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  • Terps sticking to routine as they prepare for big game vs. N.C. State

    Terps sticking to routine as they prepare for big game vs. N.C. State
    Football teams are notorious for adhering to routines, and under coach Randy Edsall, Maryland is no different. He doesn't want his players treating one game much differently than the next. Like a golf swing endlessly repeated, Edsall wants their...
  • Terps lose to N.C. State, 20-18, after Brad Craddock misses 33-yard field-goal try

    Terps lose to N.C. State, 20-18, after Brad Craddock misses 33-yard field-goal try
    As the field-goal attempt sailed high into the air and the final seconds ticked off the clock, it appeared Maryland was somehow going to survive losing its starting quarterback and delight a homecoming crowd by remaining unbeaten in Atlantic Coast...
  • Adams, Amonte Hiller, Timchal, Dougherty inducted into Lacrosse Hall of Fame

    Adams, Amonte Hiller, Timchal, Dougherty inducted into Lacrosse Hall of Fame
    Former Terps players Jen Adams, Brian Dougherty and Kelly Amonte Hiller, as well as eight-time national champion coach Cindy Timchal, were inducted into the National Lacrosse Hall of Fame on Saturday night at the Grand Lodge in Hunt Valley. The quartet,...
  • Devin Burns could assume starting quarterback duties for Maryland

    Devin Burns could assume starting quarterback duties for Maryland
    After Maryland quarterback C.J. Brown was lost for the season with a knee injury in August, wide receiver Devin Burns went to coach Randy Edsall and said he would like to switch positions to help fill the void. So Burns, who has alternated in his...
  • Caleb Rowe and Devin Burns present two different QB options for Maryland

    Caleb Rowe and Devin Burns present two different QB options for Maryland
    The season-ending knee injuries of not one but two quarterbacks have left Maryland so depleted that it is deciding between two inexperienced players to be the new starter and must convert a freshman linebacker or tight end to be third string. The...
  • Terps Trio: Hoops on right track, Duke and Virginia games, football recruiting in the Midwest

    Terps Trio: Hoops on right track, Duke and Virginia games, football recruiting in the Midwest
    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.  Maryland finally got an ACC road victory and has won two in a row. Are the Terps on the right track?...
  • Laurel hoopsters ready for another college season

    Brooklyn, the home of the 1970s TV sitcom show "Welcome Back Kotter," is hip once again. The New Jersey Nets of the National Basketball Association have moved east to Brooklyn, which has a pro team for the first time since 1957. The Nets are now playing...
  • With Devin Burns out for the season, Terps down to one quarterback

    With Devin Burns out for the season, Terps down to one quarterback
    COLLEGE PARK — Medical tests have confirmed that Maryland lost not only starting quarterback Perry Hills for the season in last Saturday’s game but also his replacement, Devin Burns — leaving the Terps with a freshman who has played...
  • The Sun remembers: Feb. 10-Feb. 16

    The Sun remembers: Feb. 10-Feb. 16
    Feb. 11, 1987: The Orioles sign free-agent Ray Knight, a third baseman who becomes the first player to change teams after winning the World Series Most Valuable Player award. Knight, 34, who is coming off a banner year with the New York Mets, gets $500,...
  • Terps need more consistent scoring from Dez Wells

    Terps need more consistent scoring from Dez Wells
    The malaise – if that’s the word – that seemed to grip the Maryland Terps in their dreary 80-69 loss to Virginia Sunday at Comcast Center even extended to Dez Wells. The sophomore swingman finished with 13 points, but was held to...
  • Terps try to get past rash of injuries as they face Boston College

    Terps try to get past rash of injuries as they face Boston College
    COLLEGE PARK -- After losing its third quarterback since the beginning of training camp, Maryland enters Saturday's game against Boston College trying not to allow its season to be defined by injuries to prominent players. Rather, the Terps (4-3, 2-1...
  • Kiara Leslie, younger sister of C.J. Leslie, talks about her Terps commitment

    Kiara Leslie, younger sister of C.J. Leslie, talks about her Terps commitment
    On the day Kiara Leslie committed to Maryland, her older brother announced that he would forgo his senior season at North Carolina State and enter the NBA draft. C.J. Leslie, who averaged 15 points and 7.4 rebounds as a junior for the Wolfpack, was...