The redshirt junior has emerged as the sixth man early on after being plagued by injuries the past three seasons.

The Terrapins trail by 26 late in third quarter and narrow the gap to three but fall, 94-86.

Maryland coach experiments with lineups in 53-point blowout, but tougher foes loom starting this week.

With defending champ South Carolina and Connecticut looming, Terps hope win starts momentum.

The highly touted freshman is mostly recovered from an ankle injury, but Coach Mark Turgeon said he is a “little bit behind."

The Terps need the talented sophomore to prove he’s stronger and more consistent.

The Terps might have to turn to Ryan Brand to be their fourth starting QB of the season against the Wolverines, who have used three.

Despite an offseason of big changes, Maryland still picked to finish second in Big Ten.

The Terps have two of the Big Ten’s top running backs, but their third might be the key.

The freshman from Baltimore makes a string of brilliant offensive plays in Maryland's only tuneup of the preseason.

Huerter will primarily play in the backcourt in his sophomore season and will also be needed as a more vocal leader.

Terps start slow but finish with a flurry to improve to 4-4 overall and 2-3 in Big Ten.

Kornheiser and Williams are owners of local establishment Chatter, where they poured drinks for an enthusiastic crowd in advance of “Monday Night Football” game.

Wisconsin’s methodical victory extended Terps’ futility against ranked conference opponents.

Damon Evans faces challenges for the football program after he was thrust into Kevin Anderson’s role midway through the season.

With Trimble gone, all eyes will be on the former St. John's (D.C.) star to run the show in his sophomore season.

The move comes after days of speculation concerning Anderson's absence in the athletic department.

The university denied reports that Anderson, who has been absent from campus for weeks, had been fired.

The schedule gets even tougher for the Terps, who have largely defied injuries and expectations.

Maryland could be starting its fourth quarterback in six games if the injured sophomore isn't ready to go.

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