Barring an unexpected run through the ACC Tournament, the Maryland Terrapins men’s basketball team will miss the NCAA’s for the third-straight season.
Baltimore Sun Maryland beat reporter Jeff Barker joined me talk about how devastating the North Carolina loss was to the Terps NCAA chances. Their last chance to prove themselves will be against Virginia on their […]
After watching the Terps fall to North Carolina and Villanova whip 5th ranked Georgetown I spent some time with an old friend Wednesday night.
I made it clear during the summer that I thought Head Coach Mark Turgeon and his Maryland Terrapins would make this season’s NCAA Tournament. Keep in mind, I was spouting off about this before Dez Wells was ruled eligible to play in College Park.
There’s a youth movement going on in College Park as the Maryland Terrapins have about as much talent as they’ve had maybe since their National Championship run, but like height you can teach talent.
The University of Maryland football team has sure been cursed by the QB gods this season.
Mike Cassazza of the Charleston Daily Mail talks with Rob Carlin about the issues within the football program at West Virgina University and the rivalry with the University of Maryland on The Football Fix!
The game is history and unfortunately the Terps didn’t come out on top, yet for Baltimore and the state of Maryland this weekend of lacrosse was a big win.
Colin Briggs scored five goals and seventh-seeded Virginia edged Maryland 9-7 Monday in the NCAA men’s lacrosse championship.
The NCAA Men’s Lacrosse tournament has just wrapped up here in Baltimore. While it was a difficult way to end it for the University of Maryland, the entire weekend has been a huge success for the sport and the city.
A new study released by the University of Maryland says Maryland could be a potential center for cyber security.