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Maryland Minute 4.14.2015 - Spring is in the air!

Football, basketball, lacrosse and even some wrestling news! We've got your UMD sports fix covered this morning.

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Dienhart: Some things learned–and not learned–from Saturday
Tom Dienhart takes a look at some of the areas where Maryland needs to improve.

Maryland football to host Michigan in prime time - The Washington Post
Terps and Wolverines will meet under the lights at Byrd Stadium on Oct. 3.

More night games added to 2015 Big Ten football slate
The Big Ten Network released the slate of nationally-televised night games it will broadcast in 2015. Michigan will play under the lights in College Park on Oct. 3.

4-star Terps QB target opens up about recruiting process | Comcast SportsNet Baltimore
Dwayne Haskins talked with CSN's Julie Donaldson about the recruiting process.

Quarterbacks lack consistency in Maryland's spring game - The Diamondback : Sports
Surprise! The Terps have problems with quarterback depth and consistency.


Stone Won't Sign Traditional Letter of Intent with Maryland
Diamond Stone won't be signing a National Letter of Intent with Maryland. But take a deep breath -- it's not because Stone is second-guessing his commitment. He is taking measures to protect himself in case Turgeon leaves before he arrives.

Why Hoyas-Terps rematch must happen in 2015-16 | Comcast SportsNet Washington
Georgetown and Maryland haven't faced each other locally since 1993. The Big East-Big Ten Challenge starts next year and Hoyas-Terps needs to happen.

Terps Offer Top-75 2016 Forward
The first reported offer from Maryland following the first April live period is out to Roman Catholic (Pa.) forward Lamar Stevens. Next season he will play alongside 2016 guard Tony Carr, who also has an offer from Maryland.


Stick Check: Terps win close ones
It's the Big Ten lacrosse update.


Maryland wrestling coach Kerry McCoy inducted into Pennsylvania Wrestling Hall of Fame - Testudo Times
McCoy, a two-time national champion at Penn State as well as a two-time Olympian, was inducted into the National Wrestling Hall of Fame last year and the honors keep coming.