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A crowded rotation at running back is creating an intriguing competition for playing time at Virginia Tech.
Though he doesn’t speak much off the field, the safety has become more vocal on it.
The team will scrimmage on Wednesday.
Athletes in revenue and non-revenue sports will be covered by new agreements that ensure financial aid through graduation.
The sophomore is listed as a linebacker, but his versatility makes him a key for the Cavs’ defense.
New program set to effect in November, will cover revenue and non-revenue athletes.
David Belisle has just the right words for his young players.
Ritchie McKay, an associate head coach under Tony Bennett,is a possibility to fill a vacancy at the College of Charleston.
After working his way up the past two seasons, junior is ready to step up for Maryland secondary,
C.J. Brown and Levern Jacobs continue to perform well, while a few freshman get higher-team reps with camp winding down.
The 23-year-old, whose neck injury ended his football career, is ready to reinvigorate his track and field dreams.
After knee surgery, lineman Nate Clarke adjusts to new life on the sideline, coaching former teammates.
Guess it’s time to get excited again about the possible resumption of a sadly dormant DMV college basketball rivalry
See a college football game for the price of a Pumpkin Spice Latte.
As the regular season approaches, Coach Frank Beamer has yet to name a starter between front-runners Michael Brewer and Mark Leal.
With two weeks remaining before the regular season opener, Maryland gets some strong individual performances in open scrimmage but has more work left to do.
Sean Davis and Deon Long are among the standouts, and Randy Edsall said there could be roster moves come Monday.
In 2012, Chase Williams was deep on Virginia Tech’s depth chart and father Gregg was in NFL exile. They drew strength from a season together.
Ahead of his first season in College Park, former Potomac star set to make appearances in three countries.
After breakout freshman year, Likely still trying to ‘fine-tune’ skills at two positions.
Defensive backs Alvin Hill and A.J. Hendy look sharp during Day 12 of Maryland’s preseason camp.
Virgina coaches are hopeful their unproven wideouts can boost an anemic offense that struggled last season.
Third torn meniscus since 2011 results in Virginia Tech offensive lineman calling it quits.
After going lightly recruited in high school, former walk-on Michael Dunn turns into pillar on Terps offensive line.
As Saturday’s scrimmage nears, wide receivers Stefon Diggs and Deon Long continue to produce.
Levern and Taivon Jacobs stand out among a talented receiving corps at U-Md. training camp.
Maryland wide receivers have productive day to highlight another strong showing from offense.
Ken Ekanem, from Centreville High, is likely to start on defense for Virginia Tech after recovering from injury.
The athletic department received about $18.6 million in capital, endowments, and other gifts in 2014, an increase from the previous year.
With more than 1,100 games under Ryan Zimmerman’s big league belt, how does the Nationals star prepare for 162 games in 182 days?
Inside the season with the nation’s top-rated football prospect, Woodbridge’s Da’Shawn Hand.
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