After two straight tight games, Terps pushing to start football rivalry with Penn State - Baltimore Sun
The Nittany Lions represent Maryland's only chance to develop a real rivalry in the Big Ten. The geography works and the timing might finally be right for two teams that arrived at this point from very different directions but find themselves at similar competitive crossroads.
Maryland’s Damian Prince, Andrew Zeller banged up in loss to Penn State - Washington Post
Hopefully they're able to get back on the field for Saturday's game. But Mike Locksley had this to say about Prince: “I’m hoping that they are bumps and bruises,” Locksley said of the condition of Prince and Zeller. “The only concern I have, with like Damian’s injury, is that it’s a high-ankle type of sprain where he’s in a walking boot. With him being a big guy, those things tend to linger a little longer than normal. If you rush them back and they come back too soon, they become an issue all year long. We’ll see how he responds to some treatment here today and tomorrow, their day. We’ll have a better idea Tuesday morning once we practice.”
Maryland-Penn State postgame: Missed opportunities haunt Terps in 31-30 loss - Washington Post
Maryland had many opportunities that they were unable to capitalize on against Penn State, ultimately costing them what would have been just their third win against the Nittany Lions.
Maryland Terps struggling to finish football games - Carroll County Times
Just like the Ravens this season, Maryland is having trouble closing out close games.
Sunday Morning Coming Down // Week 8 - Off Tackle Empire
A nice breakdown of everything football related that happened in the B1G over the weekend.
DraftExpress: Top NBA Prospects in the Big 10, Part 1: Diamond Stone Scouting Video
Draft Express breaks down Maryland freshman Diamond Stone's strengths and weaknesses in two awesome videos. After watching them, you're going to want basketball to start today.