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.
Maryland wide receiver Kevin Dorsey has already earned his diploma, received three varsity letters and been to a bowl game.
When Randy Edsall was head football coach at Connecticut, he played a significant role in getting a non-league matchup against Maryland on the Huskies’ 2012 schedule.
University of Maryland Head Coach Randy Edsall will face his former team for the first time since departing after a 48-20 loss to the Oklahoma Sooners in the 2011 Fiesta Bowl. Recently Edsall expressed regret […]
Maryland’s defense did not allow a touchdown in the season opener — no small feat for a unit that last year yielded an average of 34.2 points and 457 yards per game.
Saturday’s brutal heat takes a toll on football fans at Byrd Stadium at the University of Maryland.
For nine months, coach Randy Edsall and the players on the Maryland football team have been forced to live with the indignity that comes with a 2-10 season.
CJ Brown is out of the season. Terps will be lead by freshman QB Perry Hills on Sept. 1 vs. William & Mary.
If Maryland is to bounce back from a 2-10 season, the Terrapins must overcome the devastating loss of junior quarterback C.J. Brown.