still searching for his first signature win at Maryland
    When Miami beat Duke on Sunday at Cameron Indoor Stadium, it gave Jim Larranaga his first signature win as the Hurricanes' coach -- something Mark Turgeon is still seeking with Maryland. It could have come last Saturday at Comcast Center, when the...
  • Toughest stretch of Maryland's schedule is on the horizon

    Toughest stretch of Maryland's schedule is on the horizon
    It was only a month ago that Maryland was riding a seven-game winning streak and its players were full of hope — swagger, even — as they pronounced themselves eager to open the Atlantic Coast Conference portion of their schedule. That sure...
  • Notebook: Terps heading to Clemson

    Notebook: Terps heading to Clemson
    Here are notes heading into the Clemson road game on Tuesday night: *Clemson is 11-11, 2-5 in the conference. The Tigers have dropped their past two games, both on the road.  Senior guard Andre Young leads the ACC in free throw percentage and is among...
  • The Last Word with Tony Logan

    The Last Word with Tony Logan
    Tony Logan was one of the few constants for an up-and-down Maryland football program over the past three years. The Piscataway, N.J., native was a dynamic special-teams presence, making the Terps a threat to score on every punt return. A first-team All-...
  • Maryland survives Clemson, 64-62

    Maryland survives Clemson, 64-62
    On the night he eclipsed 1,000 career points, Sean Mosley desperately hoped his milestone would be accompanied by the road victory that had eluded the senior leader and his teammates all season. Maryland entered at 0-4 in road games, and Mosley (St....
  • Some good fortune? Maryland will take it

    Some good fortune? Maryland will take it
    Is it just me, or would this have been Maryland's most crushing loss of the season? Maryland was so good against Clemson until about the seven-minute mark. That's been the bewitching hour for the young Terps -- a time when the team sometimes seems to...
  • Terps a "bubble team?"

    Terps a "bubble team?"
    The Maryland men's basketball team ended its eight-game road losing streak in ACC play on Tuesday night with a hard-fought victory over Clemson -- a win the ESPNU broadcast team cast as having NCAA Tournament implications. It was a good win and another...
  • ACC: Young man Rivers rolls past North Carolina

    ACC: Young man Rivers rolls past North Carolina
    Just when you think it might be possible for the Terps to inch closer to Duke, you get another glimpse of the future, and it remains bright for the Blue Devils. With their reputation and their terrific recruiting, it may always be thus. Wednesday night,...
  • State: No. 8 Terps women win 3rd in a row, 91-61

    State: No. 8 Terps women win 3rd in a row, 91-61
    Lynetta Kizer scored 18 points and the No. 8 Maryland women's basketball team had six players in double figures while beating host Clemson for the 10th straight time Thursday night, 91-61. The Terrapins (21-3, 8-3 Atlantic Coast Conference), the ACC'...
  • Danny O'Brien leaving Maryland

    Danny O'Brien leaving Maryland
    COLLEGE PARK -- Maryland quarterback Danny O'Brien, who endured a trying season in which he lost his starting job and broke his arm, was granted his release from the program Monday after declaring he needs “a fresh start.” Offensive lineman...
  • Tavon Austin in focus heading into tonight's Orange Bowl

    Tavon Austin in focus heading into tonight's Orange Bowl
    Tonight's offering in the seemingly never-ending slew of bowl games features West Virginia and Clemson from the Orange Bowl in Miami. That means local fans will be tuning in to check out former Dunbar standout Tavon Austin on the big stage. But they won'...
  • So close, yet so far for Hokies

    Virginia Tech coach Frank Beamer has coached enough games to experience varying degrees of pain on a football field, but nothing may compare to the ghastly horrors his team endured Tuesday night in a 23-20 overtime loss to Michigan. If he could magically...