Happy almost new year. Hope 2013 treated you well.
Turgeon: Jonathan Graham to make first start with Terps vs. N.C. Central
As was speculated, Jonathan Graham will get the start today against N.C. Central.
Mark Turgeon says Terps are 'starting over' and putting struggles behind them - baltimoresun.com
Looks like Maryland is basically starting over/pressing the reset button. After their win against Tulsa, Mark Turgeon wrote 1-0 on the white board in the locker room.
After season debut for Terps, recovery takes precedence for Seth Allen
Seth Allen will play Tuesday, but he needs to not push himself too much as his foot continues to recover from his earlier injury back in October.
Talking Maryland, loyalty and coaching with Ralph Friedgen - CBSSports.com
Bruce Feldman has a fascinating interview with Friedgen, who says he still watches every Maryland game (but stops short of saying he roots for them).
Greg Schiano fired by Tampa Bay Buccaneers - SBNation.com
The rumor mill has Bill O'Brien headed to the NFL and Schiano possibly going to Penn State, which could have an immediate impact for Maryland in the recruiting game and on the field.
Twitter / DanWolken: Interesting nugget this AM ...
Ralph Friedgen told Dan Wolken that he wished he'd have left Maryland "when he was hot" and that "maybe coaches who move every five years have it right." After his fifth year, Friedgen was coming off two straight losing seasons, so I guess by "when he was hot" he means after 2003.
Walker-Kimbrough Named ACC Rookie of the Week - Maryland Terrapins Athletics - University of Maryland Terps Official Athletic Site
Shatori Walker-Kimbrough of the eighth-ranked Maryland women's basketball team was voted ACC Rookie of the Week Monday for the first time in her career.
BCS reflection: Highlighting haves, have-nots
Dan Wolken reflects back on the 16-year BCS era and calls Maryland's football program mediocre.
TU basketball: For restraint at Maryland, Manning deserved gold medal - Tulsa World: Blogs
A little more on what happened Sunday night when Tulsa head coach Danny Manning, who definitely didn’t deserve two technical fouls and the first ejection of his coaching career. King Karl shows no mercy.
Maryland-N.C. Central preview: Can Terps make it two in a row? - Testudo Times
Don't forget to check out our preview of today's game against N.C. Central.