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With men's soccer scheduling Georgetown in a regular season game, is there a chance more games between the schools in other sports will follow?

The Bethesda-based arbiter will try to help agree upon a settlement.

League says it's doing just fine.

The offices will open exactly one month before Maryland and Rutgers join the league.

Maryland ends up slightly in the black after cutting seven sports.

Maryland is seeking communication from at least 10 member institutions on a range of topics.

Emmert talks about increasing GPA requirements in an age when student-athletes are forced to travel more than ever.

Aird was director of volleyball operations with the top-ranked Nittany Lions.

Attorneys who have reviewed Maryland's case say all signs point to an eventual settlement.

In countersuit filed in North Carolina court, Maryland seeks at least $157 million in damages.

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