Len Bias To Be Inducted Into University of Maryland Athletics Hall of FameMore than a quarter-century after his death, Len Bias will be honored among the University of Maryland's best athletes.
Kolzig, Driesell, Holliday to be Inducted into D.C. Sports Hall of FameThe 2014 Washington D.C. Sports Hall of Fame class has been announced, and will include Charles “Lefty” Driesell, Johnny Holliday, Olaf “Olie” Kolzig, Ted Lerner, George Solomon, Michael Weiss and Chris Weller.
Terps-Heels: The End Of A RivalryThey played their first game as conference rivals in December 1954. Nearly 60 years later, Maryland and North Carolina will meet for the final time in a regular season Atlantic Coast Conference game tonight in Chapel Hill.
Honors for Lefty Driesell; UMd. Coach Changed Face of Washington SportsFormer Maryland basketball coach Lefty Driesell changed the face of Washington sports like only one other coach, the late George Allen, who turned the Redskins from perpetual post-World War II also-rans into constant contenders in the 1970s en route to even greater glory.
David Elfin On Sports: Driesell Deserves Spot In Real Hall Of FameMaryland legendary coach Lefty Driesell is not in the real Hall of Fame, and that is bothersome to many people, including Lefty.
David Elfin On Sports: Remembering Maryland's Len Bias With Lefty Driesell“Len could do it all,” Driesell said. “He was strong. He could jump. He could shoot from the outside. He could score inside with a jump hook and a drop-step dunk. He was the complete package.”