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Maryland Minute 2.25.11 - Torrey Smith Would Like Playing for the Ravens

NFL scouting combine: Former Maryland star Torrey Smith "would be honored" to play for Ravens
I'm not a Ravens fan, but it seems like a natural match. That would be pretty sweet, given that there's no way he ends up a Redskin.

"To be able to play for the Ravens, it would definitely be a great situation for me, being that I played at Maryland," Smith said Friday at the NFL scouting combine. "I know how demanding the fans are, what they expect and how much they love the Ravens. I would be honored to wear the purple and black."

NCAA Tournament Bubble Watch: Detailed Insanity For 02/25/2011 - Blogging the Bracket
Dobbertean says there are about 10 available bids, with 31 teams fighting for them. Here's what he says re: Maryland:

After losses at (and season sweeps at the hands of) Boston College and Virginia Tech, Maryland looks to be finished, barring an unbeaten run through the rest of the regular season and two to three wins at the ACC Tournament. ... While Gary Williams' team has just one more chance at a marquee win in the regular season, Sunday's trip to Chapel Hill, watch Wednesday's game at Miami, as the Hurricanes decided to interject themselves into the bubble conversation by sweeping Boston College.

Maryland Staff Was at Comcast Tonight
When Montrose and St. Benedict's play on your campus, you really don't have an excuse, so it was good to see the staff present. Hopefully some fans made the trip as well.

Terps Use Late Rally, Walk-Off Walk to Beat Army in 13
13 innings? Wow. They got the win, though, and move to 3-3 on the year.

Reminder: Georgetown-Maryland Lax on at 3:00 on ESPNU
Kessenich has a short preview. Definitely make sure to tune in.

2011 schedule analysis: Maryland - Dinich
Nothing we don't already know, but she's right about needing a fast start. There are a lot of home games early on, including the ultra-important Miami and West Virginia games.

Tracking the Terps: Portis: 'I didn't get a fair shot' at Maryland
On the field, I agree with him. The entire gameplan for him consisted of "run right," and "run left." Off the field, well, he did cheat.