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Maryland Minute - 6.9.2015 - What goes up must come down

Maryland athletics had been on a roll but baseball got bounced from the NCAA Super Regionals and wide receiver Juwann Winfree was suspended indefinitely after violating the student code of conduct for the second time in eight months.

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Terps WR Juwann Winfree suspended indefinitely - The Washington Post
The promising sophomore was suspended for the second time in the past eight months for violating the student code of conduct.

Maryland WR Juwann Winfree Suspended Indefinitely
Levern Jacobs, who missed all of last season due to his own suspension, is expected to be the team's number one option at wide receiver.

2015 Big Ten football power rankings get fun after the obvious top 2 -
There's no question about which teams you should consider the Big Ten's best. Bill Connelly has the Buckeye's first, Sparty second, and Maryland ninth.

Unit Rankings: Michigan State tops Big Ten East offensive lines " Big Ten Network
It all begins up front. If that is the case, the Terrapins might be in trouble according to Tom Dienhart. He ranks Maryland's offensive line dead last in the Big Ten East.

Big Things On The Horizon For Fish
2016 OL Eddy Fish says that there is "big mutual interest in Maryland."

Men's Basketball

Terps to play Princeton at Royal Farms Arena - Baltimore Sun
The Maryland men's basketball team will play its first game in Baltimore since 1999 when the Terps meet Princeton at Royal Farms Arena on Dec. 19.

Report: Maryland Basketball to Return to Baltimore
The Baltimore Sun is reporting that Maryland basketball will face Princeton in Baltimore on Dec. 19 at Royals Farm Arena.


Maryland baseball: 2015 was another banner year for the Terps - Testudo Times
Maryland showed that 2014 wasn't a fluke, and came up just short of its first trip to the College World Series. In the process, it won 42 games and had a first-team All-American.