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  • Should a coach be able to control transfers?

    Current system is unjust David Teel Newport News Bo Ryan does not appear to be an outlaw coach. His Wisconsin basketball program, by all accounts, wins the right way. But Ryan's reaction to forward Jarrod Uthoff's transfer request was...
  • Draft could help Ravens fill gaps on offensive line

    Draft could help Ravens fill gaps on offensive line
    The Pro Bowl guard is gone. The bookend tackles aren't great. So how does a center become the player most linked to the Ravens' first-round pick? For Peter Konz, at least, it's by offering a quick fix and a long-term answer. With left guard Ben Grubbs...
  • Terps men squander lead, are beaten by Colgate, 13-11

    John Haus had a career-high six points for the Terps, but No. 7 Maryland lost, 13-11, to No. 12 Colgate on Saturday. The visiting Terrapins (9-5) led 9-7 with 2:08 remaining in the third quarter, but the Raiders (13-3) scored twice in the last...
  • Ex-Terps QB Danny O'Brien will transfer to Wisconsin

    Ex-Terps QB Danny O'Brien will transfer to Wisconsin
    It worked for another post-graduate quarterback. Why not Danny O’Brien? The former Maryland star decided Tuesday to transfer to Wisconsin, which won last year’s inaugural Big Ten championship game thanks in part to the play of North...
  • Phelps looks both backward and forward

    Phelps looks both backward and forward
    INDIANAPOLIS — A reflective Michael Phelpsreturned Wednesday to what he called the "birthplace" of his Olympic career, the city where he qualified for his first games and now will compete in five races over the next three days as he prepares for his...
  • Weekly Maryland recruiting roundup

    Weekly Maryland recruiting roundup
    One of the top available college basketball transfers has Maryland on his short list. Evan Smotrycz, a 6-foot-9, 235-pound forward from Reading, Mass., is leaving Michigan after two seasons. He told Scout.com this week that he's considering Baylor,...
  • 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...
  • 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,...
  • The No. 1 conference

    LSU-Alabama was typical SEC football. Critics claimed it wasn't very exciting, but Saturday night's "Game of the Century" was just what SEC fans expected from these teams: defense. It took special team miscues by Alabama to wrap up the game for LSU. Let'...
  • Michigan coach not worried about win-loss record

    Michigan’s debut as a Division I program began with a 12-9 loss to Detroit Mercy on Sunday. Not the kind of start the Wolverines were hoping for with opponents like No. 3 Denver, No. 7 North Carolina, No. 11 Harvard, No. 13 Penn State, No. 16...
  • Past year has been a game-changer for men's lacrosse

    Past year has been a game-changer for men's lacrosse
    A sport in which shots fly at up to 105 mph, college lacrosse has developed a reputation for moving glacially on subjects such as installing a shot clock to quicken the pace of play and dealing with falling attendance during championship weekend. But the...
  • Gilman DT Henry Poggi commits to Michigan

    Gilman DT Henry Poggi commits to Michigan
    The scholarships, postmarked from places like Maryland and Mississippi, South Carolina and Southern California, West Virginia and Wisconsin, landed at Henry Poggi’s doorstep. Each letter attempted to convince one of the top defensive tackle recruits...