Terps Announce Plans/Giveaways for Final ACC Game
The first 12,000 fans will receive a commemorative ACC timeline poster, while Gary Williams, Lefty Driesell, Tom McMillen, Walt Williams and Juan Dixon will be available to sign autographs.
Jake Layman breaks out of slump, but Terps still need consistent shooting from him
Alex Prewitt takes a look at Jake Layman's season, including an interesting chart on his offensive rating over the year.
Gary Williams talks about Charles Mitchell situation (VIDEO) | Comcast SportsNet Baltimore
The former head coach gives his thoughts on the incident that took place during the Virginia Tech game.
No further discipline for Terps forward Charles Mitchell
In case you missed it, the forward/center will play as normal versus Virginia. The Terps will need him if they have any chance of upsetting the top 5 Wahoos. God I hate typing that.
The NIT Bracket Project - 2014
Maryland is currently projected as a four-seed in the NIT. Yay?
Maryland recently received a commitment from Virginia punter Lee Shrader, in the class of 2014. It's likely a walk-on commitment, but we'll see. It gives Maryland a solid backup option to Nate Renfro, and Shrader will likely replace him down the line.
The Indianapolis Colts have agreed to terms with former Cleveland Browns (and Maryland) linebacker D'Qwell Jackson on a reported 4-year, $22 million deal with $11 million guaranteed.
Once on the hot seat, Mick Cronin is now consistently winning at UC - CBSSports.com
Not directly Maryland related, but a good read on how the right coach can still be the right coach at a program even if the immediate results aren't there. It took Cronin 5 years to make the tournament at Cincinnati, and now they are a consistent top 25 team.
2014 college football standings predictions, custom-designed for massive homers - SBNation.com
Jason Kirk "previews" the college football season. His take on Maryland is pretty spot on.
And finally, most importantly of all...
Marv Albert paying a visit to College Park on Sunday to call Virginia-Maryland for CBS. This development summed up in one word: YESSSSSSSSS!— Patrick Stevens (@D1scourse) March 6, 2014