Brendan Darr is the 106.7 The Fan beat reporter for the University of Maryland. Brendan has also helped cover the Nationals, as well as provide the Daily Bryce Harper Updates and World Cup coverage. Brendan got his start covering DC United in 2006 and has covered all the local DC sports teams since. He started at the station before the flip to sports, and immediately began covering the University of Maryland (his alma mater) after the flip. A graduate of St. John’s College High School in 2004, he is a life-long DC Sports fan.
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Maryland led the game 24-20 with the ball inside the Boston College ten-yard line with just under eight minutes to go and found a way to lose 29-26. The events of how it got there are as bizarre as they are disappointing for Maryland’s seniors on Senior Day. Freshman running back Jacquille Veii fumbled with […]
Maryland had an extra week to prepare for Syracuse, and still came out lethargic. In a game with many high-profile 2014 recruits in attendance, and bowl eligibility on the line, Maryland came out and did not execute. “I thought we came out ready to play. We just didn’t do the things we needed to do […]
Randy Edsall was choking up after the game describing the injury situation and how it was his job to coach and make the best of the situation.
Maryland and Virginia met for the final time as ACC rivals on Saturday in ugly conditions, and despite the loss of starting quarterback C.J. Brown (who was ruled out in pre-game warmups) the Terps managed to hold on for the win, 27-26.
Maryland had not won against West Virginia in their last seven tries, that streak came to a screeching halt thanks to a 37-0 Terps victory.
Maryland, fighting for their tournament lives, were in need of a win on Wednesday against North Carolina. Unfortunately, it wasn’t meant to be. The Terrapins came out slow, and while they were able to recover, they couldn’t get scores consistently and fell in love with their jump shot that wasn’t falling. The mantra that “to […]
Maryland entered the game against No. 2 Duke on Saturday night in a must-win situation after last Sunday’s loss to Virginia at home.
Maryland struggled most of the day. Whether it was their shooting, or attempting to defend Virginia, Maryland couldn’t put it all together and come back against their biggest rivals. After falling behind early, Maryland let a slow start in the second half be their undoing as Virginia got it to double digits quickly and Maryland […]
This was far from a competitive basketball game, but it was just what the doctor ordered to remedy the Terps season. After a heart-breaking loss, Maryland couldn’t afford another let down, and destroyed Wake Forest 86-60, after being up by as many as 30 in the second half. “It was a heart-breaker for us, but […]
COLLEGE PARK, Md. (CBSDC) — After Alex Len put-back Pe’Shon Howard’s missed runner in the lane — or if you believe the junior point guard, his alley oop pass — pandemonium broke loose as the clock hit all zeroes and the students rushed the court to congratulate the Terrapins on their first high-profile victory of […]