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Maryland Minute 2.19.2014 - Terps Outlast Deacs

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Maryland overcomes a slow start to knock out Wake Forest, plans for the last ACC home game against Virginia are announced, and Gary Williams shares his thoughts on the Duke possession arrow debacle

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Nick Faust's career-high 20 points leads the Terps in win over Wake Forest
The Terps got off to a slow start, but Nick Faust provided much needed energy and scoring off the bench. Maryland desperately needed this win, and they delivered.

Gary Williams on funny stuff and the Duke scorer’s table
I <3 Gary. -- Dave

Maryland Announces Plans for Final ACC Game - Maryland Terrapins Athletics - University of Maryland Terps Official Athletic Site
For the last ACC game, Maryland will have an autograph session with Juan Dixon, Walt Williams and others, as well as photos and other events. [Pete]

For Maryland men’s basketball’s scout team, constant change has become the norm
Informative article on the portion of the Maryland basketball team that rarely sees the spotlight.

2013 college football offensive line rankings: Line yards, opportunity rates, etc. - Football Study Hall
The Terps ranked 44th in the nation in adjusted line yards last season, but saw much more success protecting the pass than run blocking. [Pete]

2013 college football defensive line rankings: Who stood up to run blocking or rushed the passer best? - Football Study Hall
On the defensive line side of things, Maryland was second in the nation on passing downs and third at stopping short-yardage runs. The unit was really, really good. [Pete]