College Sports Archive: July / August 2011
Edsall Thinks Terps Can Shine
New Maryland coach Randy Edsall thinks this year's Terrapins have all the pieces to be one of the best teams in the ACC.
• Season Previews: Navy | Johns Hopkins | Morgan State | Towson
As Usual, Hopes Are High, But Navy Has Holes To Fill
Coming off an eighth-consecutive winning season and bowl appearance, Navy is confident that the pieces are in place to extend the program's unprecedented stretch of prosperity.
• The 15: Preseason College Football Poll
New Stevenson Stadium Officially Opens Sept. 1
In early September, the renamed Stevenson University will take another significant step forward with the opening of Mustang Stadium.
Edsall Finalizing Terps' Depth Chart
Almost two weeks into preseason practice, Maryland coach Randy Edsall has seen progressive improvement from his team, especially offensively, as it continues to work towards its regular-season opener against Miami Sept. 5.
Terps Off To 'A Good Start'
Maryland kicked off preseason practice Tuesday, and coach Randy Edsall liked what he saw from the mix of new and returning players, but he was quick to add, "We still have a lot of work to do."
Travis Hawkins Looking Forward To Career At Delaware
After a disappointing start to his college career, former Terp Travis Hawkins is looking forward to bouncing back at Delaware.
Terps' Stinebaugh Vying For Starting Role
Perry Hall grad Dave Stinebaugh is looking to prove himself with the Terps this year after missing most of last season with knee and shoulder injuries before undergoing shoulder surgery in December.
Edsall Not Playing Prediction Game
Maryland football coach Randy Edsall begins his first preseason practice Tuesday, as the Terps return several key players, including quarterback Danny O'Brien and safety Kenny Tate, from last year's team that finished 9-4.
College Football Report: Countdown To Kickoff
As fans countdown the days until another college football season kicks off, Kevin Heitz is breaking down the top 25.
Five Terps Ink NFL Free Agent Deals
Although only two Maryland players were selected in April's NFL draft, several more have inked deals with NFL teams since the lockout ended, including linebacker Alex Wujciak.
Towson To Face LSU In 2012
Towson University has added a big name to its football schedule. The Tigers will face national powerhouse LSU in Baton Rouge, La., Sept. 29, 2012.
Navy And Notre Dame Extend Rivalry
The longest continuous intersectional rivalry in college football has been extended. Navy and Notre Dame have agreed to continue their rivalry to 2026, which will be the centennial year for the series.
Terrapins' Home Schedule Is Loaded
In addition to the opener against Miami, Maryland's 2011 home schedule is filled with attractive opponents, including West Virginia and 2010 bowl teams Clemson and Boston College.
Q&A: Towson University A.D. Mike Waddell
PressBox recently caught up with Towson University A.D. Mike Waddell to talk about his first 10 months on the job.
Towson's Schlehr Retires As SID
One of the longest-tenured professionals in the field of athletic media relations, Peter Schlehr has retired from Towson University.
Lewis Dismissed From Maryland Football Team
Justin Lewis, who started in 12 of 13 games at right guard last season, will not be with the Maryland football team in the fall as he has been dismissed from the program for a violation of team policies.
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