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Maryland Minute 11.4.14 - Diggs' status uncertain beyond Michigan State

Stefon Diggs will be suspended for the Michigan State game, but could an injury suffered during the Penn State game keep him out longer?

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Maryland football

Terps star Stefon Diggs' status uncertain because of midsection injury, sources say - Baltimore Sun
Not only is Diggs suspended, but he's also injured. So he might not have played against MSU anyway.

Maryland’s Randy Edsall: Win over Penn State ‘significant’ for recruiting - The Washington Post
Let's not forget, Maryland did win the game Saturday. Should help with recruiting.

These Ten Things: No apologies or handshakes necessary -

At least one national writer doesn't mind what Maryland did before the game against PSU.

Terps could learn sportsmanship from high school boys - Baltimore Sun
Dan Rodricks of the Sun weighs in with his take on the Terps' actions against PSU.

Maryland basketball

Ranking the top teams in college basketball: 351-1 - College Basketball -
SI ranks every team in college basketball. Terps check in as 33rd best. I think that's a good starting point for this season.

With new batch of shooters, Maryland Terps basketball shows it it isn't shy to let fly -
Another nice recap from the men's basketball game Saturday. Maryland could be scary from beyond the arc.

Maryland Terps women's basketball ranked No. 8 in preseason coaches poll - Baltimore Sun

Lady Terps ranked #8 in preseason coaches poll

Around the B1G

Torrance Gibson scouting report: Elite athlete - Land-Grant Holy Land
Greeeeeeeeeeat. OSU just landed the top athlete/dual-thread QB in the 2015 class.

Men's soccer

Terps Seek B1G Regular Season Title at Rutgers - Maryland Terrapins Athletics - University of Maryland Terps Official Athletic Site
Maryland is going for their 1st B1G regular season title when they take on Rutgers. It would be Maryland's 2nd B1G title already if they were to win.

Other UMD news

Nov. 11: Ninth Annual Shirley Povich Symposium | The Shirley Povich Center for Sports Journalism
The ninth annual Shirley Povich symposium, on racism in sports, will take place November 11 and will include Kevin Blackistone, Kara Lawson, Damion Thomas, Scott Van Pelt, Michael Wilbon and Maury Povich.