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Terps vs. Clemson game day link roundup

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A busy homecoming day in College Park begins with an open men’s basketball scrimmage at 1 p.m. and then the Maryland football team’s game against ninth-ranked Clemson’s at 3:30 p.m. Will the Terrapins (5-2, 1-2 ACC) get back on track after a devastating rash of injuries, which arguably have become more ridiculous than last season’s quarterback maladies? Or will the Tigers, all sorts of ornery after a 51-14 loss against Florida State last weekend, unleash their frustration on a battered Terrapins squad?

Check back on the blog later for hoops news, pregame football notes and your in-game discussion thread. For now, here’s your regular look back at the stories we posted this week.

In today’s WaPo: Terps look to ‘keep on trucking’ after staggering injury report

Game preview: Maryland vs. No. 9 Clemson

Injury report: C.J. Brown, Brandon Ross, Dave Stinebaugh all out

Brown suffered his injury against Wake Forest | Was benched too

Other: Starting quarterback Caleb Rowe ready for anything

Linebacker Abner Logan made most of his first career start

Offensive coordinator Mike Locksley talks struggles, Clemson

Turnover creation still a problem for Terps defense

Ravaged by injuries, Maryland insists it controls its destiny

Once-Terps commit Johnathan Thomas pledges to Penn State

Who replaces Diggs and Long? | Receivers face months of recovery

Players react to injuries on Twitter



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Alex Prewitt · October 25, 2013

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