Nebraska not reaping financial windfall from Big Ten move - yet - Corn Nation
Turns out Nebraska would be earning more in the Big 12 this year! The long-term is not so certain, but basically the Big 12 negotiated a new (better) TV deal after the Cornhuskers left.
But there's this, on Maryland:
Maryland, who joins the Big Ten next season, received a better deal initially (perhaps double what Nebraska will receive in 2014-15) than Nebraska, though the Big Ten is quick to point out that the situation with Maryland is quite different. Maryland is likely to face a much steeper buyout from their agreement with the ACC ($52 million, though the issue is still under litigation), and the ACC deal that Maryland left ($20 million per school) is much sweeter than the previous Big XII deal ($9 million) that Nebraska left behind. The Big Ten still believes that Maryland and Rutgers each will have to wait six years, like Nebraska, before being fully vested into sharing Big Ten revenues equally. At it's core, the Big Ten wants each school to have at least as good of a deal with the move as the one they left behind.
Tip Time for Maryland-UVA Game Moved to 9 p.m. - Maryland Terrapins Athletics - University of Maryland Terps Official Athletic Site
The start time of the Maryland men's basketball game vs. Virginia on Monday, Feb. 10 has been moved to 9 p.m. from its original tip-off time of 7 p.m. The game will now be broadcast on ESPNU.
Morning review: Seth Allen was on fire vs. FSU, but Terps need his leadership most
I think Prewitt hits the nail on the head here -- what was most impressive about Allen's 32-point explosion was the fact that he did feel under control. It didn't seem like he was just jacking up shots at every opportunity, but rather picking his spots and executing.
Allen admitted that on the three-point shot in which he was fouled, he "would have probably gotten in trouble" for taking the shot if there was no foul and he missed it.
Melo Trimble scores 47 against Gonzaga in one-point win
*drool* -- DT
Ripken, Terps Usher in 2014 Season - Maryland Terrapins Athletics - University of Maryland Terps Official Athletic Site
Billy Ripken stopped on by to help open up the 2014 baseball season.
Honorary captain Vernon Davis and the greatest U.S. curling team ever assembled | Fourth-Place Medal - Yahoo Sports
For the second straight Olympics, Vernon Davis is the honorary captain of the U.S. curling team. #HeATerp
In non-rev news, the softball team got their season off to a shockingly poor start at the Felsberg Memorial Tournament in Miami, Florida losing a doubleheader on Friday, dropping two on Saturday and losing a fifth consecutive game on Sunday.
The 2014 Big Ten all-recruit team: Ohio State owns the two-deep - SBNation.com
Damian Prince and Jesse Aniebonam make their way onto the Big Ten all-recruit team. Juwann Winfree just missed the cut, and Derwin Gray would have made it if we were including prep players.
2014 College football rankings: Initial S&P+ Projections - Football Study Hall
Maryland comes in at 56th in the initial projections, behind Northwestern and Indiana (but above Illinois and Rutgers).
Video: Pete talks Signing Day, B1G and more - Testudo Times
For those that missed it in the FanShots, I joined Mark Rogers to talk Signing Day, the Big Ten and more on Google Hangouts.
Canisius suffers first home loss to Manhattan
Our own John Langley was on the scene to see former Terp Ashton Pankey put up 16 points, 11 rebounds and five blocks.
- Terp wrestlers exorcise the Blue Devils 37-7
- Maryland-Virginia preview: Terps take on UVA for final time in Charlottesville
- Men's lacrosse went up a Mount and came down a hill with a 16-3 win
- Maryland football recruiting film reviews
- Maryland vs. Florida State reaction: Seth Allen catches fire, lead Terps to victory