6:18 AM EDT, Tue October 21, 2014
Washington Post 17 hours ago

Terps Insider: Junior college point guard Jaylen Brantley commits to Maryland

Odessa (Tex.) Community College point guard Jaylen Brantley committed to Maryland Monday morning, according to a source close to his recruitment process. The verbal pledge comes after Brantley took his official visit in College Park this weekend, and marks the first commitment for Maryland’s class of 2015. Read full article >>

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CSN Washington 11 hours ago

Terps make minor changes to depth chart pre-Wisconsin

Maryland, fresh off a win over Iowa, has made minor changes to its depth chart as it prepares for Wisconsin. Details here.
Baltimore Sun 12 hours ago

Junior college point guard Jaylen Brantley commits to Maryland

Jaylen Brantley’s journey to Maryland included stops at two high schools, a prep school, another Division I program and now, Odessa College, a junior college in Texas. The chip that the 5-foot-11 point guard will bring with him to College Park has been there even longer.
Baltimore Sun 14 hours ago

The good and the bad from the Terps' 38-31 win over Iowa

Maryland beat Iowa, 38-31, Saturday to improve to 5-2 overall and 2-1 in the Big Ten. Here is what went well and what did not from a Terps perspective during that game:
Washington Post 16 hours ago

DC Sports Bog: Watch Brenda Frese and Mark Turgeon dance at Maryland Madness

Mark Turgeon on Friday night celebrated the upcoming Maryland basketball season by stepping out of a phone booth in glasses and a tie, then ripping open his dress shirt to reveal a Superman-style Maryland T-shirt beneath. Read full article >>
CSN Washington 17 hours ago

Edsall playfully gloats about now-famous catch vs. Iowa

The most memorable catch in Maryland's 38-31 over Iowa on Saturday may not have taken place in the field of play.
CSN Washington 18 hours ago

Maryland nabs commitment from junior college guard

Junior college guard Jaylen Brantley has committed to Maryland, Comcast SportsNet has confirmed.
Baltimore Sun 20 hours ago

Maryland is significant underdog heading into game at Wisconsin

The oddsmakers apparently do not see Maryland stacking up well heading into Saturday's game at Wisconsin.
Baltimore Sun 21 hours ago

Terps sticking with punter Nate Renfro and other notes

Maryland coach Randy Edsall said he is not planning on changing punters despite junior Nate Renfro’s recent struggles.
Baltimore Sun 22 hours ago

Terps coach Randy Edsall receives attention for sideline catch

Late in the fourth quarter of Maryland’s win over Iowa on Saturday, Hawkeyes quarterback Jake Rudock had nowhere to go with the football.
Baltimore Sun Oct 19, 2014

Despite injury, Terps QB C.J. Brown used legs to lead Maryland to victory

With Maryland trailing, 14-10, in Saturday's game and facing a third-and-9 at Iowa's 22-yard line, Terps quarterback C.J. Brown avoided a tackle attempt in the backfield, saw an opening in the middle of the Hawkeyes' defensive line and took off running for a 13-yard gain that helped set up...
CSN Washington Oct 19, 2014

Maryland hands out game balls after win over Iowa

As always after a win, Maryland handed out game balls to its top performers. Take a look at the recipients here.
Baltimore Sun Oct 19, 2014

Terps' Evan Smotrycz out 4-6 weeks after breaking bone in left foot

Maryland senior Evan Smotrycz is expected to miss four to six weeks after breaking a bone in his left foot in practice Friday, the Terps said Sunday.
Washington Post Oct 19, 2014

Terps Insider: Maryland forward Evan Smotrycz out 4-6 weeks with broken foot

Maryland forward Evan Smotrycz will miss up to six weeks with a fractured left foot, the school announced Sunday evening. The 6-foot-9 senior suffered a fracture of the fifth metatarsal near the end of practice on Friday evening prior to the team’s Maryland Madness event, an injury originally thought to be a sprained ankle. Smotrycz is expected to have surgery later this week. Read full article >>

Maryland forward Evan Smotrycz out 4-6 weeks with broken foot

Maryland forward Evan Smotrycz will miss up to six weeks with a fractured left foot, the school announced Sunday evening. The 6-foot-9 senior suffered a fracture of the fifth metatarsal near the end of practice on Friday evening prior to the team’s Maryland Madness event, an injury originally thought to be a sprained ankle. Smotrycz is […]