SB Nation College Football Countdown
Speaking of the Blue Devil's, here is another story in Bill Connelly's 128-part installment examining college football teams before the season arrives.
Duke's been good at football! 2015 will tell us if Duke can *stay* good at football - SBNation.com
2015 is about staying power for a Duke football team that replaces marquee names and will have quite a few youngsters on the two-deep. A decent 2015 could set up a dynamite 2016 for the Blue Devils.
Big Ten wins conference-record 10 national titles in 2014-15 season « Big Ten Network
The Big Ten has never won more national titles in an academic year than it did in 2014-15. In all, Big Ten teams won 10 national titles, besting the conference's previous single-season record of nine in 1999-2000. Maryland women's lacrosse gave the Big Ten their record-tying ninth national title by winning their second straight national championship. The Ohio State women's rowing team delivered the record-breaking title a week later.
Diamond Stone's Father Explains Unexpected Arrival
Diamond Stone's father explains his recent change of plans, talks about his impressions of his teammates and addresses talk he could be a lotto pick in next year's NBA Draft.
2017 Wing Chris Orlina Visits Maryland Unofficially
After hosting a number of top local prospects over the weekend, Maryland now has 2017 small forward Chris Orlina on campus for an unofficial visit.
Duke adds Maryland transfer Lexie Brown | FOX Sports
Brown was second on the team in scoring last season and her father, former NBA player Dee Brown, said that she is leaving because she wants to play closer to home.
Duke Blue Devils add Maryland Terrapins transfer Lexie Brown-ESPN
Former Maryland guard Lexie Brown is transferring to Duke.
Lexie Brown to transfer to Duke - Swish Appeal
After deciding to transfer from Maryland, Lexie Brown has decided her school of choice. Brown will attend Duke, per multiple sources.
2015 Preseason All-Americans: Boykin, Elliott, Chubb, Scooby out front | Sporting News
Maryland kicker and defending Lou Groza award winner Brad Craddock lands a spot on the second team.
Top five defensive backs in the Big Ten
Will Likely was an All-Big Ten first-team selection last season and checks in at number two on the list.