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  • How tough is Maryland's football schedule?

    Maryland football coach Randy Edsall was asked by a reporter during today’s ACC media teleconference about “rebuilding” the program. “Rebuilding” is not terminology Edsall has used this season, and he did not repeat the word...
  • Maryland still focused on becoming bowl-eligible

    Maryland still focused on becoming bowl-eligible
    Its opponents' win-loss records suggest that this difficult season could get more manageable for a Maryland football team that hasn't beaten a Football Bowl Subdivision opponent since Labor Day and is coming off a 25-point loss. After playing a...
  • Rugby players in scrum to popularize sport in U.S.

    The Rugby World Cup, a 48-match quadrennial tournament that drew 1.4 million fans in New Zealand over six weeks, ended in late October with the host All Blacks outlasting France, 8-7. But even though rugby has stepped off its biggest stage, the sport...
  • Chris Dufresne's Top 25

    1. Alabama (8-0): Nick Saban celebrated 60th birthday Monday by scaring kids off his porch. (1) 2. LSU (8-0):Sorry Les Miles, only "hat" welcome where you're headed is Houndstooth. (2) 3. Stanford (8-0): Andrew Luck should save his pick-six plays for...
  • Terps suffer 85-69 loss to top-seeded Tar Heels in ACC quarterfinals

    Terps suffer 85-69 loss to top-seeded Tar Heels in ACC quarterfinals
    Almost nobody believed that eighth-seeded Maryland would win the Atlantic Coast Conference tournament, but there were nevertheless tears in a hushed locker room Friday after the Terps suffered what was probably a season-ending loss to a top-seeded North...
  • No question: He's No. 1

    Joe Paterno continues to impress. The 84-year-old coach passed Grambling State great Eddie Robinson with his 409th win Saturday, giving him the record for the most victories by a Division I football coach. If South Carolina is going to win the SEC East,...
  • SUNDAY'S TELEVISION HIGHLIGHTS

    SUNDAY'S TELEVISION HIGHLIGHTS ++++++++++++++++++++ || F1 || Monaco Grand Prix || SPEED7:30 a.m. || || NASCAR || Sprint Cup Coca-Cola 600 || 45, 55:30 || || MLB || Kansas City@Orioles || MASN, 131:30 || || Tampa Bay@Boston || TBS1:30 || || Cubs@...
  • What will be big upset of rivalry weekend?

    Clemson carries day Matt Murschel Orlando Sentinel When looking for an upset this rivalry weekend, look no further than Columbia, S.C. That's where No. 17 Clemson will try to continue its road dominance over rival No. 12 South Carolina. The Tigers...
  • Maryland women seeded No. 2 and will host Navy in NCAA first round

    Maryland women seeded No. 2 and will host Navy in NCAA first round
    Brenda Frese's 4-year-old son, Tyler, squirmed in his mother’s lap Monday as they waited for word on where Maryland’s women’s basketball team would be seeded and whom the Terps would play in the first round of the NCAA tournament. If...
  • No question, these 20 are the best

    The holidays can be stressful, and once the Christmas season hits, free time is precious. Thus, in the holiday spirit of selflessness, here is our top 20 (of the 35 games) to help you best adjust your calendar around the holidays. 20. Holiday Bowl,...
  • Examining 16 years of Ravens draft trends

    Examining 16 years of Ravens draft trends
    While doing my homework on the Ravens and their history in the NFL draft, I spent a little time exploring our Ravens draft database (sorry for the shameless plug, but it’s pretty neat feature if you haven’t checked it out). In no particular...
  • Five things to watch when Terps return from winter break

    Five things to watch when Terps return from winter break
    When the Maryland basketball team returned from a tournament in Puerto Rico right before Thanksgiving, first-year coach Mark Turgeon seemed resigned to the fact that it was going to be a long season in College Park. Along with what appeared to be a ...