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Baltimore Sun Oct 19, 2018

Five things to look for in Maryland's football game at No. 19 Iowa on Saturday

If you believe Maryland interim coach Matt Canada and his players, every game is a new football season. Maryland has gone unbeaten in four of its seasons, starting with a 1-0 record after a 34-29 win over then-No. 23 Texas on Sept. 1. The Terps have also gone winless in two other seasons, most...
Baltimore Sun Oct 18, 2018

Early bowl projections for Maryland football: All signs point to Pinstripe

At 4-2, the Maryland football team needs just two victories to become bowl eligible for the first time since 2016. Though the Terps have four currently ranked teams remaining on their schedule, starting Saturday at No. 19 Iowa, Maryland will likely be favored at home against Illinois and on the...
Baltimore Sun Oct 17, 2018

Board of regents to be briefed Friday on investigation into University of Maryland football culture

The University System of Maryland’s governing body will be briefed Friday on the results of an investigation into the University of Maryland, College Park’s football culture after the death of 19-year-old offensive lineman Jordan McNair and subsequent media reports that the team was ruled by bullying...
Baltimore Sun Oct 17, 2018

New number, new stroke and a new Darryl Morsell for Maryland basketball

On a Maryland men’s basketball team that features several new faces, sophomore guard Darryl Morsell is one of the few who was part of last year’s team. Except in the case of the former Mount Saint Joseph standout, there’s a distinctly new look to Morsell and his game. It starts with his number...
Baltimore Sun Oct 16, 2018

Despite five-star status, Jalen Smith begins college career under the radar at Maryland

The landscape of college basketball has changed dramatically since Joe Smith came to Maryland a quarter-century ago as a relatively unknown prospect and left after two seasons as the No. 1 overall pick in the NBA draft. The perception of the Maryland program has also changed since Diamond Stone...
Baltimore Sun Oct 16, 2018

With improved defense, Maryland football winning the turnover battle in Big Ten

When he was offensive coordinator at Maryland the past two years, Walt Belt often cited a well-worn statistic about the correlation between winning games and turnovers. “If you win the turnover battle, you’ll win 99.89 percent of the time,” Bell said. Matt Canada, who was brought in to replace...
Baltimore Sun Oct 14, 2018

5 takeaways from Maryland's first half of the 2018 season

Four months to the day that teammate Jordan McNair died after suffering heat stroke, the Maryland football team beat Rutgers, 35-7, to win its fourth game, equaling last season’s total. Interim coach and offensive coordinator Matt Canada credited his players and fellow staff members, saying, “Our...
Baltimore Sun Oct 13, 2018

Schmuck: Maryland QB Kasim Hill still a work in progress despite three touchdowns in win over Rutgers

On an afternoon when the Maryland football team did exactly what everyone thought it was going to do to woeful Rutgers, quarterback Kasim Hill threw three flashy touchdown passes and reminded us all how good he can be. He also left us to wonder why, for every one of those bursts of brilliance,...
Baltimore Sun Oct 13, 2018

A happy homecoming for Maryland: Terps bounce back to rout Rutgers, 34-7

Maryland came into Saturday’s game as 23-point favorites over Rutgers. And both Maryland and its fans — those who came for homecoming and those who just put down a winning wager — celebrated Saturday. Behind three touchdown passes from redshirt freshman quarterback Kasim Hill and five interceptions...
Baltimore Sun Oct 11, 2018

Maryland's Anthony Cowan Jr. named preseason all-Big Ten

Maryland guard Anthony Cowan Jr. was among 10 players selected to the Big Ten’s preseason all-conference team, the league announced Thursday before its Media Day in Chicago. As a sophomore last season, Cowan was selected third-team all-Big Ten and to the league’s all-defensive team after leading...
Baltimore Sun Oct 11, 2018

Once hesitant about making the switch from receiver, Tino Ellis is turning the corner for Maryland

Early on in his football development, Tino Ellis was told that he should think about switching from wide receiver to cornerback. First it was his father, Chuck, who coached the younger of his two sons on a youth football team in Gambrills. It was in a league not limited by size and the younger...
Baltimore Sun Oct 9, 2018

Canada doesn't foresee any change in Maryland QB rotation for Rutgers

Despite the struggles for redshirt freshman Kasim Hill in Maryland’s two losses this season, interim coach and offensive coordinator Matt Canada doesn’t plan on making a change at quarterback going into Saturday’s game against Rutgers. Canada said at a news conference Tuesday that he hopes to play...
Baltimore Sun Oct 8, 2018

Why did so few Maryland football players talk to an investigator about Jordan McNair's last practice?

Dozens of players were on the field the day University of Maryland football player Jordan McNair fell ill during practice, suffering heatstroke that would lead to his death. But just six players agreed to speak to the consultant the university hired to investigate what happened that day — and how...
Baltimore Sun Oct 6, 2018

Maryland football routed on road by No. 15 Michigan, 42-21, for first Big Ten loss

The offense sputtered and the penalty woes continued for the Maryland football team in a 42-21 loss to No. 15 Michigan on Saturday. The Terps (3-2, 1-1 Big Ten) converted just 11 first downs and racked up 107 yards on penalties in the Big Ten East rout. Maryland entered the game as the sixth-most...
Baltimore Sun Oct 2, 2018

Ankle injury sidelines Maryland QB Max Bortenschlager for remainder of season

Has the Maryland quarterback injury bug bitten again? Not really, but the Terps are down one player at that position. A year after taking over as the starter when both Tyrrell Pigrome and Kasim Hill suffered season-ending ACL injuries within the first three games, Max Bortenschlager saw his junior...

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    Tyrrell Pigrome

    No. 19 Iowa pummels Maryland 23-0 for 3rd straight win

  • Kasim Hill

    Kasim Hill

    Schmuck: Maryland QB Kasim Hill still a work in progress despite three touchdowns in win over Rutgers

  • Tre Watson

    Tre Watson

    Grad transfer Tre Watson making more than tackles as he fits in at Maryland

  • Max Bortenschlager

    Max Bortenschlager

    Ankle injury sidelines Maryland QB Max Bortenschlager for remainder of season

  • Lorenzo Harrison III

    Lorenzo Harrison III

    Maryland running back Lorenzo Harrison III out for the season with knee injury

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