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Alex Prewitt / Washington Post 13 hours ago

Move isn’t official yet, but Terps are already planning to talk back to the Big Ten Network

Over the next several months, as July 1 approaches and the University of Maryland’s migration from the Atlantic Coast Conference to the Big Ten continues, subtle signs of the move will take shape around campus. April has featured daily prizes such as tickets and game-worn jerseys to drum up excitement. There is a motto now, imploring fans to “THINK B1G.” The logo of the old conference has disappeared from the turf at Byrd Stadium, and over the summer, the new league’s mark will arise in its place. Read full article >>

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Baltimore Sun 15 hours ago

Maryland's home football game against Michigan State will be in prime time

Maryland's home football game against Michigan State on Nov. 15 will be a prime-time kickoff on the Big Ten Network.
CSN Washington 16 hours ago

Maryland gets prime-time spot on Big Ten Network

Maryland has scored a prime-time slot on the Big Ten Network, facing last year's conference champ, Michigan State, under the lights in November.

Terps get prime-time date with defending Big Ten champs

Before its inaugural Big Ten season winds to a close, the Maryland football team will enjoy a night in prime time. On Nov. 15 at 8 p.m., the Terrapins will host Michigan State, broadcast by the Big Ten Network as one of six prime-time games this upcoming season, which BTN president Mark Silverman called “our […]
Alex Prewitt / Washington Post 16 hours ago

Terps Insider: Terps get prime-time date with defending Big Ten champs

Before its inaugural Big Ten season winds to a close, the Maryland football team will enjoy a night in prime time. On Nov. 15 at 8 p.m., the Terrapins will host Michigan State, broadcast by the Big Ten Network as one of six prime-time games this upcoming season, which BTN president Mark Silverman called “our best prime-time lineup ever” in a news release. Read full article >>
Baltimore Sun 16 hours ago

Coach Tillman declines to gloat about ACC title and top seed in school's last year in conference

No. 6 Terps will open league tournament on Friday against No. 10 Notre Dame, the team Maryland beat SaturdayJohn Tillman is taking the high road.

Reports: Terps assistant coach target Kenny Johnson headed to Louisville

Former Indiana assistant basketball coach Kenny Johnson, a Maryland alumnus who had been prominently linked to an open job with the Terrapins, has instead accepted a similar position at Louisville, an individual with knowledge of the situation confirmed Monday night. Last week, Johnson had emerged as Maryland’s top choice to replace Scott Spinelli, who bolted […]

Terps Insider: Reports: Terps assistant coach target Kenny Johnson headed to Louisville

Former Indiana assistant basketball coach Kenny Johnson, a Maryland alumnus who had been prominently linked to an open job with the Terrapins, has instead accepted a similar position at Louisville, an individual with knowledge of the situation confirmed Monday night. Read full article >>
Baltimore Sun Apr 21, 2014

Maryland target Kenny Johnson joins Louisville staff

Johnson spurs alma mater, leaving men's basketball team in search of assistant coachMaryland's attempt to lure highly-touted recruiter Kenny Johnson back to his alma mater has proven to be unsuccessful.

Updated contract information released for Terps football coaches

As the Randy Edsall era enters its fourth season, the Maryland football team integrates three new coaches onto its staff and the Terrapins march into the Big Ten, a significant restructuring of contracts has coincided with the progress. According to copies released through an open records request, offensive coordinator Mike Locksley and defensive coordinator Brian […]

Terps Insider: Updated contract information released for Terps football coaches

As the Randy Edsall era enters its fourth season, the Maryland football team integrates three new coaches onto its staff and the Terrapins march into the Big Ten, a significant restructuring of contracts has coincided with the progress. Read full article >>

Pictures: Terps baseball players shave heads for charity, cancer awareness

As the Maryland baseball team rolls forth, 10 games over .500 and hunting for the program’s first NCAA tournament bid since 1971, the Terrapins will do so with some freshly shaved scalps. After securing a series sweep over visiting Georgia Tech on Saturday, the players and staff members gathered to buzz their heads, raising money for […]

Terps Insider: Pictures: Terps baseball players shave heads for charity, cancer awareness

As the Maryland baseball team rolls forth, 10 games over .500 and hunting for the program’s first NCAA tournament bid since 1971, the Terrapins will do so with some freshly shaved scalps. After securing a series sweep over visiting Georgia Tech on Saturday, the players and staff members gathered to buzz their heads, raising money for the Vs. Cancer Foundation. According to the team’s website, Maryland had raised more than $18,000 as of Saturday, in a similar venture as last season, when everyone also went bald in support of raising awareness. Read full article >>
Baltimore Sun Apr 19, 2014

No. 6 Terps claim top seed in ACC lacrosse tourney with 12-8 win over Notre Dame

LoCascio breaks late 8-8 tie; teams will play again Friday night in Chester, Pa.SOUTH BEND, Ind. — Possession was huge in Saturday's Top 10 men's lacrosse matchup between No. 6 Maryland and No. 9 Notre Dame, and the Terps' Charlie Raffa was the difference.
Baltimore Sun Apr 18, 2014

Terps Trio: Replacing Spinelli, Faust's possible landing spots and baseball

Baltimore Sun reporter Don Markus and producer-editor Jonas Shaffer weigh in on three topics from the past week in Maryland sports.

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