Kansas Transfer Andrew White III Hearing From Many Schools
"I've been hearing the most from University of Maryland, Richmond, Notre Dame, Nebraska, Wake Forest, Miami, and Florida State."
Terps Transfer Charles Mitchell Eyeing Five
Mitchell has reportedly narrowed his list to Georgia, Auburn, Georgia Tech, Alabama and Charleston. If Mitchell goes to Georgia Tech, and Robert Carter, Jr., transfers to Maryland, do the Terps get the better end of that deal?
2015 NFL Draft first 64 watch list: Say hello to the next crop of prospects - SBNation.com
Stefon Diggs makes the cut! "Diggs was off to a solid start to his sophomore season in 2013 before getting injured and missing Maryland’s final seven games. He can be a big-time playmaker, though. With Diggs, think Marqise Lee because of his agility after the catch." [Pete]
Way-too-early bowl projections for 2014 season - ESPN
McMurphy has Maryland in the Music City Bowl vs. Missouri while Mark Schlabach doesn't have Maryland making a bowl, but does have Indiana bowling.
Men’s Soccer Announces Coaching Changes
Brian Rowland is being promoted to the position of first assistant/recruiting coordinator, and former Terp standout and three year captain Scott Buete will be returning as an assistant coach.
South Carolina’s history against the Columbia Regional field
Maryland is 25-16 against USC, but the two teams have not faced eachother since 1980. On the bright side, Maryland swept the Gamecocks in Columbia in 1971, the last time the Terps made the NCAA tournament.
The big 2014 Penn State football preview: The worst is over - SBNation.com
Bill C's Big Ten previews continues with Penn State. /starts chanting NOT OUR RIVALS [Pete]
Joe Burrow commits to Ohio State - Land-Grant Holy Land
Burrow was a Maryland target who was a potential replacement option if Kai Locksley ends up elsewhere. [Pete]
Tehuti Miles balances being Maryland football player and a U.S. Army veteran
Memorial day was two days ago, and this article is from last year, but Miles' story is worth a second look. "You always hear the saying ‘blood, sweat and tears,’ everything like that," said [Anthony] Rodrigues, 22, who is serving as a calvary instructor at Fort Benning, Ga. "It’s obviously related to sports. But the blood, sweat and tears left in sports is the blood where somebody steps on your cleat, or you get a broken arm, and the tears because of the pain or loss. In Afghanistan, we’re talking about blood because someone is physically trying to kill you, or the sweat because you’re out in the middle of nowhere with body armor on."