Maryland’s Brad Craddock has won the Lou Groza Award as the nation’s top kicker.
Listen to play-by-play as the North Carolina Central Eagles (6-3) take on the no. 19 Maryland Terrapins (8-1) from the Xfinity Center, College Park, Maryland on Wednesday night on 105.7 The Fan!
Brionna Jones had 17 points and eight rebounds on Sunday and No. 15 Maryland cruised past Towson 81-52.
On Wednesday night, at the Xfinity Center, the Maryland Terrapins were trying to earn their second significant victory of the young 2014-15 college basketball season against a top 10 ranked Virginia team.
Richaud Pack scored 22 points while Jake Layman, Melo Trimble and and Dion Wiley each had 19 as Maryland defeated VMI 95-77 on Sunday night.
Ralph Friedgen had just helped orchestrate the biggest comeback victory in Rutgers history, and the last thing he wanted to do was talk about himself or his strange return to Maryland.
C.J. Brown has been part of Maryland’s football program for so long, he committed to the school when George W. Bush was president.
Dez Wells added 14 points and Melo Trimble scored 11 for the Terrapins (5-0), who built a 15-point lead with 3 minutes left before hanging on down the stretch.
The Terrapins (4-0) advanced with a 78-73 win over Arizona State to take on the Iowa State Cyclones in the College Basketball Experience Hall of Fame Classic in Kansas City.
No. 9 Maryland was a sloppy team in the first half. Thirteen turnovers. Just 2 of 6 from the free-throw line. A meager 1 for 9 from the 3-point range.
Wes Brown’s 1-yard touchdown run with 5:59 remaining lifted Maryland to a 23-16 victory over Michigan, leaving the Wolverines’ postseason hopes in dire shape with one game remaining in the regular season.
Michigan’s football program has always had high standards, which is why a bowl appearance may not be enough to save coach Brady Hoke’s job.