Once A Star Recruit, Maryland's Damian Prince Now Flying Under The Radar Ahead Of NFL Draft
Former Maryland right tackle Damian Prince was one of the top recruits in the nation in 2014, but now he's flying under the radar ahead of the NFL Draft. "I really wouldn't have it any other way. I prefer to take the stairs," Prince said.
For Maryland HC Mike Locksley, Experience At Alabama Brings 'Tremendous' Value
Mike Locksley says he learned a lot from his time at Alabama that he's bringing to the Terps. "One of the things that I've learned from the last three years is that winning is a byproduct of doing all the other little things, and that's what most of my energy has been concentrated on," Locksley said.
Glenn Clark: Was Win Against Iowa A True Stepping Stone For Terps?
Maryland's Feb. 19 win against Iowa marked the Terps' first road win against a ranked team since 2008, but was it a step toward proving themselves capable of winning a really big game? Glenn Clark shares his take.
Maryland Basketball's Aaron Wiggins A Bench Player In Name Only
Maryland's Aaron Wiggins may not be on the court when the ball is tipped, but the freshman guard might as well be the team's sixth starter, and he's making the most of his playing time.
Maryland Basketball Retains Spot In Top 25 Polls
Despite a 1-1 week, Maryland men's basketball retains its spot in the AP Top 25 and USA Today Coaches Poll, released Feb. 18.
For Tony Massenburg, Jordan McNair's Death Evokes Painful Memories
For former Maryland basketball player Tony Massenburg, Jordan McNair's death evoked painful memories of the death of Len Bias. "Any time you have a major scar, regardless of how big it is, it may always be there. But eventually it will heal," Massenburg said.
Ricky Lindo Jr. Helping Maryland Men's Basketball With Defense, Energy As He Develops Offensively
Though Maryland men's basketball fans may first notice Ricky Lindo Jr. because of his short shorts, the Terps freshman has already made an impression with his defense and energy. Now, he's working to develop his offensive game.
After ACL Tear, Blair Watson Contributing Again For Maryland Women’s Basketball
After tearing the ACL in her right knee during a practice last January, Maryland women's basketball guard Blair Watson went through an arduous rehab process to return to the court, and she hasn't missed a game this year.
Maryland Baseball Entering 2019 Season With New Mindset -- And New Faces
After finishing the 2018 season 24-30, Maryland baseball opens the season with 18 new players, including 11 freshmen and seven transfers, as the Terps look to bounce back from their lowest win total in six seasons.
Five Takeaways From The Terps' 70-56 Win Against Purdue
Brooks DuBose offers five takeaways from Maryland's 70-56 win against No. 12 Purdue, as the Terps outscored the Boilermakers, 40-18, in the second half to overcome an eight-point halftime deficit.