Maryland Receiver Stefon Diggs Would Love To Stay Home With Ravens
"Smith, who is an unrestricted free agent this year, is a fellow Terrapin who is still close with the Maryland football program. They never played at Maryland together, but the two wide receivers struck up a relationship and Smith has been a bit of a mentor to Diggs during the pre-draft process."
State of the program: Maryland Terrapins - Big Ten Blog - ESPN
ESPN takes a look at the state of Maryland football.
The NCAA freshman ineligibility crusade is totally reasonable and fair - SBNation.com
First-year college football and basketball players should focus more on academics? OK. Let's apply that rule to everybody else too.
Could making freshmen ineligible swing power away from major conferences? | NCAA Basketball | Sporting News
If only the Power 5 conferences adopted a freshmen ineligible rule, it would be really hard for them to compete with non-Power 5 schools.
Projecting the 2015 Big Ten Basketball Race: February 17 - The Only Colors
Our friends over at The Only Colors do a great breakdown of the B1G conference race. Maryland is in a pretty solid position to get a double-bye in the B1G tournament, especially after their win Thursday.
Proposed Senate bill would bolster student social media privacy - News - The Diamondback Online
Senate Bill 210, sponsored by Sen. Ronald Young (D-Frederick), would prohibit colleges and high schools in Maryland from requiring students to grant them access to their online accounts.
Feb. 25: The Changing Landscape of College Sports | The Shirley Povich Center for Sports Journalism
Brit Kirwan, Kevin Anderson, Christine Brennan, Kevin Blackistone, Missy Meharg and Akeem Davis will be on a panel at the journalism school with free pizza! Go check it out.