Friday, January 15, 2021


Demon Deacons

Terps rebound against Wake Forest, 91-70

COLLEGE PARK, Md. -- Bouncing back quickly from an 18-point loss to your biggest rival is always a challenge, even when the next game is against the worst team in the conference. Despite Gary Williams' concern that his team would...

Terps take care of Wake Forest, 74-55, for 1st ACC win

Fresh off a tough loss at No. 1 Duke and looking ahead to an imposing trip to No. 7 Villanova on Saturday, Maryland desperately needed a victory over lowly Wake Forest Wednesday night. It wasn't the prettiest of performances, but...

Terps quarterback O’Brien playing well beyond years

COLLEGE PARK, Md. -- If you glanced up at the scoreboard Saturday evening, you might have wondered how Ralph Friedgen and the Terps managed to schedule Morgan State for a second time this season. Maryland (6-2, 3-1 ACC) dominated all...

Scrappy Terps come up short in OT, fall to Wake Forest, 85-83

Greivis Vasquez leads Terps with 30 points, but Maryland cannot finish off the Deacons in overtime.

Turnovers, missed field goals doom Terps against UVA, 20-9

The Maryland Terrapins' season can be defined with one telling number: Minus 13. It's the Terps' turnover differential, and it's the main reason why their record stands at 2-5 after losing to Virginia, 20-9, on Saturday night before a sparse Homecoming...

Defense with no answers, Terps lose 42-32

If it couldn't get any worse than the opener against Cal, the Terrapins' first-half effort in Winston-Salem came close. Maryland fell behind 35-10 at halftime and couldn't recover as Wake Forest quarterback Riley Skinner threw for 360 yards and four...
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