2:20 AM EST, Sat November 29, 2014
Baltimore Sun 1 hour ago

Terps freshman Michal Cekovsky getting hang of college game, Thanksgiving

Maryland assistant men’s basketball coach Dustin Clark has grown close to freshman center Michal Cekovsky since he started recruiting the 7-footer from Slovakia at the Canarias Basketball Academy in the Canary Islands last winter.
Washington Post 2 hours ago

Terps Insider: After season debut, Maryland’s Evan Smotrycz still “dealing with a good amount of pain”

Boos rained down inside Xfinity Center after Evan Smotrycz was called for a blocking foul with about eight minutes remaining in Maryland’s 61-56 win over Monmouth on Friday. He had rotated and tried to take a charge for his team, which was leading by just six — and he let out a loud grunt when he collided with Monmouth’s Austin Tilghman in the paint. Read full article >>

After season debut, Maryland’s Evan Smotrycz still “dealing with a good amount of pain”

Boos rained down inside Xfinity Center after Evan Smotrycz was called for a blocking foul with about eight minutes remaining in Maryland’s 61-56 win over Monmouth on Friday. He had rotated and tried to take a charge for his team, which was leading by just six — and he let out a loud grunt when he collided […]
Washington Post 2 hours ago

Leaning on Melo Trimble, Maryland avoids collapse vs. Monmouth without Dez Wells

Dez Wells stood by the Maryland bench and stared out at the potential disaster, his right arm in a blue sling. He was physically helpless as his team struggled in the second half against Monmouth on Friday night, and at one point, the senior seemed desperate. He simply screamed during one Terrapins possession: “Spacing!” Read full article >>
Baltimore Sun 2 hours ago

Playing without Wells, Terps weather Monmouth rally and win, 61-56

The new motion offense the Maryland men's basketball team has used in getting off to its best start in eight years — and the best in four seasons under Mark Turgeon — was not the only thing with moving parts for the Terps Friday night against Monmouth.
CSN Washington 3 hours ago

Turgeon on Trimble's poise: 'That’s what winners do'

Maryland needed a flawless final minute from someone to beat a mid-major on Friday night. A freshman was the one who stepped up.
Baltimore Sun 6 hours ago

'The Fridge' set to make return to Byrd Stadium

Ralph Friedgen's talking has been done in private.
Washington Post 6 hours ago

Terps Insider: Maryland football vs. Rutgers: 5 storylines to watch

1. The return of Ralph Friedgen The former longtime Maryland coach makes his return to College Park as Rutgers’ offensive coordinator, and his presence will certainly add a rich subplot. Friedgen, who was an offensive guard at Maryland in the late 1960’s, went 75-50 over his 10 years at the helm and is widely credited with reviving a struggling program when he took over in 2000. His job Saturday will be exposing a defense that has progressively become healthier and more effective over the last month of the season. Rutgers has scored just 26 points in the last three games, and struggled...

Maryland football vs. Rutgers: 5 storylines to watch

1. The return of Ralph Friedgen The former longtime Maryland coach makes his return to College Park as Rutgers’ offensive coordinator, and his presence will certainly add a rich subplot. Friedgen, who was an offensive guard at Maryland in the late 1960’s, went 75-50 over his 10 years at the helm and is widely credited […]
Washington Post 7 hours ago

Terps Insider: Discuss Maryland basketball vs. Monmouth: Dez Wells out, Evan Smotrycz back for Terps

Maryland’s riveting win over No. 13 Iowa State in Kansas City on Tuesday night came at a steep price, as forward Dez Wells suffered a fractured right wrist during the game and will miss the next four weeks. Wells had surgery Friday morning in Baltimore. Read full article >>

Discuss Maryland basketball vs. Monmouth: Dez Wells out, Evan Smotrycz back for Terps

Maryland’s riveting win over No. 13 Iowa State in Kansas City on Tuesday night came at a steep price, as forward Dez Wells suffered a fractured right wrist during the game and will miss the next four weeks. Wells had surgery Friday morning in Baltimore. The loss is a major blow for a Maryland team […]
Washington Post 8 hours ago

Ralph Freidgen returns on Maryland’s senior day as an assistant at Rutgers

Each senior on the Maryland football team will be given flowers (for his family) and a framed jersey prior to Saturday’s regular season finale at Byrd Stadium, and Ralph Friedgen will get to take it all in. He will be in a different shade of red, watching the final traces of his tenure in College Park fade in the same moment he returns to the place he once coached. Read full article >>
Washington Post 12 hours ago

Terps Insider: Maryland forward Evan Smotrycz expected to play against Monmouth

After more than five weeks of rehabilitating a broken foot, Maryland senior forward Evan Smotrycz is expected to make his season debut tonight against Monmouth, a person close to situation said Friday. Read full article >>

Maryland forward Evan Smotrycz expected to play against Monmouth

After more than five weeks of rehabilitating a broken foot, Maryland senior forward Evan Smotrycz is expected to make his season debut tonight against Monmouth, a person close to situation said Friday. While it is still unclear whether Smotrycz will start or how many minutes he will play, his return is promising news for Maryland. The […]
Baltimore Sun 12 hours ago

Terps' Dez Wells to miss four weeks with broken bone in right wrist

The announcement Friday that Maryland senior guard Dez Wells will be out a month with a broken right wrist certainly takes some of the steam out of his team's 5-0 start and its 72-63 victory over No. 13 Iowa State in the CBE Hall of Fame Classic championship game Tuesday in Kansas City.