5:41 PM EST, Fri December 19, 2014
Washington Post 2 hours ago

Terps Insider: Ahead of Oklahoma State, Maryland’s Evan Smotrycz takes next step in recovery

Maryland’s upcoming four-day holiday break comes at an inopportune time for forward Evan Smotrycz, who this week took another grueling step toward returning to full strength from a fractured left foot. Facing an arduous road to regain his conditioning, Smotrycz focused on running and shooting while he was fatigued, an attempt to simulate the conditions he’ll face when he takes the floor when Maryland meets Oklahoma State on Sunday.Read full article >>

Ahead of Oklahoma State, Maryland’s Evan Smotrycz takes next step in recovery

Maryland’s upcoming four-day holiday break comes at an inopportune time for forward Evan Smotrycz, who this week took another grueling step toward returning to full strength from a fractured left foot. Facing an arduous road to regain his conditioning, Smotrycz focused on running and shooting while he was fatigued, an attempt to simulate the conditions […]
Baltimore Sun Dec 18, 2014

Mark Turgeon part of new TV show 'A Taste of Coaching with Seth Davis'

Maryland men's basketball coach Mark Turgeon will be breaking bread with Seth Davis on a new TV show on Big Ten Network.
Washington Post Dec 18, 2014

Terps Insider: Month-long Foster Farms Bowl layoff brings challenges for Maryland

The four-week layover leading up to the Foster Farms Bowl against Stanford has brought plentiful rest for the Maryland football team, an opportunity for the roster to recuperate after a rigorous first season in the Big Ten. It has given the team time to heal bumps and bruises and focus on the final academic stretch of the semester. It has allowed the staff to scour the country for more recruits, and it has give players like wide receiver Stefon Diggs and linebacker Matt Robinson time to rehabilitate their injuries in order to be ready for the Dec. 30th game in Santa Clara, Calif.Read full...

Month-long Foster Farms Bowl layoff brings challenges for Maryland

The four-week layover leading up to the Foster Farms Bowl against Stanford has brought plentiful rest for the Maryland football team, an opportunity for the roster to recuperate after a rigorous first season in the Big Ten. It has given the team time to heal bumps and bruises and focus on the final academic stretch […]
CSN Washington Dec 18, 2014

Terps' bowl opponent recalls days as QB in D.C.

Stanford quarterback Kevin Hogan joined Brian Mitchell on SportsTalk Live last season. Now Maryland faces him in the Foster Farms Bowl.
CSN Washington Dec 18, 2014

Mark Turgeon: 'It’s part of college basketball'

Finals week is coming at the right time for Maryland, Mark Turgeon says, when Terrapins are trading basketball for books. Details here.
CSN Washington Dec 18, 2014

Maryland hints at new uniforms vs. Oklahoma State

Maryland took to Twitter on Thursday to hint at possible new uniforms against Oklahoma State. Take a look at these shoes.
Baltimore Sun Dec 17, 2014

One-time Terps commit Ulric Jones orally commits to South Carolina

Butler Community College defensive lineman Ulric Jones, a Maryland target, orally committed to South Carolina on Wednesday.
Baltimore Sun Dec 17, 2014

Randy Edsall lays out Terps' bowl week schedule

The buildup to the Foster Farms Bowl for Maryland will include practice and normal game-week responsibilities. The Terps will also have an opportunity to enjoy different aspects of San Francisco in advance of the game, which will be played at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, Calif., on Dec....
Washington Post Dec 17, 2014

Terps Insider: Three Maryland players selected for East-West Shrine Game

Maryland will send three seniors to the annual East-West Shrine all-star football game in January, Randy Edsall said Wednesday.Defensive tackle Darius Kilgo, linebacker Cole Farrand and wide receiver Deon Long will try to improve their NFL stock at the annual all-star showcase, which will be played at Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg, Fla.Read full article >>

Three Maryland players selected for East-West Shrine Game

Maryland will send three seniors to the annual East-West Shrine all-star football game in January, Randy Edsall said Wednesday. Defensive tackle Darius Kilgo, linebacker Cole Farrand and wide receiver Deon Long will try to improve their NFL stock at the annual all-star showcase, which will be played at Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg, Fla. Despite […]
Baltimore Sun Dec 17, 2014

Three Terps football seniors to play in East-West Shrine Game

Three Maryland senior football players have accepted invitations to the East-West Shrine Game — inside linebacker Cole Farrand, nose tackle Darius Kilgo and wide receiver Deon Long.
Baltimore Sun Dec 17, 2014

Terps' Stefon Diggs undecided on declaring for NFL draft, Randy Edsall says

Maryland junior wide receiver Stefon Diggs is in the process of deciding whether to forgo his final season with the Terps and declare for the 2015 NFL draft, coach Randy Edsall said Wednesday.
Washington Post Dec 17, 2014

Terps Insider: Maryland’s Stefon Diggs still mulling NFL draft decision; Sean Davis expected to return for senior season

Maryland junior wide receiver Stefon Diggs is still weighing the prospect of forgoing his senior season and entering the NFL draft, coach Randy Edsall said Wednesday.Meeting with reporters for the first time since the team’s bowl destination was announced 10 days ago, Edsall said he has submitted information to the NFL advisory board in an effort to gather feedback on Diggs’ potential draft stock. He’s also made calls to several general managers and college scouting directors to inquire about Diggs, who is considered Maryland’s top draft prospect.Read full article >>

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