Maryland and Virginia met for the final time as ACC rivals on Saturday in ugly conditions, and despite the loss of starting quarterback C.J. Brown (who was ruled out in pre-game warmups) the Terps managed to hold on for the win, 27-26.
Maryland had not won against West Virginia in their last seven tries, that streak came to a screeching halt thanks to a 37-0 Terps victory.
Things didn’t go as planned for the Terrapins last season, and allowing Danny O’Brien to transfer proved disastrous for Randy Edsall, as he watched his four remaining quarterbacks go down with season-ending injuries. But it’s a new day in College Park. Brand new.
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 University of Maryland has reached an agreement with embattled running back Wes Brown resulting in a one-year suspension, according to independent student newspaper The Diamondback.
North Carolina and its four-guard lineup have a chance at another Atlantic Coast Conference championship — thanks in part to a Maryland guard whose last-gasp shot fell way short.
Maryland, fighting for their tournament lives, were in need of a win on Wednesday against North Carolina. Unfortunately, it wasn’t meant to be. The Terrapins came out slow, and while they were able to recover, […]
A North Carolina judge declined to dismiss a lawsuit filed against Maryland by the Atlantic Coast Conference.
Maryland entered the game against No. 2 Duke on Saturday night in a must-win situation after last Sunday’s loss to Virginia at home.
Having lost four of seven since upsetting N.C. State at home in mid-January, the Maryland Terrapins are sputtering and face a critical threat of missing the NCAA tournament in a down year for the ACC. But bracketology expert for CBS Sports, Jerry Palm, says the Terps are pretty much cooked.