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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.
Playing its first true road game of the season, No. 17 Maryland looks for fourth straight win in Stillwater.
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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.
The postseason is about to begin. Here’s who Neil Greenberg likes in the early going.
Sportsmanship and scandal, plays both great and poor and new social activism made this year stand out -- for better and for worse.
Justin Anderson scores 14 of his 16 points in the second half as No. 6 Virginia runs away for a 70-54 win.
With 31 days between last two games, Maryland thrust back into preseason practice mode ahead of meeting with Stanford.
Eighty men and 28 women came out publicly as gay, lesbian or bisexual in 34 different sports.
Many Cuban-born players have risked their lives to play baseball in the United States. Here are three of their stories.
Linebacker Cole Farrand, defensive tackle Darius Kilgo and wide reciever Deon Long all vying to improve draft stock at next month’s all-star game.
At mom’s urging, Darion Atkins resisted the urge to give up, and the No. 6 Cavaliers are glad he did.
Junior wide receiver has until Jan. 15 to declare; Davis expected to return in 2015.
Thriving on wild ambition, Maryland alum brings new ideas to Terps basketball.
Luck has been a proponent of reform in the past.
The honor is the latest decoration for the junior, who won the Lou Groza Award last week.
From corn dogs filled with bacon and cheese to alcohol-infused cupcakes, the 2014 concession stand offerings were not for the faint of heart.
The No. 17 Terps play a lot better than they sing.
After Maryland senior forward Dez Wells missed the past three weeks with fractured wrist, his recovery remains on schedule.
Alex Rodriguez will be back, though, probably as designated hitter.
Terps reach highest ranking since March of 2007.
Offensive line coach Scott Wachenheim had been with Virginia Coach Mike London throughout his five-year tenure.
Midshipmen extend win streak against Black Knights, 17-10, to give Coach Niumatalolo milestone victory.
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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