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Baltimore Sun Feb 15, 2019

Fired Terps football coach DJ Durkin was — by far — the state's top-paid employee in 2018 at $4.7 million

DJ Durkin was dismissed by the University of Maryland as its football coach Oct. 31, two months before the end of the year. But that did not stop Durkin from ranking first on The Baltimore Sun’s list of the state’s highest-paid employees in 2018. At $4.7 million, Durkin made more money last year...
Baltimore Sun Feb 15, 2019

Behind the scenes: How advance scouting helped Maryland top No. 12 Purdue for biggest win of season

The Maryland men’s basketball office at Xfinity Center is church-quiet and eerily calm Sunday morning, given the roller-coaster nature of the Terps’ season. What has turned into the biggest game of the season — against No. 12 Purdue — is just two days away. Video coordinator Greg Manning Jr. and...
Baltimore Sun Feb 13, 2019

3 takeaways from No. 24 Maryland's 70-56 win over No. 12 Purdue

Maryland fans have complained since the Terps joined the Big Ten five years ago about the lack of rivalries, because of the league’s imbalanced schedule as well as the physical distance between their school and the other 13. In terms of how the games played out, the matchups between Maryland and...
Baltimore Sun Feb 11, 2019

Maturity and motor have helped Maryland center Bruno Fernando go from man-child to leading man

Walking to the visiting bench a few minutes into Maryland’s game at Nebraska on Wednesday night, sophomore center Bruno Fernando was noticeably upset. Aside from grabbing a few rebounds, Fernando was barely a factor, having not taken a single shot or even touching the ball much in the low post....
Baltimore Sun Feb 10, 2019

No. 10 Maryland women exact revenge against No. 20 Rutgers with 62-48 road win, extend lead in Big Ten

In Sunday afternoon’s battle for Big Ten supremacy, the Maryland women’s basketball team not only took command of first place in the conference standings with a 62-48 win over Rutgers, but the Terps also exacted revenge. Maryland came out playing as if it had been personally wronged by the Scarlet...
Baltimore Sun Feb 8, 2019

Maryland QB Kasim Hill announces he's exploring a transfer by putting his name in NCAA portal

Maryland quarterback Kasim Hill, whose promising college career was derailed by torn ACLs in each of his first two seasons with the Terps, announced Friday night on Twitter that he has put his name into the NCAA’s transfer portal. It doesn’t mean the former four-star prospect is leaving College...
Baltimore Sun Feb 8, 2019

Maryland's Bruno Fernando named one of 10 finalists for Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Award

Three days after being eliminated from the list of finalists for the John R. Wooden Award given to the nation’s top college player, Maryland sophomore Bruno Fernando was among 10 finalists listed Friday for the Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Award. The award is given to the nation’s top center. The 6-foot-10...
Baltimore Sun Feb 7, 2019

Three takeaways from No. 24 Maryland's 60-45 win at Nebraska

The skepticism that had recently followed the Maryland men’s basketball team during its stretch of three defeats in four games seemed to reach a peak going into Wednesday night’s matchup against Nebraska at Pinnacle Bank Arena. Despite the Associated Press Top 25 media pollsters keeping the Terps...
Baltimore Sun Feb 7, 2019

In bringing together 2019 recruiting class, Michael Locksley shows why Maryland hired him

In a matter of weeks, Michael Locksley showed why he was hired to rebuild a Maryland football program torn apart by tragedy last summer, not to mention bogged down by decades of mostly mediocre results. Given what he accomplished since taking the job in early December, while splitting much of his...
Baltimore Sun Feb 6, 2019

With Maryland struggling early, 'Stix' steps up to lead No. 24 Terps past Nebraska

Bruno Fernando was frustrated, feeling a little claustrophobic with all the double teams the Nebraska men’s basketball team was throwing at him. Anthony Cowan Jr. was still in an offensive funk, seemingly trying to find a balance between not shooting too much or even at all. It was left to Jalen...
Baltimore Sun Feb 6, 2019

Instant analysis: Jalen Smith leads No. 24 Maryland past Nebraska, 60-45

Maryland men’s basketball freshman Jalen Smith spent more than 30 minutes after practice ended Tuesday afternoon getting hit with rubber blocking pads by strength coach Kyle Tarp and a couple of team managers trying to toughen up a player called "Stix” around the basket. What Smith got out of the...
Baltimore Sun Feb 6, 2019

With a top quarterback signed, Maryland's Michael Locksley flexes his recruiting muscle

The Maryland football team had landed perhaps its most important recruit of coach Michael Locksley’s short tenure, meaning the adhesive nameplate could finally join the others. Offensive coordinator Scottie Montgomery, celebrating with the Terps’ staff inside their recruiting war room, walked over...
Baltimore Sun Feb 6, 2019

After rough shooting night at Wisconsin, Maryland needs Anthony Cowan Jr. to rebound at Nebraska

Maryland’s fortunes in the Big Ten this season have often been connected to point guard Anthony Cowan Jr.’s offensive game. If Cowan shoots well, or at least decently, the Terps usually win. If Cowan shoots poorly from the field but gets to the free-throw line, they still have a chance. But if...
Baltimore Sun Feb 4, 2019

Despite recent struggles, Maryland stays ranked at No. 24 in AP media poll

There were many who figured that the Maryland men’s basketball team would drop out of the Associated Press Top 25 media poll after Friday’s 69-61 loss at Wisconsin, the third defeat in four games for the then-No. 21 Terps. The strength of the Big Ten might have helped keep Maryland ranked in this...
Baltimore Sun Feb 2, 2019

Three takeaways from No. 21 Maryland's 69-61 loss at No. 24 Wisconsin

When a team starts its conference season as well as the Maryland men’s basketball team did, winning seven of its first eight Big Ten games, a stretch of three losses in four games is a sign that something isn’t right. With the No. 21 Terps, it goes way beyond what has transpired over the past two...

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  • Bruno Fernando

    Bruno Fernando

    What We Learned: Maryland Terrapins 70, Purdue Boilermakers 56

  • Jalen Smith

    Jalen Smith

    Instant analysis: Jalen Smith leads No. 24 Maryland past Nebraska, 60-45

  • Anthony Cowan Jr.

    Anthony Cowan Jr.

    With Maryland struggling early, 'Stix' steps up to lead No. 24 Terps past Nebraska

  • Eric Ayala

    Eric Ayala

    No. 21 Maryland sloppy at foul line, leading to 69-61 men's basketball loss at No. 24 Wisconsin

  • Darryl Morsell

    Darryl Morsell

    Michigan State's Cassius Winston could be Maryland defensive stopper Darryl Morsell's biggest challenge

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