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  • Injury-prone Terps face plenty of adversity at Clemson

    Injury-prone Terps face plenty of adversity at Clemson
    Despite a three-game losing streak and a seemingly never-ending string of depth-sapping injuries — the latest including the team's top offensive and defensive playmakers — Maryland enters the toughest stretch of its 2012 schedule with...
  • Mark Turgeon 'a little surprised' at Pe'Shon Howard's play vs. Wake Forest

    Mark Turgeon 'a little surprised' at Pe'Shon Howard's play vs. Wake Forest
    Along with Dez Wells scoring 23 points in Saturday’s 10-point win at Wake Forest, the most important contribution came from junior point guard Pe’Shon Howard. The much-maligned Howard, who has spent most of the Atlantic Coast Conference...
  • Erratic season leads to tough lessons for Terps' Pe'Shon Howard

    Erratic season leads to tough lessons for Terps' Pe'Shon Howard
    — If it has been a roller coaster season in the Atlantic Coast Conference for the Maryland basketball team the past two months, junior point guard Pe'Shon Howard might be the poster child for the erratic Terps. Howard has gone from being a team...
  • Terps can't keep up with Clemson in 45-10 loss

    Terps can't keep up with Clemson in 45-10 loss
    Maryland's well-documented string of offensive injuries — most notably at quarterback — put the Terps at a disadvantage entering Saturday's game at No. 13 Clemson. The last thing the Terps needed was to turn the ball over to a potent...
  • Turnovers tripped up Terps in loss at Clemson

    Turnovers tripped up Terps in loss at Clemson
    Already down a touchdown in the heart of a deafening Death Valley, Maryland needed a response after Clemson quarterback Tajh Boyd guided the No. 11 Tigers into the end zone on their second series of the game. But instead what Maryland produced was...
  • The Sun remembers: Sept. 30-Oct. 6

    The Sun remembers: Sept. 30-Oct. 6
    Oct. 4, 2004: "It feels good," Priest Holmes declares after rushing for 125 yards and two touchdowns in the visiting Kansas City Chiefs' 27-24 upset of the Ravens, defending AFC North champions, in a "Monday Night Football" game. Holmes, a former Raven,...
  • At midway point of season, Maryland close to reaching one of its goals

    At midway point of season, Maryland close to reaching one of its goals
    It's hard to miss the illustration of an oversized pyramid posted on a wall inside the Gossett Football Team House. In and around the black and red pyramid — which Maryland players see as they walk between the locker room and meeting rooms —...
  • Short-handed Terps women find a way to beat long odds

    Shortly before the 10th-ranked Maryland women's basketball team was to begin practice the other afternoon, junior forward Alyssa Thomas was bothered by a touch of stomach discomfort. Coach Brenda Frese didn't think twice before telling the Terps' most...
  • Terps honor Darryl Hill, first African-American football player in the ACC

    Terps honor Darryl Hill, first African-American football player in the ACC
    COLLEGE PARK — Darryl Hill didn't set out to make history. The Atlantic Coast Conference's first African-American football player said Tuesday that he was a "reluctant pioneer." But as the former Maryland wide receiver's college career unfolded...
  • Terps Trio: Football's bowl hopes, comparing hoops classes and Roddy Peters

    Terps Trio: Football's bowl hopes, comparing hoops classes and Roddy Peters
    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. Can Maryland realistically make it to a bowl game? Jeff Barker: The odds favor it, but it’s no...
  • Saluting Lefty Driesell, one of basketball's most interesting coaches of all time

    Saluting Lefty Driesell, one of basketball's most interesting coaches of all time
    Lefty Driesell’s career at Maryland was coming to an end when a sportswriter who had spent the first 10 years of his career in New York showed up to cover the Terrapins for The Baltimore Sun. It was the summer of 1985 and there were rumors that...
  • Lefty Driesell sees Saturday's recognition as a nod to the players of his era

    Lefty Driesell sees Saturday's recognition as a nod to the players of his era
    COLLEGE PARK — Lefty Driesell is more than 26 years and 220 miles removed from Maryland's men's basketball program. At 81, the former coach doesn't get to many games anymore. But from his condo in Virginia Beach, Va., Driesell thinks about his...