The Maryland football program has a very important item of business to address before moving from the Atlantic Coast Conference to the Big Ten in 2014: to show the ACC what a good team it’s losing.
The Military Bowl is extending its relationship with the Atlantic Coast Conference.
A judge in Prince George’s County will hear arguments in a lawsuit over the University of Maryland’s withdrawal from the Atlantic Coast Conference.
Jim Larranaga’s team has had a banner season, but they’ll likely have to beat Duke for a second time this season — this time with Ryan Kelly — to reinforce their potential to go deep in the NCAA Tournament.
Notre Dame will join the Atlantic Coast Conference starting next season, a year earlier than expected, following the split among the Big East’s football schools and seven Catholic schools that forming their own basketball-focused conference.
A North Carolina judge declined to dismiss a lawsuit filed against Maryland by the Atlantic Coast Conference.
As the final horn sounded and Maryland fans rushed the court to celebrate a rare victory over its bitter rival, weary Duke had just enough energy left to escape the mayhem for the safety of its locker room.
The Atlantic Coast Conference has filed a lawsuit against Maryland seeking full payment of the approximately $53 million exit fee for its move to the Big Ten.
Six newcomers make Maryland 10 deep, a number which pleases Mark Turgeon but also gives him pause.
As Maryland fans struggle to ascertain that they’ll be rooting for their Terps in a new conference come 2014, Mark Turgeon and Randy Edsall are elated and believe an invite to the Big Ten is an invite to better everything.