Brendan Darr is the 106.7 The Fan beat reporter for the University of Maryland. Brendan has also helped cover the Nationals, as well as provide the Daily Bryce Harper Updates and World Cup coverage. Brendan got his start covering DC United in 2006 and has covered all the local DC sports teams since. He started at the station before the flip to sports, and immediately began covering the University of Maryland (his alma mater) after the flip. A graduate of St. John’s College High School in 2004, he is a life-long DC Sports fan.
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Maryland struggled to start the game, but turned things around later in the first half. Unfortunately for them, when the turnover bug bit harder in the second half, the Terps were unable to recover and dropped their first conference game of the season.
Before Maryland switches to the Big Ten, they have still have the awkwardness of participating in the ACC-Big Ten challenge on behalf of the ACC. Maryland held up their end of the bargain on Tuesday night at Northwestern. The Terps had a slow start to the game, but picked it up after the half en […]
Maryland has seen its season collapse, but the senior leadership on the team never let this team give up. That was evident today after the Terps fell in a 27-0 hole in the first half. The team fought back in the second half and never let the game get completely out of hand. The game […]
Maryland overcame a poor first half to pull away late from LIU-Brooklyn en route to a 91-74 victory over the Blackbirds. Balance was the name of the game for Maryland, as all ten players scored on Friday night for the Terps, and had three players finish in double digits. Maryland also continued their dominance on […]
Maryland were depleted by injuries heading into the game against Clemson, and being a thirty-one point underdog was evidence of that. Add in the loss of leading receiver Stefon Diggs and leading rusher Wes Brown, and Maryland was hamstrung before they even took the field. Oh, and they still have a linebacker starting at quarterback. […]
Well, Head Coach Mark Turgeon knew before the season that he had one starter set, and the rest was kind of up in the air. Alex Len was that starter, and tonight he showed why. Len finished the evening with 23 points, 12 rebound and four blocked shots against the number one recruit in the […]
Shawn Petty looks like a linebacker. The Terrapins starting quarterback on Saturday against Georgia Tech was wearing number 31, a sight that took many a while to get used to. Including the quarterback himself, who struggled mightily to start the game. Head Coach Randy Edsall said that at the beginning of the game, and reiterated […]
The Terps fall to 4-4 on the year and 2-2 in the ACC.
In what must seem like a joke to most Terps fans, the University of Maryland announced this week’s injury report, but preempted it with an announcement that QB Devin Burns and WR Marcus Leak are now out for the year. Burns, who converted from Wide Receiver during summer camp became the third Maryland Quarterback to […]
Maryland was dealt another blow on Monday as an MRI revealed that starting Quarterback Perry Hills tore his ACL and will miss the remainder of the season. After Hills left in the second quarter, Sophomore Devin Burns — who converted from Wide Receiver in the summer — took over at Quarterback. Burns was replaced on […]