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.
POSTS BY Brendan Darr
COLLEGE PARK, Md. (CBS DC) — Maryland football suffered two devastating losses on Saturday. The obvious is one is the on the scoreboard, where they fell 20-18 in the final seconds as a Brad Craddock 33-yard field goal hit the left upright. The other was on the depth chart, where Quarterback Perry Hills suffered a […]
The Maryland defense came in to Saturday’s game against UVA ranked #7 in the country, and despite allowing some big runs to Virginia throughout the day, the best defense in the ACC put the clamps down when they had to en route to a 27-20 victory over rival Virginia. The defense picked up the slack […]
Bill Hamid joins the Upper 90 Show!
With the 19-14 victory over Wake Forest in their ACC opener, the Terps improved to 3-2 (1-0) on the season.
Terps fail to land the biggest high school basketball duo in history.
The Maryland Terrapins (2-2) fall on the road at #8 West Virginia (3-0) 31-21 in Maryland’s best performance of the season.
In a game that can only be described as wild, the Terrapins allowed a 23-point halftime lead to be nearly erased in the second half before putting the game out of reach in the final moments. Maryland survived coughing up four turnovers, all by Freshmen, en route to a 36-27 victory over Temple. The win […]
The Maryland Terrapins entered this season knowing full well that they would be a young team, and would be prone to mistakes. However, I’m not sure they could have anticipated the start they got off to. “The young guys, you never know how they’re going to play in their first game, but they are going […]
Maryland released their two-deep depth chart for the season opener against William & Mary with a few surprises.
Maryland loses starting Quarterback C.J. Brown for the year after a torn ACL.