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The bay colt beats Firing Line and Dortmund to become the third straight favorite to win the first leg of horse racing’s Triple Crown.
Mexican jockey Victor Espinoza, 42, felt very lucky have won back-to-back Derby races.
Maryland’s defensive lineman is newest addition to Denver’s defense, which recently transitioned to the 3-4 scheme.
All-purpose star battled injuries during three seasons with the Terrapins.
Judging from the time stamp on Julian Edelman’s tweet from the private jet, it looks like they missed the race.
For the second time in eight days, the Saints take down the No. 1 team, this time Georgetown Prep, to continue their second-half surge.
Moving onto the second phase in their pursuit of a national title, Terps meet Ohio State in Big Ten Tournament semifinals.
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The Terps’ offense is stagnant late as the Buckeyes score six of the game’s final seven goals to claim the victory.
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The situation may be normal now, but it still requires abnormal finesse among trainers and owners.
The Post's renowned handicapper Andrew Beyer says this year’s field is the most exciting in a long time.
Former Maryland wrestling standout optimistic he’ll find himself on a NFL roster by the end of the weekend.
In one of the deepest fields in years at Churchill Downs, smart money might steer clear of the short odds.
Except, there will be no crowd. Fans standing outside Camden Yards weigh in on the empty stadium.
The large fields in Kentucky Derbies present an issue for speedsters, but it can be overcome.
America’s top thoroughbred trainer and all time leading money winner is 1 for 40 in the Kentucky Derby.
After a “weird game” against the Buckeyes earlier this month, Maryland looks to get back on a roll in the Big Ten Tournament semifinals.
The guard was dismissed from Blue Devils’ program in January, but is reportedly on track to graduate this spring and would be eligible to play immediately for another school.
Ikeda is one of four Terps placed on All-Big Ten first team.
Kevin Martir and Jose Cuas, who first met on a baseball field at age 6, hope to lead the Terps to the College World Series.
Torrey Smith and others plead for peace.
The owner, a Virginia businessman and son of an Indian trainer, has a chance to win Saturday’s Kentucky Derby.
John Thompson III will have the final say on the Hoyas’ new court.
In the midst of another dominant season, the sophomore right-hander is one of 24 players to be chosen for national team competition.
Szefc becomes fastest in program history to reach milestone.
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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