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Senior forward was injured during Friday practice, will have surgery later this week.
Sophomore quarterback makes first appearance in two seasons, while cornerback Will Likely has another memorable day.
Greg McGhee leads a rally from a 31-7 deficit vs. Florida A&M, but the Howard’s losing streak reaches five.
Maryland rallies from an early deficit and weathers an injury scare to C.J. Brown to earn its first Big Ten home win.
Virginia’s surprising start to ACC play hits a speed bump with the Blue Devils’ decisive touchdown in the fourth quarter.
Matt Robinson will start at linebacker after missing last three games, while Christian Carpenter and Zach Dancel are still out.
Maryland hosts Iowa in first ever meeting between schools.
The redshirt junior quarterback, who suffered a torn ACL during practice earlier this week, will have surgery next week.
After two weeks of preparation, Maryland begins crucial stretch with Iowa at Byrd Stadium.
Thousands show up in College Park to see revamped Terps at annual event.
Maryland comes off a bye to take on streaking Iowa and what L.A. Goree says are ‘some of the biggest people I’ve pretty much seen.’
Fresh off a bye, Maryland looks for fifth win in first-ever meeting with Iowa.
Injuries have helped cool any debate about U-Va.’s QB rotation, but the issue could return in a pivotal ACC matchup at Duke.
An anemic offensive performance extended the Hokies’ losing streak in the Steel City.
After overcoming injuries and being a villain in two places, Dwight Howard is ready to be mentioned among the league’s best again.
Without having even played a conference game, Terrapins pick up preseason honors from league coaches and media members.
Seeking to make the NCAA tournament for the first time since 2010, Terps meet the media.
Schoenke offers support for Redskins name and team owner at a University of Maryland panel on the name-change debate.
Fourth-year coach opens up on expectations, personnel and new life in the Big Ten.
Annual event slated to begin at 8 p.m. at Xfinity Center.
Wisconsin was the unanimous pick to win the league in the unofficial poll of league beat writers.
Quarterback Michael Brewer has the confidence of Hokies coaches despite an uneven start to the season.
After struggling against Ohio State, Brown looks to return to form against opportunistic Iowa defense.
Holy Steve Bartman, this was pretty cool.
Several Virginia and Virginia Tech football players, including Cavaliers senior Demetrious Nicholson (1), have big decisions to make after battling injuries.
The redshirt sophomore, who played in 12 games last season, will provide needed depth to a banged-up position group.
One wonders how the economical strategies Friedman brought to the Rays will mesh with the Dodgers more spendthrift ways.
The American lawyer cites the league’s promise to make public the report on how the Ray Rice case was handled as evidence.
Wei-Yin Chen has a higher strikeout to walk ratio on six or more days’ rest (3.8) than he does on four (3.0) or five (2.7).
ESPN’s “30 for 30” revisits the Bay Area quake.
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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