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  • Maryland trying to 'move and forget' after another humiliating loss

    Maryland trying to 'move and forget' after another humiliating loss
    It was late Saturday night and defensive tackle Joe Vellano was asked to think back to the lofty expectations Maryland had harbored in September as it entered a new season with a new coach. Vellano exhaled. "Oh, I know," he said softly, contemplating how...
  • O'Brien out 12 weeks to recover from a broken bone in left arm

    O'Brien out 12 weeks to recover from a broken bone in left arm
    At his weekly news conference Tuesday in College Park, Maryland football coach Randy Edsall said that injured quarterback Danny O'Brien would need about 12 weeks to recover from a broken bone in his left arm suffered in last Saturday's 45-21 loss to Notre...
  • Terps women's 2006 national title still resonates with current team

    Terps women's 2006 national title still resonates with current team
    Kim Rodgers watched Maryland's 2006 national championship game victory at home with her parents in Virginia Beach, Va. She committed to Maryland the next day. "That shows you the impact it had on me," Rodgers, now a redshirt senior, said Friday. She...
  • O'Brien will need 12 weeks to heal, but will he return?

    O'Brien will need 12 weeks to heal, but will he return?
    The quarterback debate that went on for much of Maryland's dismal 2011 season ended last Saturday night, when Danny O'Brien was thrown to the turf at FedEx Field in a 45-21 loss to Notre Dame and broke a bone in his left arm. But that doesn't mean the...
  • Terps football team suffers another key injury

    Terps football team suffers another key injury
    It turns out that redshirt sophomore quarterback Danny O'Brien was not the only Maryland player injured in Saturday's 45-21 loss to Notre Dame at FedEx Field. O'Brien's broken bone in his nonthrowing arm will sideline him the rest of the season, but an...
  • Terps trying to avoid repeat of 2009

    Terps trying to avoid repeat of 2009
    The more losses pile up for this year's Maryland football team, the closer the Terps get to reliving their not-so-distant past. It was only two years ago that Maryland finished 2-10 and rumors swirled around then-longtime coach Ralph Friedgen about his...
  • Terps lose seventh straight, 31-10, to Wake Forest

    Terps lose seventh straight, 31-10, to Wake Forest
    For nearly three quarters Saturday at BB&T Field, a young and undermanned Maryland defense tried to keep the Terrapins from continuing their two-month free fall. And, for a few scant seconds at the end of the first half and a few minutes midway through...
  • Terps unravel in second half, fall to Wake

    For nearly three quarters Saturday at BB&T Field, a young and undermanned Maryland defense kept the Terrapins from continuing their two-month freefall. And, for a few seconds at the end of the first half against Wake Forest, the offense seemed to come...
  • Tracking the Terps: Way too many negatives for Maryland

    Tracking the Terps: Way too many negatives for Maryland
    There was almost a sense of inevitability about Maryland's second-half meltdown in a 31-10 loss at Wake Forest Saturday. Not just for those who have followed the Terps during what is now a 2-9 debut season for Randy Edsall, but for Edsall himself. Maybe...
  • Charles Mitchell makes it official, signs letter of intent to Maryland

    Charles Mitchell makes it official, signs letter of intent to Maryland
    Maryland's basketball recruiting class officially added a fourth member today when Charles Mitchell signed his letter of intent. Mitchell, a 6-foot-8 power forward from Marietta, Ga., committed to the Terps in March before Maryland's ACC tournament...
  • No answers for Maryland after its seventh straight defeat

    No answers for Maryland after its seventh straight defeat
    In the dog days of August, Maryland coaches would spend practice after practice working on a player's technique, from where a placekicker plants his foot to where a cornerback moves his eyes. In the dog days of November, the Terps are proving that they...
  • University of Maryland's proposed athletic cuts hit close to home

    Initially, I read with mild interest a recent newspaper article that stated a 17-member commission has recommended that six sports at the University of Maryland be eliminated in an effort to solve budgetary shortfalls caused by declining revenues from...