The Knights will return to action at Maryland after two canceled games due to Hurricane Irma.

Coach DJ Durkin and players heap plenty of praise on the freshman quarterback after a rout of Towson.

The promotion, aimed at boosting student attendance, received some blowback on Twitter.

Terrapins should have chance to ease in first-year players in their home opener vs. Towson.

A pick-six on the first passing play? Losing starting QB for the season? None of it stopped Walt Bell’s offense from torching Texas on the road in the opener.

Sadly, it's not pictured. But the new “Maryland Pride” stand at Terps football games will fill you with pride, and Old Bay.

  • Perspective

We don’t know much about the true freshman who is now the starting quarterback because of injury. But what we saw in Texas is encouraging.

The Terps also lost starting linebacker Jesse Aniebonam to a fractured ankle in their season-opening upset of Texas.

The former Baltimore Ravens linebacker talks about his son's transfer to the Terps.

The newly named starting quarterback will get a chance to show his growth against the Longhorns.

Sophomore flashed his dual-threat skills in a backup role last season.

Bell was expected to be an important contributor in the secondary.

The Hoyas' new coach essentially slammed the door on renewing the area rivalry, though he made a playful jab about its past.

Just two weeks before opener at Texas, Tyrrell Pigrome and Kasim Hill appear to be front-runners to win the job.

Games against Connecticut and the 2017 NCAA title-winners South Carolina highlight the Terps' nonconference schedule before Big Ten play gets underway.

Coach Mark Turgeon said the schedule, however demanding, will offer a great slate of home games for Terrapins fans.

In college football’s most brutal division, will Terps fans show second-year coach DJ Durkin the patience he’ll need to turn things around?

  • Analysis

The Terrapins' slate is light on marquee matchups, but there will be opportunities for résumé-boosting victories.

The younger brother of Pittsburgh Steelers safety Sean Davis is eyeing a starting role for the Terps.

Terps’ Coach DJ Durkin and his players remain mum on the four-quarterback race.

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