The Terps looked like a different team from the week before, jumping out early and never letting up on the way to a 42-13 victory.

An independent investigation into the June death of the 19-year-old football player found that more than an hour passed between the time he began experiencing symptoms of heatstroke and when school officials called 911.

In 2003, Northern Illinois knocked off three Power Five teams in its 7-0 start to the year. Matt Canada was the team's offensive coordinator, and P.J. Fleck was the leading receiver.

One longtime supporter said “interest in coming to games has definitely waned” in recent years, and could be compounded by the fallout from a football player's death after a team workout.

Davis attended Maryland from 2003 to 2005, where he was an all-American tight end.

The results of the external probe into the workout that led to McNair’s death are expected to be released publicly Friday.

The Terps fell to 2-1 with a thorough and deflating home loss to the previously winless Owls.

Jordan McNair's high school retired the late player's number and presented his parents with a framed jersey.

The 2-0 Terps are coming off a win at Bowling Green in which they ran for 444 yards — the most a Maryland team has recorded in a game since 1999.

Boomer Esiason and Ralph Friedgen are two prominent Terps who said they wanted the Colts head coach to get the Maryland job over DJ Durkin.

Kasim Hill has led Maryland to wins in its first two games of the year and has yet to throw an interception in his career.

Other teams in the Washington region were keeping a close eye on the weather as the hurricane made its way toward the East Coast.

The Terrapins overcame a torrent of penalties with 444 rushing yards and 38 unanswered points to finish a 45-14 victory.

Wearing a shirt with Jordan McNair's photo under his jersey, Antoine Brooks Jr. sealed Maryland's win over Texas.

Meet the wide receiver whose first three touches of his college debut resulted in a rushing, receiving and passing touchdown.

The offensive coordinator's role as interim head coach has changed where he coaches during games, but his outlook on his responsibilities remains the same.

Terps left the right guard spot open and let the play clock run out in honor of their offensive lineman who died in June.

College football fans are totally normal people. They would never overreact.

The Terrapins honored their teammate who died in June before a freshman scored touchdowns on his first three touches to help beat the ranked Longhorns for the second year in a row.

Quarterback Kasim Hill took snaps with the first-team offense during pregame warm-ups before Maryland’s season opener. 

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