Maryland is really behind the pack away from the Comcast Center. Since Mark Turgeon took over as head coach, the Terps are 4-15 in ACC road games.
The Maryland Terrapins’ final season in the Atlantic Coast Conference promises to be a difficult one. Before they move to the Big Ten next year, Maryland must play at longtime rivals North Carolina and Duke without a return visit.
Maryland made significant strides in its third season under Randy Edsall, winning seven games and earning a bowl bid to conclude a 60-year run in the Atlantic Coast Conference.
Maryland had just marched 99 yards to take a fourth-quarter lead, and it was up to Marshall to either respond or succumb.
Maryland is looking to win its first bowl game under third-year coach Randy Edsall.
Pete Gillen joined Ed & Steve to talk about the Terps and other college basketball current events.
Are the two best teams in the country right now scheduled to collide in Pasadena, California? It would be difficult to prove otherwise.
The Maryland Terrapins had a chance on Wednesday night to make a statement to the college basketball world.
C.J. Brown put Maryland on his back and carried the Terrapins right out of the Atlantic Coast Conference.
The Terrapins play their final game in the conference they helped found on Saturday when they face slumping North Carolina State (3-8, 0-7) and try to move up the league’s bowl pecking order.
With the competition wide open for the Heisman Trophy, Boston College running back Andre Williams has become a bit of a rising contender.
On a day in which Maryland bids farewell to 15 seniors before its final home game in the Atlantic Coast Conference, the Terrapins can only hope their most lasting memory Saturday isn’t the image of Boston College running back Andre Williams blasting through the line on a course to the end zone.