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Maryland Minute - 10.25.13 - Terps look to learn from last season

Faced with abnormally high adversity for the second year in a row, Terps football isn't giving up

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Ravaged by injury, Terps insist they control their destiny this season
The hits keep coming, but the Terps say they will still "write our own story this season" and learn from going through the same thing last year. You have to admire that attitude after all this team has gone through in the past two seasons.

Homecoming Football Preview - The Diamondback
Really nice piece on Marcus Whitfield, who's been balancing football, school, and being a father.

Terps offensive coordinator Mike Locksley talks struggles, Clemson
Clemson's of course known for their offensive stars Tajh Boyd and Sammy Watkins, but they also have a talented defense.

The All-Americans: SB Nation's college basketball experts name the best players heading into the 2013-14 season -
SB Nation's college basketball experts name the best players heading into the 2013-14 season. Pete & I voted and our 1st team AA are the same as the ones selected here. Ditto for POY and FOY. -Dave

Terps linebacker Abner Logan made most of first college start
Logan talks about his first career start, which came about unexpectedly just five minutes before kick-off.

ESPN's Scott Van Pelt has no problem flaunting his Maryland pride - Baltimore Sun
Nice read on Scott Van Pelt, who talks about the reception he gets every time he returns to College Park and how he deals with people who say he shouldn't be publicly cheering for his team the way he does.

Graduation Success Rates rise again for Maryland football and men’s basketball programs
Good news: the Graduation Success Rate rose for both football and men's basketball this year, and in the case of basketball rose 32 percent. The overall student-athlete rate is at 86, which is a program record.