A potentially redemptive season for Maryland took a bizarre turn and ended up being a disappointing wreck.
North Carolina’s seniors stuck around for Larry Fedora’s first season as coach despite knowing that NCAA sanctions would keep them out of a bowl game. On Saturday, they’ll wrap up careers marred by that NCAA scandal when the Tar Heels host Maryland.
Maryland’s football team is stumbling through a second straight losing season and now has gone 11 straight years without winning an Atlantic Coast Conference title.
Maryland has a linebacker at quarterback and several key players sidelined with injuries. So there’s really only one way the Terrapins can defeat No. 10 Florida State on Saturday and prevent the Seminoles from clinching a berth in the Atlantic Coast Conference title game.
An unfathomable rash of injuries has turned a once-promising season into a disaster for Maryland.
Maryland middle linebacker Demetrius Hartsfield is out for the season with a torn ACL.
Having exhausted his original depth chart at quarterback, Maryland coach Randy Edsall has turned to true freshman linebacker Shawn Petty to direct the offense Saturday against Georgia Tech.
Maryland has lost a fourth quarterback to a season-ending injury.
Maryland coach Randy Edsall will wait a few days before naming the successor to injured Perry Hills as the Terrapins’ starting quarterback.
Voice of the Maryland Terrapins Johnny Holliday joins Bob Haynie & Mark Zinno to talk Maryland Terps sports.
Talent trumps experience in the Atlantic Coast Conference, where several true freshmen are gaining on-the-job training during their first year out of high school.
It’s taken freshman Stefon Diggs only four games to establish himself as a standout receiver, sensational kick returner and sideline cheerleader.