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Just three days before fall camp is set to open, Maryland loses veteran receiver King,
Detroit boasts the last three Cy Young award winners but Oakland’s starters have turned in more quality performances.
Detroit’s chance at winning 2014 World Series increased slightly, but the impact is minimal.
After a relatively quiet first test in Chicago, Terps prepare to open fall camp on Monday.
After injuries derailed his junior season, the Forestville native is expected to be a key piece of a veteran defense.
Former U-Va. offensive tackle and Richmond native threw a slider down and in.
With first Big Ten Media Days appearance behind him, Edsall and Terps prepares for fall camp.
The Citi Open provides a showcase for the next generation of U.S. women who are looking to take their place among the game’s biggest stars.
Contenders eye moves ahead of Thursday’s deadline.
While some coaches and players say the Terps’ new conference has grown out of its traditional smash-mouth reputation, Coach Randy Edsall says games will still be won on the offensive and defensive lines.
The star goalkeeper plans to keep his day job at Everton, as well.
After a long rehab process, Maryland wide receiver eyes prolific junior season
At football media days in Chicago, Randy Edsall and the Terps take their first official step into a new conference.
War of words between Franklin and Edsall put to rest on Day 1 of Big Ten Media Days.
Entering his fourth year and a new frontier, Edsall reflects on a wild three-months and the season ahead.
Terps fans are attached to the basketball arena’s original name.
Fairfax’s Peter Makin, 12, lowered a 7-year-old record by one and a half seconds on Saturday at the division 6 meet at Cardinal Hill.
Bill might visit his boyhood home during the weekend series in the Queen City.
The first 25,000 fans at Nationals Park on August 17 will receive the Racing President Bill figurine.
Gary Williams, Drew Nicholas also slated to join network as men’s basketball analysts.
Juwan Howard said he couldn’t wait for the Wizards to add an black alternate uniform. It never happened.
After spending the last two preseasons in Fairfax, the Wizards will be back in D.C.
At its football media gathering, the league has a national champion and Heisman winner to puff out its chest.
After a 2-10 season, Virginia coach faces questions about job security, which could be a recurring theme for the season.
Five Brazilians and one Argentine stay behind in France instead of returning to eastern Ukrainian city held by pro-Russian rebels.
Following the decommitment of coveted recruit Kareem Ali, Maryland picks up versatile Majette to fill the void.
At the ACC football kickoff, Florida State’s Jameis Winston draws attention after winning the Heisman Trophy, national title last year.
The race between Mike Trout and the Angels vs. Josh Donaldson and the A’s is one of the big subplots to watch.
Terps coach says he loves move to Big Ten, because ‘I’m not in a basketball conference anymore’
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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