The Terps' interim head coach has moved frequently and tinkered constantly.

The AAC has three teams -- Central Florida, Cincinnati and South Florida -- yet to lose a game this season, making for as compelling a race in college football as any.

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Thursday's announcement of a "select contract" for elite prospects to pursue a pro career prior to being drafted is the latest sign that "one-and-done" will be a relic of the past.

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Tuesday’s Sports in Brief

Tuesday’s Sports in Brief

From castoff to playoffs: Max Muncy bashes for Dodgers

Max Muncy earns key role on high-priced Los Angeles Dodgers

The Midshipmen try not to look too far ahead despite a challenging road to bowl eligibility.

The Terps, who return four of their top five leading scorers from last season, are hoping their standout guard won't have to shoulder the scoring load alone.

T.J. Gassnola testified about “black ops” and “dropping bags,” but what he said he couldn’t recall might be key to corruption case.

The Patriots return all of their scholarship players and add a Virginia transfer.

Thanks to the eminently reasonable minds on the U.S. Supreme Court, sports gambling is now allowed in any state that wants to pursue it, and so far New Jersey, Delaware, West Virginia and Mississippi...

The Wolfpack has given the Tigers trouble in three consecutive meetings, and has a head full of steam heading into Saturday's matchup.

The University System of Maryland said Wednesday that within one week of an Oct. 23 meeting it intends to make the commission findings public and “to announce any initial decisions and/or recommendations from the board.”

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The coach never left after the program was shut down in December 2014. Now, just two years after the Blazers returned, he has a chance at leading them to their best season.

After previously offering some takes on sports issues that intersected with politics, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad surprises with an opinion on Jim Harbaugh's Wolverines.

Maryland has just two upperclassmen who are on scholarship but Coach Mark Turgeon said: “Just because we’re young doesn’t mean we’re not talented. We have a talented group, and I like the mix."

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Turgeon has a two-fold task entering his eighth season in College Park: restore faith in the basketball team, and restore faith in an athletic department engulfed by turmoil.

Kemari Averett, a sophomore tight end, was suspended from the team and reportedly remains in jail after pleading not guilty to first-degree wanton endangerment and fourth-degree assault.

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