Maryland's Injury Bug: 'Nobody In History of Football Has Gone' Through ThisMaryland's incredible wave of injuries began in two-a-days when C.J. Brown, Maryland’s unquestioned No. 1 quarterback in the wake of Danny O’Brien’s transfer to Wisconsin, tore an ACL. That made true freshman Perry Hills the starter.
Elfin: Edsall May Rub Reporters The Wrong Way, But There's A Method To The MadnessIn our politically-charged town, it’s important to make friends and influence people on the other side of an issue if you want to get something done in the nation’s capital. But when Randy Edsall did just the opposite upon his arrival at Maryland, the Friedgen-accustomed media was left scratching their heads. The reason for his treatment of media members may lay in his past.
Ex-Terp O'Brien Picks Badgers; Another Football TransferMaryland's former starting Quarterback Danny O'Brien is headed to Wisconsin, while another player decides to transfer out of Maryland.
Elfin: O'Brien Transfer Another Black MarkO’Brien has decided to transfer in the biggest black mark yet in what has been an ugly 13 months under coach Randy Edsall.
Danny O'Brien, 2 Others Leave Maryland Maryland quarterback Danny O'Brien has been granted his release from the football program, along with starting offensive tackle Max Garcia and linebacker Mario Rowson.
Dan Hellie Tells Junks O'Brien Will Still TransferDan Hellie talks about his report that Danny O'Brien will transfer from UMD.
Report: O'Brien, Garcia To Transfer Out Of MarylandA report from Dan Hellie from NBC 4 in Washington said that Maryland's starting QB Danny O'Brien and LT Max Garcia were transferring, nothing confirmed yet.
Another Maryland Football Transfer, What Now?Right Tackle R.J. Dill has decided to leave the Maryland Football team and has been granted his release.
Irish Dominate The Terps; O'Brien Out For The YearMaryland falls to Notre Dame at FedEx Field 45-21.
Updates From College ParkUpdates on Maryland Football, Basketball and
Terps Fall To Rival Virginia On Senior DayMaryland (2-7, 1-5 ACC) fall to their rival Virginia (6-3, 3-2 ACC) and allow them to become bowl eligible.
Maryland Football UpdateMaryland releases it's depth chart, and AD Kevin Anderson begs you to watch the Maryland-UVA game.

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