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Maryland Minute 8.19.14 - Ohio State QB Braxton Miller reinjures shoulder, 2014 season in doubt

Potential breakout players, Alvin Hill is a "sleeper" on defense, every NCAA uniform for 2014.

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Maryland football:

Report: Ohio State QB Braxton Miller's season may be in jeopardy - Land-Grant Holy Land
Ohio State's star quarterback may miss 2014 after reportedly re-injuring his surgically repaired right shoulder. The Terps host the Buckeyes October 4 in their Big Ten home opener.

Looking at seven Terps football players poised for breakout seasons -
Check out seven players poised for a breakout year with the Terps.

Junior cornerback Alvin Hill a 'sleeper' on Terps defense -
Alvin Hill began preseason practice listed as a co-starter at the cornerback spot opposite Will Likely and has impressed teammates and coaches with his play since preseason camp began two weeks ago.

Got $4? You can buy a ticket to Maryland’s season opener against JMU - The Washington Post
See a college football game for the price of a Pumpkin Spice Latte.

After knee surgery, Terps lineman Nate Clarke adjusts to new life coaching former teammates. - The Washington Post
After knee surgery, lineman Nate Clarke adjusts to new life on the sideline, coaching former teammates.

Around the B1G:

Every new college football uniform for 2014 - Land-Grant Holy Land

Video: B1G names accept ALS Ice Bucket Challenge " Big Ten Network
Check out all the B1G folks who have taken part in the Ice Bucket challenge. Kevin Anderson's video is pretty good.

Around the NCAA:

Every new college football uniform for 2014 - Land-Grant Holy Land

American Athletic Conference All-Name Team - Underdog Dynasty
A fun game from our new friends at Underdog Dynasty. My favorite? Probably Jazzmar Clax or Thor Jozwiak. The duo at Cincinnati is tough to beat, however. [Pete]

Notre Dame's academic scandal gives rival recruiters ammo -
The Irish coaching job just got a little bit tougher in every way, including the most important for the future of the program.