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Editor’s note: This is the fourth installment in a six-part series compiled by staff writer Tim Koelble looking back at some of the biggest local, regional and national stories of 2012. JULY 1 - Austin Golden throws a five-inning no-hitter as...
There is a little Doyle Brunson in all of us. Every one has a small piece of professional poker player in them … even if he or she doesn’t know it. Brunson is one of the forefathers of his game because he calculates odds and takes well-...
Tags: Sports, Football, Lou Gehrig, Maryland Terrapins, Randy Edsall
email@example.comRandy Edsall doesn’t look like a mad scientist, but he is known to dabble in chemistry. That’s what it comes down to for the University of Maryland’s second-year football coach. He has a formula ... it’s a matter of getting it...
firstname.lastname@example.orgStefon Diggs could be more valuable than the University of Maryland might even imagine. Diggs was one of the most highly touted high school seniors in the country and had his pick of big-name powerhouse schools he could attend. The receiver shocked the...
Tags: Football, Sports, Schools, Maryland Terrapins, Randy Edsall
email@example.comC.J. Brown takes his position very seriously. After all, being named the starting quarterback for the University of Maryland football team — any football team for that matter — is an honor and a privilege. It proves that the coaches think you...
Tags: Sports, Football, Elections, Maryland Terrapins, Politics
firstname.lastname@example.orgYou might say that Randy Edsall and the University of Maryland football program are in a honeymoon period. The second-year coach and the Terrapins are going through the changes and compromises that come at the beginning of most unions. Those are the...
When we hit this part of the football season, two words become part of the vocabulary of every talking head in TV sports. Quarterback controversy. You don't see it much at the high school level, though it does happen occasionally. But once you hit...
Hundreds of fans packed into the bleachers at Dunbar's football field Saturday afternoon, and dozens more looked on through the fence. They were there to see the Maryland football team play its first of two scrimmages at local high schools. And on the...
Randy Edsall is a football coach, not a marketing guy, but he's got the lingo down. Ask him why the Maryland football team is practicing Saturday at Dunbar, and he says it's all about growing the Terps brand in this area and throughout the rest of the...
With senior quarterback C.J. Brown rehabbing a torn anterior cruciate ligament, transfer Ricardo Young took all of the first-team snaps at the position as Maryland opened its spring practice schedule Saturday at Byrd Stadium. It was a chance for the...
The Baltimore SunJunior college transfer Deon Long, a promising wide receiver, will begin practicing at Maryland atop the depth chart. The team released the chart as it prepared to open spring practices. Long, from Iowa Western Community College, may play right away....
Tags: Football, Sports, Maryland Terrapins
With C.J. Brown back in a limited role after missing last season because of a torn anterior cruciate ligament, and Perry Hills and Caleb Rowe continuing to rehab their own knee injuries, Maryland coach Randy Edsall said Monday that his two healthy...
Tags: Sports, Football, Perry Hills, Danny O'Brien, Randy Edsall
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