Rowe Has 4 TD Passes as UMd. Beats South Florida 35-17Caleb Rowe threw for 297 yards and four touchdowns in his first start since 2013, and Maryland notched a flawed 35-17 victory over South Florida on Saturday.
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31 Cases of Viral Meningitis Confirmed at UMd.A viral meningitis outbreak at the University of Maryland, College Park is spreading, officials say.
Last-Minute FG Lifts Maryland Over Penn State 20-19Brad Craddock kicked a 43-yard field goal with 51 seconds left to give Maryland a 20-19 come-from-behind victory over Penn State on Saturday.
Dental Clinic Being Held at University of Maryland More than 800 volunteers including dentists, hygienists and dental assistants are participating in a dental clinic at the University of Maryland.
Maryland Cruises to 52-7 Win Over James MadisonC.J. Brown couldn't get his arm going Saturday, so he used his legs.
UMd. Lacrosse Player Accused of Sexually Assaulting Woman at ConcertA University of Maryland lacrosse player has been arrested for allegedly sexually assaulting a woman who fell asleep at a concert in Bristow, Virginia, Sunday night.
FBI Investigates Man in U-Md. Data Disclosure The FBI is investigating a Baltimore-area computer worker in connection with the online disclosure last month of University of Maryland President Wallace Loh's Social Security and cellphone numbers, according to court records.
Baltimore Raven, Former Terp, Organizes Supply Drive After Va. School BlazeFormer Terp and current Baltimore Raven Torrey Smith, who is originally from Fredericksburg, Va., says he is planning a supply drive through his foundation after a school in the city burned down Sunday.
No Butts About It: UMd. Smoking Ban Lacks EnforcementThe push for a smoke-free campus is underway at the the University of Maryland's College Park campus, but is administration just blowing smoke?
Moldy Books Shut Down Part of UMD Library Students at the University of Maryland, College Park were greeted with a nasty surprise when they visited their on-campus library on the first day of classes -- moldy books.
Maryland to Big Ten: Money Trumps TraditionWith the sudden and surprising announcement that Maryland will abandon the ACC for the greener pastures of an expanding Big Ten - and see an extra $8 million or so in television revenue - the Terrapins have become the latest victims in a movement to emphasize the value of the dollar over old-fashioned college tradition.