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Bowling Green head coach Dino Babers could be a serious candidate for Maryland

After his team embarrassed the Terrapins in College Park, could the Bowling Green head coach be a candidate to take over the Maryland job?

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Coaching search

Could Maryland be in the mix for Bowling Green's Dino Babers?
Chris Vannini from mentioned on Twitter Wednesday night that he wouldn't be surprised if Maryland became involved in the Dino Babers sweepstakes. Babers leads a high octane offense and might be cheaper than some of the other options being floated. He's also very energetic and outgoing, and thus would be able to sell the Maryland program. If he could keep Mike Locksley as part of his staff, recruiting wouldn't be a big issue. Here's a full profile of Babers that we did a few weeks ago.

Maryland Basketball

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Can the Maryland Terrapins reach the Final Four this season? ESPN experts think so. More than half of the 28 ESPN basketball experts think the Terps have what it takes to reach the NCAA's most talked about basketball tournament round. The Terps got 16 votes to be exact.

Four-star guards Kevin Huerter, Anthony Cowan Jr. sign with Maryland men's basketball team - Baltimore Sun
The Maryland Terrapins basketball team received letters of intent from Kevin Huerter and Anthony Cowan Jr. They could both prove to be big pieces in the future of Maryland basketball and Terps Head Coach Mark Turgeon may just be getting started.

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Maryland forward Jake Layman is the only member of this year's team to have spent his first three seasons with the Terps. He was a major part of the team's production and NCAA tournament run last year. This time around, he's bigger, more confident and being counted on to be a leader.

Maryland Football

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Brown has been working really hard all season and was awarded with the starting job this week.

Maryland's Locksley addresses Missouri with message of unity - Baltimore Sun
In his weekly Tuesday press conference, Maryland interim coach Mike Locksley was asked about Missouri and the events unfolded there over the weekend, and he wanted to make sure unity was something that the team understood was important.

Another week, another NFL-caliber QB faces Maryland | CSN Mid-Atlantic
Maryland faces another NFL-caliber quarterback on Saturday in East Lansing. Connor Cook has thrown for just under 2,500 yards, 21 touchdowns and three interceptions. He's got an excellent offense around him and the Maryland Terrapins will have to do all they can to try and contain him.

Other Maryland Sports

Maryland men's lacrosse to meet Notre Dame in California on March 5 - Baltimore Sun
Maryland men's lacrosse will go across the country to face the Notre Dame Fighting Irish in California on March 5 looking to get a win on the west coast.

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