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Five Takeaways From The Terps' 40-14 Loss To Purdue

Thomas Kendziora provides five takeaways from the Terps' 40-14 loss to Purdue, including Maryland's slew of missed opportunities and defensive breakdowns leaving Boilermakers open all afternoon.

Keenan Reynolds Now A College Football Analyst ... But Not Giving Up On NFL

"Whatever I do, I wanted to be connected to the game because I love football. I love watching it and I love talking about it, so I was like I feel this is a good opportunity," Navy football legend Keenan Reynolds said of his new role with CBS Sports Network.

Navy HC Ken Niumatalolo: Air Force Win 'Very Gratifying For Our Program'

Four games into the season, Navy football has already matched its win total (three) from a year ago. The highlight of the Mids' early success was their 34-25 win against Air Force Oct. 5, which head coach Ken Niumatalolo called "very gratifying for our program."

With Key Stretch Looming, QB Tyrrell Pigrome Ready To Fill In For Maryland Football

Tyrrell Pigrome will start at quarterback for the Terps at Purdue Oct. 12 in place of an injured Josh Jackson. "It's the worst way to get the job," Pigrome said, "but at the end of the day, I look at it as motivation. I'm always trying to push myself forward and do whatever I can do for the team."

Mark Turgeon, Brenda Frese Welcome Maryland's Plan For Basketball Practice Facility

Maryland women's basketball coach Brenda Frese called the university's plan for a basketball performance center a "game-changer" and men's coach Mark Turgeon highlighted the need for such a facility.

Loyola's Ann Ernst A Cool Customer On Volleyball Court ... And In Classroom

Loyola's Ann Ernst settled on volleyball in high school because she could stay cool in an air-conditioned gym. As it turns out, she's been a cool customer for the Greyhounds on the court and in the classroom.

Five Takeaways From The Terps' 48-7 Win Against Rutgers

Thomas Kendziora offers five takeaways from the Terps' 48-7 win against Rutgers, including Josh Jackson going down with an injury and depth concerns on the offensive line.

Former Towson Star Jordan Dangerfield: Ravens-Steelers Rivalry 'Indescribable'

Former Towson football star Jordan Dangerfield, now a safety and special teams ace for the Pittsburgh Steelers, has a unique connection to both sides of the storied Ravens-Steelers rivalry having spent his college years in the Baltimore area.

Freshman Ashley Roman A Defensive Stalwart For Coppin State Volleyball

Freshman Ashley Roman has proven to be a dominant defensive force on the Coppin State volleyball team by leading the team in digs by a wide margin. "I'm new this year, but this team has it in mind to win that MEAC championship," Roman said. "And I'm here to help this team to reach that goal."

After Blowout Loss To Penn State, Maryland Football Seeks Reset Vs. Rutgers

After losing to Penn State, 59-0, Maryland football's outlook for the season now depends on whether the Terps can successfully hit the reset button, and they will have to right the ship quickly, with the next test coming at Rutgers Oct. 5.

Quantrell Jones A Big Presence In Net For UMBC Men's Soccer

Quantrell Jones looks like a football player, but soccer is the UMBC goalkeeper's sanctuary. "It's like my happy place," Jones said. "It's somewhere I can go and I can relax and I can have fun. It's that one place where every little thing goes away for me."

Five Takeaways From The Terps' 59-0 Loss To Penn State

Thomas Kendziora shares five takeaways from the Terps' 59-0 loss to Penn State, including the pile up of injuries and a brief change at the quarterback position.

Spencer Tillman: No Reason Michael Locksley Can't Succeed With Maryland Football

Fox Sports college football analyst Spencer Tillman has only high praise for Michael Locksley's ability to bring in talent for the Maryland football program. "He can convince a shark that the desert is the best place to be," Tillman said. "I guarantee you, he's that good."

For Shaq Smith, Journey That Began In Baltimore Continues With Maryland Football

Shaq Smith's goal while he was growing up in Baltimore was to become the top prospect in Maryland, and he developed into an elite prospect at Calvert Hall and St. Frances. After winning two titles at Clemson, he's come full circle with the Terps.

Ralph Friedgen Looking Forward To 'Long Overdue' Return To Maryland

Former Maryland football coach Ralph Friedgen will serve as honorary captain for the Terps' big game against Penn State Sept. 27, his first official return since he was fired in 2010. "I'm looking forward to it," Friedgen said. "I think probably it's long overdue."

After Lost Opportunity Against Villanova, Towson Football Moves Forward

After a 52-45 overtime loss to Villanova, Towson football is looking ahead to a Sept. 28 road matchup against No. 9 Florida. "I didn't call a good enough game, I didn't get us right," coach Rob Ambrose said of the Villanova loss. "... We will have a better week of practice."

Three Key Matchups: Maryland Vs. Penn State

Thomas Kendziora highlights three key matchups for the Terps' Sept. 27 Friday night matchup against Penn State, including Maryland running backs Javon Leake and Anthony McFarland against Penn State's trio of starting linebackers.

Brian Newberry Brings New Energy, Schemes To Navy Football's Defense

After last season's 3-10 mark, Navy head football coach Ken Niumatalolo knew he needed to make some changes. He brought in Brian Newberry as his new defensive coordinator, and Newberry has breathed new life into a unit that struggled last year.

Navy QB Malcolm Perry Excited About His Development, More Open Offense

Quarterback Malcolm Perry is off to a strong start for Navy football, and he says the trust from the coaching staff has helped him improve even further. "Knowing that the coaching staff has my back gives me confidence and motivates me to work even harder," Perry said.

For Morgan State Football's Ian McBorrough, A Steady Rise To Middle Linebacker

Morgan State football's Ian McBorrough was honored to start his senior season on the Black College Player of the Year watch list, but he's more focused on wins that awards. "It's just getting that ring," McBorrough said. "I've been here four years. It's about time."

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