It's West Virginia week. A few years ago, that was a really big deal. Maryland and WVU each had good teams and the games were very entertaining. Unfortunately for Maryland, the last several WVU games have been rather lopsided in WVU's favor. The last time Maryland beat the Mountaineers was in the 2004 Gator Bowl, when we blew them out 41-7. That win gave Maryland the series lead against WVU, at 21-19-2. Since then, Maryland has dropped six straight, and has been out scored 194-111. So the question is - do you still consider WVU to be a rivalry game? Is this still the biggest football match up you look forward to each year or has the recent WVU dominance altered your view of this game?
Does West Virginia feel like Terps' rivalry game? - baltimoresun.com
Jeff Barker asks the same question - Does it feel like a rivalry game, Terps fans?
WVU Coach Dana Holgorsen: Rivalry with Maryland still there - TI
There's been plenty of discussion about the "rivalry" with West Virginia, which most West Virignians don't really consider a rivalry. Dana Holgorsen seems to be glad it's on the schedule, but you'll note that he doesn't call it a "rivalry" either. -BB
Maryland listing four co-starters at running back
Mind games? Or is Edsall/Powell/Locksley really uncertain about which of the four should start?
Based on the merits of the situation, it should be Brown. At the moment, at least. It looks like Maryland will ride the hot hand until someone proves themselves to be worthy of the full-time gig. First that was Pickett; now it's Brown. Until someone else wrestles it away from him, it should be his spot. I'd guess the staff agrees with that, but they don't want him to get lazy or complacent. Or it's just a reflection of the fact that, really, there is no entrenched starter, really. - Ben B.
UConn vs. Maryland: Handing Out Grades For The Terrapins' First Loss - SB Nation DC
Our very own Pete Volk hands out grades after Mary'and's first loss over at SBNation DC.
Recruiting pipeline developing between Gilman and Maryland - Terrapins Insider - The Washington Post
Alex Prewitt looks at the new Gilman-to-Maryland pipeline developing.
Weekend Wrap: Terps recruit Richy Anderson comes up big in rout - baltimoresun.com
Matt Bracken takes a look at how a few future Terps performed this past week.
Duke Basketball Report - The unofficial home of Duke basketball fans and the Cameron Crazies
Duke Basketball report takes a look at the biggest beneficiary of Notre Dame coming to the ACC - Lacrosse.
#3 Terps Close Road Swing at #14 ODU Tuesday
The No. 3 Maryland men's soccer team caps a two-game road trip with a non-conference test at No. 14 Old Dominion Tuesday at 7 p.m.