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  • Terps' Caleb Rowe 'ready for anything' after first college start

    Terps' Caleb Rowe 'ready for anything' after first college start
    Caleb Rowe was like a kid who gets off a carousel and wants to hop right back on for another ride. “It was very exhilarating,” the Maryland freshman said after making his first career quarterback start in Saturday’s 20-17 loss to Boston...
  • Thomas family reunion at Comcast Center

    Maryland junior Alyssa Thomas could not have been more pleased when her younger brother, Devin, scored a career-high 25 points last week for Wake Forest in an upset of then-No. 18 North Carolina State. What's more, Devin went on to be named ACC Rookie...
  • Terps' linebacker-turned-QB Petty has been called on in a pinch before

    Terps' linebacker-turned-QB Petty has been called on in a pinch before
    COLLEGE PARK — In March 2010, the boy's basketball coach at Eleanor Roosevelt High School in Prince George's County found himself suddenly shorthanded in double-overtime of a playoff game against Wise. His frontcourt thinned by injuries and foul...
  • With Shawn Petty at QB, element of surprise could help Terps vs. Ga. Tech

    With Shawn Petty at QB, element of surprise could help Terps vs. Ga. Tech
    Shawn Petty is listed at 230 pounds, but he looked bigger than that as he took practice snaps in the end zone last week, dwarfing the other skill-position players standing around him. Petty — the converted freshman linebacker who will start at...
  • Superlatives for Maryland's 2013 football class

    Superlatives for Maryland's 2013 football class
    One man's opinion on the potential of Maryland's 2013 football commitments. Post your takes below. Most wanted: Given to the most heavily recruited Maryland commitments. OFFENSE Derwin Gray – Friendship Collegiate Academy, offensive lineman,...
  • Which teams will make the Final Four?

    Disregard Nate Silver David Teel Daily Press Nate Silver likes Louisville, Florida, Indiana and Gonzaga, and given his Obama-Romney projections, disagreeing is perilous. But let's anyway. Ohio State has won eight straight, including a road...
  • Up-and-down Terps finish regular season Sunday at Virginia

    Up-and-down Terps finish regular season Sunday at Virginia
    COLLEGE PARK — The regular season's biggest game was approaching, and Maryland coaches had scrawled the words "Play with Passion" and "Play with Pride" on the blackboard inside Comcast Center. Head coach Mark Turgeon assembled the players, telling...
  • No. 10 Maryland women win 4th in row, top N.C. State, 82-62

    The 10th-ranked Maryland women's basketball team turned to its two most indispensable players and received all-around contributions from a freshman Thursday night to run away from North Carolina State, 82-62, at Comcast Center. Senior forward Tianna...
  • Terps Trio: Mark Turgeon's disconsolation, late-game situations, football's early signees

    Terps Trio: Mark Turgeon's disconsolation, late-game situations, football's early signees
    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. Mark Turgeon’s team had just recorded a win over a ranked team on Wednesday night, and yet the...
  • Terps hopes to raise their scores against North Carolina

    Terps hopes to raise their scores against North Carolina
    COLLEGE PARK -- With the euphoria of its 51-50 near-the-buzzer win Wednesday over No. 14 North Carolina State fading, the Maryland men's basketball team knows it will have to do more than just the run the plays that second-year coach Mark Turgeon calls...
  • Analyzing Terps' 79-76 loss to UNC at ACC tournament and looking forward

    Analyzing Terps' 79-76 loss to UNC at ACC tournament and looking forward
    There were plenty of competing feelings as the Terps quietly packed up their gear Saturday to leave Greensboro Coliseum, their home for four days. The strip containing the Maryland logo was removed from the locker room door. The Terps still were a...
  • Sloppy Terps can't keep up with North Carolina in 62-52 loss

    Sloppy Terps can't keep up with North Carolina in 62-52 loss
    This seemed like a perfect scenario for Maryland. The Terps were coming off a thrilling win that helped rebuild the shrinking confidence of second-year coach Mark Turgeon’s young team. Until recently, North Carolina had looked like Tar Heels of...