Old face, new place, same results - The Diamondback : Football
Nice article on Matt Robinson, who is finally healthy and so far has had a successful transition going from safety to linebacker.
LOVERRO: 50 years ago, Darryl Hill broke through barrier at Maryland - Washington Times
Hill is referred to as the "Jackie Robinson of Southern college football," and 50 years ago Tuesday, on Sept. 10, 1963, he knocked down one of the last remaining doors of discrimination in sports. -DT
Maryland’s Randy Edsall reflects on Connecticut tenure, expects boos this weekend
Edsall reminisces on his time in Hartford, calling his time there "great memories" and looks ahead to Saturday.
Sports Illustrated's series on Oklahoma St. football: The Money - College Football - SI.com
Yikes. This is really, really bad. OK State is in a lot of trouble, but Les Miles and a lot of other coaches who have moved on are implicated in this, too. Hold on to your butts... -Pete
ACC Post-Week 2 Power Rankings | AthlonSports.com
Athlon Sports has the Terps #7 in their ACC Power Rankings -- right above NC State and right below UNC -- and named WIll Likely their Freshman of the Week.
Breakdown: Key Terps' plays in their 47-10 victory over ODU - The Diamondback : Football
The Diamondback does a nice breakdown of several of Saturday's big plays, including Diggs' 41-yard TD catch and Albert Reid's 27-yard TD run.
USA vs. Mexico: Final score 2-0; USMNT close to World Cup berth - SBNation.com
The USA are going to Brazil, helped by a big-time 2-0 win over Mexico. Three Terps played in the game -- Clarence Goodson and Omar Gonzalez started, while Graham Zusi came off the bench. -Pete
Terps wearing "ACC Farewell Season" stickers on helmets - The Diamondback : Terrapin Trail
The Diamondback noticed that last week the Terps wore an "ACC Farewell Season" sticker on their helmets. It wasn't there against FIU, but I assume this will probably be a mainstay for the rest of the season.
Pro Terps: Baseball, Sept. 10 - The Diamondback : Blogs
Checking in on former Terps in the majors, as well as some familiar faces, including Jimmy Reed, in the minors.