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Maryland Minute - 11.18.13 - Up and down weekend for Terps

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Two unexpected outcomes mark roller coaster weekend

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Maryland vs. Virginia Tech: C.J. Brown, Terps ‘make a statement’ with bowl-clinching win - The Washington Post
More from the big win, which left Terps in their most joyful state in Edsall's Maryland tenure.

Sunday review: Terps quarterback C.J. Brown the hero in win over Virginia Tech
After spending most of the middle of the season riddled by injuries that kept him out, C.J. Brown was the hero on Saturday.

President Obama attends Maryland basketball game, Terps hardly notice
Turgeon and players didn't focus on the fact that Obama was at the game, but agreed that it was a cool thing to have happened.

ACC football bowl projections: Week 12 - ESPN
ESPN's latest bowl projections has the Terps in the AdvoCare V100 Bowl.

Terps defense stellar in upset win over Virginia Tech
The defense -- led by Andre Monroe -- came up huge on Saturday, playing a crucial role in the victory.

One year after announcing move to Big Ten, anticipation and uncertainty reign at Maryland - baltimoresun.com
It's been about a year since the university announced it was moving to the Big Ten, and lot things have changed.

Despite loss, President Obama's visit caps 'great weekend for Maryland athletics' - baltimoresun.com
"It was a great weekend for Maryland athletics from a competition standpoint until tonight, and we came up short," Anderson said after the game. "I think what coach [Mark] Turgeon said, the outcome was somewhat disappointing, but to have the president here and the student body come out, I'm sure there were a couple of more people who came for the president."

Frese Signs Multi-Year Extension - Maryland Terrapins Athletics - University of Maryland Terps Official Athletic Site
Brenda Frese, who is in her 12th year as the women's basketball head coach at Maryland, recently signed a multi-year extension to her contract, director of athletics Kevin Anderson announced Friday.