Friday, January 15, 2021

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Jamarr Robinson

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...

Maryland-Clemson: Turtle Power chat at noon

Fresh off their bye week, the Terps travel to Clemson on Saturday afternoon with their sights set on improving to 5-1. The Tigers (2-3, 0-2 ACC) have lost three straight and are desperate to extract revenge against a Maryland team...

Maryland-Duke: Turtle Power chat LIVE NOW!!!

**Join us in the Turtle Power chat starting at 6:00 p.m.!!!** COLLEGE PARK, Md. -- The Duke Blue Devils strolling into College Park in early October may lack the buzz of a February matchup on the hardwood at Comcast Center,...

Maryland-Morgan State pre-game notes

COLLEGE PARK, Md. -- Hoping to build upon their 1-0 start after a 17-14 victory over Navy at M&T Bank Stadium on Labor Day, the Maryland Terrapins will host the Morgan State Bears at 6:00 p.m. on Saturday night. The...

Maryland-Navy Notebook: Questions remain at quarterback

BALTIMORE -- The Terps will feel good about their 17-14 victory over the Naval Academy -- Maryland's first win since Oct. 3, 2009 -- but a plethora of question marks remain for a team trying to rebound from a...

Terps lose a heartbreaker in Tallahassee, 29-26

Today's meeting with Florida State was set up to be a complete disaster for Maryland. It was Senior Day and Mickey Andrews' last game in Tallahassee. The Seminoles were fired up to wear their horrendous new alternate uniforms. An inexperienced...

Virginia Tech, Taylor too much for Terps

Ralph Friedgen had to fight back the tears. It's been a miserable 2-8 season for the Maryland Terrapins, and their leader choked up when asked what long-time friend Frank Beamer said to him after Virginia Tech blew out Maryland, 36-9,...

Terps shelled by Cal in opener, 52-13

The Maryland Terrapins traveled to Berkeley to face No. 12 Cal as 21-point underdogs, and they looked like it on Saturday night. The Golden Bears crushed the Terps, 52-13, handing head coach Ralph Friedgen his worst opening-game loss at Maryland. ...

Running game shines in Terps’ second scrimmage

With the season opener against Cal less than two weeks away, the Maryland Terrapins conducted their second scrimmage of the preseason at Byrd Stadium Sunday afternoon. The Terps played three 15-minute quarters with the first-team offense mostly matching up against...
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