Towson’s Tanisha McTiller believes her teammates’ lack of confidence and execution were more to blame for a lopsided loss to No. 8 Maryland than the Terrapins’ prowess.
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.
After Maryland opened the season with four straight wins, the Terrapins figured it wouldn’t take long to reach the six-victory mark necessary to become bowl eligible.
Former Orange quarterback Wilmeth Sadat-Singh was forced to sit out the Syracuse-Maryland game in 1937 because Maryland refused to compete against black players. He will be honored by the Terrapins this week at a brief ceremony.
Keith Cavanaugh from Terrapin Times joined Bob to talk some University of Maryland Football and Basketball.
If Maryland defeats Wake Forest on Saturday, the Terrapins will have enough wins to qualify for a bowl bid — no small accomplishment for a team that totaled six victories over the past two seasons.
Maryland and Virginia closed the door on their border rivalry with a wild, seesaw duel that went down to the final minute.
For Maryland, being unbeaten and in the Top 25 was fun while it lasted.
Eye discipline was the phrase du jour around the Florida State football facilities this week.
The Terrapins are the first pass-heavy team the Seminoles have played in 2013.
Maryland begins its Atlantic Coast Conference farewell tour with a perfect record, a place in the Top 25 and feeling pretty good about its best start since 2001.
Maryland’s motivation against West Virginia on Saturday extends beyond the desire to end a run of seven straight losses to the Mountaineers.