Tracking the Terps

Tracking the Terps News and notes on Maryland football, basketball and other sports
Schmuck: Maryland falls a point short vs. Ohio State, but Matt Canada has earned a shot to coach this team next season

There’s a pretty good chance that the Maryland Terps football team will finish this difficult season next week with nowhere to go but back to the proverbial drawing board, but that doesn’t mean they need to wipe it clean and start over from scratch.

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Going for 2 in overtime, Maryland comes up short in wild 52-51 loss to No. 10 Ohio State

Few gave Maryland any chance to beat No. 10 Ohio State on Saturday. About the only respect the Terps might have received before their last home game this season came from Las Vegas, where the Buckeyes were made only 14-point favorites.

Even that might have been more about the skepticism regarding Ohio State in general and redshirt sophomore quarterback Dwayne Haskins Jr. in particular.

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Needing second-half comeback, Maryland shows pride in 80-69 win over Hofstra

There wasn't a lot of energy for the Maryland men’s basketball team inside Xfinity Center for the first half of Friday’s night’s game against Hofstra. Not from a small crowd, and certainly not from the Terps themselves.

Then, seemingly out of nowhere, the crowd and Mark Turgeon’s team woke up.

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5 things to look for in Maryland's senior day game against No. 10 Ohio State

Senior day is always interesting for college football teams. Some teams are sad to see their seniors move on, and concerned about what the future holds. Some teams are ready to move on, and hopeful about a more promising future.

On Saturday, Maryland will hold its senior day with a mixture of both mindsets. In reality, the Terps are truly in limbo, not only unsure about what might unfold against No.

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Maryland's senior day signals end of tumultuous career, season for many who've endured

Damian Prince was supposed to be one of the building blocks for a Maryland football program seemingly on the upswing. Coach Randy Edsall and offensive coordinator Mike Locksley had sold Prince and others on helping turn the Terps around.

That seems like more than five seasons ago.

When Prince and the other seniors take the field at Maryland Stadium for Saturday’s game against No.

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Many questions, few answers on Maryland football scandal at General Assembly committee hearing

The day after it was announced that University of Maryland President Wallace Loh would retire in the wake of a football scandal — but that the football coach would remain in College Park — state lawmakers called for a hearing to investigate the matter. They seemed to be responding to a massive wave of public backlash against the university system’s governing body, which made these personnel decisions.

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