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Maryland Minute - 11.13.14 - Washington D.C. once again on top for producing NBA players

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D.C. continues to be a hotbed for elite basketball players, Brenda brings in a Top-10 recruiting class

Ethan Miller

This map shows which states produce the most NBA players - SBNation.com
Excerpt: "As it turns out, Washington D.C. has an extraordinary record of producing NBA players. With 68 current and former players born in Washington, the District's rate per million of current resident is around 125. That's five times higher than the nearest state."

A Decade of Terps' Blackout Games - College Football Roundtable
With the annual Terps' "Blackout Byrd" game this weekend against Michigan State, here is a look back at the history of this Maryland football tradition. Hint: Maryland has not been very successful. [Pete]

C.J. Brown to His Dad: No Green and White Inside Byrd
C.J. Brown's dad Clark was Michigan State’s starting quarterback in 1983, but C.J. says he's only allowed inside Byrd if he's wearing red on Saturday.

Peeping Terp: Getting To Know Wagner Basketball
A preview of Friday's opponent, Wagner.

The 2014 B1G Power Poll Week 11: The Marching Band Instruments Edition - Off Tackle Empire
Where does Maryland check in? [Dave]

Sports Rehab: Terps football coach Randy Edsall previewing the Michigan St game " CBS Baltimore
Edsall joined Sports Rehab to talk Michigan State.

Maryland Welcomes Top-10 Recruiting Class - Maryland Terrapins Athletics - University of Maryland Terps Official Athletic Site
Brianna Fraser and Kiah Gillespie, both Top-15 recruits, make up the No. 10 recruiting class in the nation.

College GameDay is heading to the Army-Navy game for the first time ever - Awful Announcing
College GameDay is going to broadcast for the first time from the state of Maryland on Saturday, for the Army-Navy game.