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Severna Park's Mike Minte Keeping Perry Hills Upright

Severna Park graduate Mike Minter, who was initially a walk-on, has overcome numerous injuries to play a key role for a Terps offensive line that has allowed Maryland to run for nearly 250 yards per game.

Terps, Mark Turgeon Patiently Moving Forward Together

Stan "The Fan" Charles says Maryland made the right move in extending Mark Turgeon's contract, as the head coach has shown steady progress during his tenure.

2016 Orioles Roster Review: The Replaceable Pitchers

Paul Folkemer looks back at the 10 pitchers who added the least value to the 2016 Baltimore Orioles, from reliever T.J. McFarland to starter Yovani Gallardo.

Glenn Clark's NFL Power Rankings: Week Eight

Glenn Clark shares his NFL power rankings for Week Eight of the 2016 season, and the Baltimore Ravens drop four spots to No. 21.

Navy Looks To Maintain Momentum Against South Florida

The only undefeated team in the American Athletic Conference, Navy football will face one of its biggest road challenges of the season when the Midshipmen take on South Florida Oct. 28.

Terps' Talented Recruiting Class Shares Special Bond

Maryland basketball's five freshmen first got to know each other over social media, and the Terps' youngest players are bonding quickly on the court and off.