In the Wizards' 114-106 loss to the Houston Rockets, John Wall had 21 points and eight assists — reaching 3,826 for his career to surpass Wes Unseld to become the Wizards/Bullets all-time assist leader — but also picked up a pair of technical fouls. Wall's second came in the closing 33 seconds after using "inappropriate language" toward a game official.
Junior George Campbell (McDonogh) scored the game-winning goal in double overtime to lift top-seeded host Maryland to a 3-2 win against No. 8 seed Michigan (4-11-4) in the quarterfinal round of the Big Ten men's soccer tournament.
The Terps will go into Michigan Stadium two years after beating the Brady Hoke-coached Wolverines as more than four-touchdown underdogs to play a team that Jim Harbaugh has turned into legitimate national championship contenders.
The Durkins have made six moves since they were married in 2002, and spent no more than five years in the same place. That was at Florida, where both of their children, 6-year-old Abigail and 3-year-old Luke, were born. The Durkins hope their latest move, to Maryland 11 months ago, lasts a lot longer.
A little more than 13 months after sitting in the visitors' coaching box for Michigan's 28-0 shutout win at Maryland, DJ Durkin will stand on the visiting sideline Saturday at Michigan Stadium in his ninth game as Terps head coach.
Former high school football teammates Kenneth Goins Jr. and Shane Cockerille share more than a history dating to their years playing — and starring — at Gilman. Going into the 2016 season at Maryland, Goins and Cockerille each faced uncertainty. While both had endured a change in the coaching staff after last season, they have also switched positions.
A little more than midway through his final year of eligibility, and perhaps his final season of playing organized football, the hard-nosed, tight-lipped Perry Hills is the unquestioned leader of a Maryland team that will become bowl-eligible with one more win.
After finishing its first month under new coach DJ Durkin unbeaten and seemingly no longer unsure of itself, the Maryland football team plummeted back to reality Saturday at Beaver Stadium with a 38-14 loss.