In case you haven’t heard, the NCAA has approved another bowl game for 2015. How can that be?
On Tuesday night, the University of Maryland announced that guard Roddy Peters, swingman Nick Faust and center Shaquille Cleare were granted their release to transfer from the school.
Unless these two schools meet in the ACC Tournament, it will be the final time they will face each other as members of the same conference. This could be the end of a rivalry that goes back decades.
After the Terps blew a 10-point lead in the final 1:40, Wells nailed a 3-pointer with 5.9 seconds left to provide the final margin.
Former Maryland Terps Head Coach Gary Williams joined Glenn and Bob on “The Sports Rehab” discuss a myriad of topics.
The Maryland Terrapins had a chance on Wednesday night to make a statement to the college basketball world.
This year, the Terps prepare to play their final season in the Atlantic Coast Conference before joining the Big 10. This program will have to make several changes before they can truly compete in the Big 10.
The Big dance is right around the corner and teams are making strides towards being part of it. It all started this weekend with a buzzer beater, Kentucky barely holding on and Belmont joining the tourney. A wild weekend indeed!
If you aren’t paying attention to college basketball this season, you’re missing one of the most exciting seasons in recent history. Parity is something that most sports fans want and NCAA men’s basketball is providing it in a major way.
The Atlantic Coast Conference has filed a lawsuit against Maryland seeking full payment of the approximately $53 million exit fee for its move to the Big Ten.
Byrd Stadium won’t fit many Big 10 crowds.
The Maryland Terrapins and Rutgers, will be leaving their respective conferences and join the Big Ten conference during the 2014 calendar year.