As I noted, Gonnella was taken back to the hospital for an apparent blood clot in his leg. Prior to that, Patrick Stevens did a great piece showing how the senior captain and former walk-on was continuing to show his leadership on the team despite his injury.
Boyd expects to be ready for Terps | The Post and Courier, Charleston SC - News, Sports, Entertainment
Clemson quarterback Tajh Boyd plans to play on Saturday.
2. Nick Novak: Out of the league at the beginning of the year, Novak was signed by the Chargers after Nate Kaeding tore up his knee on the opening kickoff of the season. Since then, Novak has been automatic; he hit all five of his field goals today in Denver, including a 51-yarder1 and added two extra points. Since San Diego added him to the roster, Novak has gone 11-of-11 on field goals, 9-of-9 on extra points, and put 14 of his 24 kickoffs into the end zone for touchbacks. That's just about perfect, something the Chargers special teams never could have imagined after their disastrous 2010 campaign.
I'm so glad to see Novak doing well. He was so money for Maryland and sometimes it takes a few years for a kicker to get a regular gig in the NFL. Glad he's making the most of his opportunity thus far.
Terps' Turgeon talks Len, Faust and more before Media Day - baltimoresun.com
Great piece by Jeff Barker over at the Sun as he talks hoops with new coach Mark Turgeon.
Terps' Field Hockey Win Over Duke Begets ACC Player of the Week - Terrapin Station - A Maryland Terrapins Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
Vassalotti, from Maryland's awesome Field Hockey team, won the ACC field hockey player of the week award after her awesome play against #7 Duke.
Retro College Cuts, Midnight Madness + Memories
A new company, Retro College Cuts, is promoting their new gear and since Maryland originated Midnight Madness, they're giving away one of their retro Terps shirts tomorrow (Thursday). Just follow them on Twitter @RetroCollegeCut and retweet the applicable tweet to get entered to win the shirt.