The Norris & Long Show Best Of - Week Of December 3rdThe Norris & Long Show Best Of - Week Of December 3rd
Terps Color Analyst Chris Knoche On The Team's First Loss Of The Season To PittsburghMaryland Terrapins basketball color analyst Chris Knoche joined Ed and Rob to talk about the Terps first loss of the season.
Maryland's Melo Trimble Named B1G Co-Player of the WeekMaryland junior guard Melo Trimble was named Big Ten Conference Co-Player of the Week.
Final Games Give 3 Big Ten Teams A Shot At BowlsIndiana, Maryland and Northwestern are all looking for their sixth wins and bowl eligibility.
Skip Black Friday Shopping, Watch College FootballThe College Football Playoff race could be thrown into chaos or fall nicely into place.
Ralph Russo Of The Associated Press On College Football Rivalries And RankingsRalph Russo of the Associated Press joined Ed and Rob to talk about college football rivalries and rankings.
Maryland Ranks 14th In "30 Most Dominant College Sports Programs"The University of Maryland ranked No. 14 on the 30 Most Dominant College Sports Programs list.
Maryland Terrapins Rallied From 13-Point Deficit To Defeat TowsonMelo Trimble scored 27 points, freshman Justin Jackson added 21 and the Maryland Terrapins rallied from a 13-point second-half deficit to defeat pesky Towson, 71-66 Sunday at Xfinity Center in College Park, Md.
College Football: Maryland Terrapins Visit Nebraska CornhuskersFirst-year coach D.J. Durkin has the Terrapins on the brink of bowl eligibility, but they suffered their own 62-3 beatdown against the Buckeyes last weekend to fall to 1-5 over their last six contests.
Maryland Beats Georgetown By One Point In Final SecondsMaryland star guard Melo Trimble scored four points in the final 11 seconds, fueling a frantic comeback and leading the Terrapins to a 76-75 victory over host Georgetown on Tuesday at Verizon Center in Washington, DC.
Maryland Prepares For Season Opener Against AmericanTrimble, who leads the No. 21-ranked Terrapins into Friday’s season opener at home against American, will be even more critical in 2016-17 as Maryland tips off missing four players who averaged at least 11 points per game a season ago.
Maryland's 2017 Signing Class Ranked No. 14 With Fernando, MorsellHead coach Mark Turgeon and the University of Maryland men’s basketball program welcomed forward Bruno Fernando and guard Darryl Morsell to the Terps for the class of 2017 Thursday.