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
Maryland Football officially kicked off their 2012 season on Monday, welcoming the media in before their first official practice tonight. The team and the coaches want to atone for a rocky 2-10 season, that was followed up with a tumultuous off-season that saw more than a dozen players transfer out of the program. Maryland is […]
The Terps had a summer meet and greet with the media. Coaches Randy Edsall and Mark Turgeon were in attendance.
Logan Aronhalt will join the Maryland Basketball program in 2012 after transferring from Albany.
Updated: Maryland Guards Stoglin and Parker Suspended For One Year For Conduct Violations; Howard Arrested, Cited
Maryland Basketball was rocked today by the announced suspensions of guards Terrell Stoglin and Mychal Parker.
The Terps add 6’9″ Sophomore Forward Evan Smotrycz from Michigan. He’ll sit out 2012-13, but will have two years of eligibility remaining.
Maryland Football announces that Kenny Tate will remain a Linebacker this year, and announce two more players switching positions.
Maryland’s former starting Quarterback Danny O’Brien is headed to Wisconsin, while another player decides to transfer out of Maryland.
Maryland got good news on Wednesday when Guard Terrell Stoglin announced he was returning for his junior year.
Maryland drops their ACC Quarterfinal matchup against top-seeded North Carolina, 85-69.
Maryland won their opening round game in the ACC Tournament with an 82-60 win over Wake Forest.