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Staff CorrespondentWhen Randy Edsall was hired as Ralph Friedgen’s successor at the University of Maryland in January, he knew he was inheriting a talented team. The challenge wasn’t necessarily in developing those players, but in getting them to buy into...
Tags: Football, Ralph Friedgen, Maryland Terrapins, Sports, NFL Draft
Staff CorrespondentAfter nine wins, including a 51-20 smothering of East Carolina in the Military Bowl last season, the University of Maryland looks to build on last year’s success and make coach Randy Edsall’s first year in College Park a memorable one. The...
Staff CorrespondentUniversity of Maryland football head coach Randy Edsall said at the Terps’ annual media day on Aug. 16 that the offense had progressed faster than the defense. Edsall, a defensive-minded coach, who was Georgia Tech’s defensive coordinator...
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email@example.comTurns out that tremor felt up and down the East Coast on Tuesday wasn’t really an earthquake after all. Nope, that was the aftershock of the Maryland football team unveiling its new uniforms. If you haven’t seen them yet, think Oregon,...
firstname.lastname@example.orgBy TIM KOELBLE email@example.com The 29th Mid-Atlantic Invitational Tournament won’t be the only big event this weekend at St. Maria Goretti’s Gael Center. The longtime tournament will share top billing with the inagural St. Maria...
firstname.lastname@example.orgFrom Richard Keller to Cokey Robertson, the first induction class to St. Maria Goretti Athletic Hall of Fame covers a lifetime, dating back to 1948 when the was school known as Saint Mary High School. Six individuals from that heritage were formally...
Maryland coach Gary Williams wants his Terrapins to play the same on the road as when playing at home. That means get the ball inside to Jordan Williams. Jordan Williams made a strong return to his double-double form to lead Maryland’s...
Tags: Basketball, Maryland Terrapins, Surgery, Sports, Athletes
Boys Basketball The first Maryland vs. Pennsylvania Showcase may not be the ACC vs. Big Ten Challenge, but the one-day event might be the first trip North Hagerstown’s team will make north of the border into the Keystone State since before some...
Thumbs up to Andrew Kipe, who's leaving as executive director of the Maryland Symphony Orchestra to accept a position with the Phoenix Symphony. A Washington County native, Kipe has been a quiet, effective leader of one of the county's cultural jewels. We...
Sex sells. That two-word phase is the unofficial motto of advertising. Display something in a provocative, suggestive and subliminal light, chances are you’ll make the sale or at least pique interest. In most cases, bacon has more sizzle....
The Baltimore SunNorth Carolina is headed to the NCAA women’s lacrosse national championship game for the second time in program history after a dominant defensive performance sparked an 11-4 victory over two-time defending champion Northwestern in Friday night&...
Running off at the typewriter … What does it tell you about how far Miami has fallen as a national draw and how little clout the ACC has among its TV partners when Miami's game against Florida on Sept. 7 is kicking off at noon on ESPN? That's...
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