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Baltimore Ravens paid the University of Maryland $6.75 million to move games to M&T Bank Stadium

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Over the past three season, the University of Maryland has moved two of their home games to M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore and received just under $7 million from the Baltimore Ravens as a result.

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Football

Good news for Maryland, re: Dwayne Haskins.

University of Maryland paid millions to move football games to Baltimore - Baltimore Business Journal
Maryland received $6.75 million to move the West Virginia and Penn State games from College Park to M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore. The school received more than they would have likely received had the games remained in College Park.

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Basketball

Terps After the Buzzer: Maryland crushes Cleveland State - Testudo Times
The Terps blew Cleveland State out the water with a strong performance from Jared Nickens and Diamond Stone

Terps' backcourt tandem of Trimble, Sulaimon is starting to jell - Baltimore Sun
As a sophomore, Trimble is starting to build on his all BigTen performance from last year by developing into a pass first point guard. He's looking to Duke transfer, roommate and back court companion, Rasheed Sulaimon for guidance and confidence in his role as a leader.

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