Tuesday, October 4, 2022

Kevin Anderson

Terps football to play games in Baltimore in 2013, 2014

Following the excitement of 69,348 gathering to watch Maryland defeat Navy in Baltimore last Labor Day, the University of Maryland has agreed to play two more games at M&T Bank Stadium in the coming years. The Terps will welcome rival...

Friedgen leaves on high note as Terps demolish ECU

WASHINGTON -- With the backdrop of Maryland's dominating 51-20 victory over East Carolina in the Military Bowl serving as a final act, it was obvious who the day was really about. For just a few hours on Wednesday afternoon in...

Maryland-ECU in Military Bowl: Pre-Game Notes

***Join us in the Turtle Power live chat for Military Bowl coverage live from RFK Stadium*** WASHINGTON -- With the chaotic circumstances surrounding the Maryland football program over the last two weeks, Ralph Friedgen will coach his final game as...

Ravens CB Wilson discusses Friedgen firing and Terps football

The abrupt firing of Maryland football coach Ralph Friedgen has garnered plenty of negative reaction from those connected to the program on a variety of levels. So it was surprising to hear Ravens cornerback and former Terrapin Josh Wilson's comments...

Maryland forcing out Friedgen, inviting in Leach

Sources tell WNST.net the hiring of former Texas Tech coach Mike Leach is imminent.

Ralph Friedgen following Franklin out the door at Maryland?

On the same day former offensive coordinator James Franklin officially became the head coach at Vanderbilt, an even bigger bombshell is brewing in College Park. Comcast SportsNet's Chick Hernandez is reporting the University of Maryland has asked Ralph Friedgen to...

Franklin’s departure significant to future of Maryland football

The report of offensive coordinator James Franklin accepting an offer to become the head coach at Vanderbilt provides conflicting feelings if you're a supporter of Maryland football. On one hand, the coach-in-waiting was the program's heavyweight recruiter, a charismatic 38-year-old...

Terps hold on for ugly 24-21 win at Boston College

Having not won a road game in over two years, the Terrapins would take a victory any way they could get it entering Saturday's meeting with Boston College in Chestnut Hill. The Terps certainly didn't make it easy on themselves,...
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