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Maryland-Oakland postgame: With senior forward Dez Wells back after missing seven games, Terps flash depth in win over Grizzlies.
Senior forward Dez Wells scores 10 points in his first game back as No. 15 Maryland handles Oakland, 72-56.
The guard scores seven of his 29 points in overtime to give Georgetown a spirited victory over Indiana.
He helped Teddy win.
Ahead of Tuesday’s Big Ten opener at Michigan State, No. 15 Terps look for strong finish to non-conference play.
While Maryland relishes rare West Coast trip, it begins routine week of practice.
After missing last seven games with a fractured right wrist, senior forward will play in Terps’ final non-conference game.
Georgetown faces sharp-shooting Indiana at Madison Square Garden keenly aware it needs to tighten its three-point defense.
Redshirt freshman Bucky Hodges finished with seven touchdown receptions, the most for a tight end under Coach Frank Beamer.
The postseason is in full swing. Here’s who Neil Greenberg likes in the college bowl games.
The Western Conference has arguably never been better, and the arrival of Josh Smith in Houston increases the Rockets’ chances of getting out -- if he can regain his health and rein in his desire to shoot long jumpers.
With an exhausting win in the Poinsettia Bowl, the Midshipmen’s 26 seniors have a year to remember.
Terrence Tusan, 22, was one of two suspects shot and killed on Sunday evening, according to a report.
Missed 34-yard-field goal in closing seconds hands Navy a wild 17-16 win in Poinsettia Bowl.
Virginia Tech’s Frank Beamer, recovering from throat surgery, will coach the Hokies from the press box in the Military Bowl.
The Slovakian freshman adjusts to American basketball at Maryland, but his biggest strides have been made off the court.
These teams have the best chance to knock off the unbeaten, unbelievable Wildcats.
Wide receiver Stefon Diggs returns to starting two-deep, while Will Likely remains starter at kick returner.
Defensive coordinator gets five-year deal to remain in Blackburg as Frank Beamer’s top lieutenant.
Layman honored by league after leading Maryland to win over Oklahoma State.
With highest ranking since 2006, Terps move up two spots for the third straight week.
Freshman guard lights up Oklahoma State in second half, while Smotrycz shows promise in 21 minutes of action.
Crimson scores just one field goal in the first half, tying an NCAA record during the shot clock era, against unbeaten Cavaliers (11-0).
Playing its first true road game of the season, No. 17 Maryland looks for fourth straight win in Stillwater.
Mark Giannotto and — Mark Giannotto
The No. 6 Cavaliers are looking to stretch their home win streak to 17 games Sunday.
The Terps freshman leads the nation in points from the foul line after working on his strength and inside game.
Georgetown lets a 16-point lead over the visiting 49ers dwindle to one before earning an 81-78 victory.
With his conditioning still a work in progress, the senior forward prepares to play in fourth game of the season Sunday against Oklahoma State.
Germany is the new No. 1.
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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