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M.M. 7.15.15: Melo Trimble, potential player of the year?

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Your daily roundup of Terp related news.

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Bill Connelly's College Football Countdown:

This year, Washington State football seems less likely to totally collapse! - SBNation.com
Mike Leach looks to improve on what was a pretty disastrous season for the Washington State Cougars in 2014. Remember when people thought Mike Leach might take the reigns at MD?!


Men's Basketball:

Trimble in Conversation for National Player of the Year?
Take a look at how Melo Trimble's earning a spot on the USA's Pan American team could springboard him into the conversation for players worthy of winning the Naismith Award.

Maryland Basketball Announces Non-Conference Basketball Schedule


Terps announce non-conference schedule for 2015-16 season - The Diamondback : Sports

In case you missed it here, here are a few more breakdowns of the recently announced non-conference schedule for the Maryland Terrapins men's basketball team.

Top 3 games of Maryland's 2015-16 non-conference schedule | Comcast SportsNet Baltimore


Daniel Martin at CSN Baltimore outlines what he believes to be the top three most intriguing/challenging games from the recently released men's basketball non-conference schedule. While two of his entries may not create too much shock and awe, his number three selection may surprise some of you.

Football Fun:

See our favorite Big Ten-themed fantasy football team names " Big Ten Network

In case you were thinking about a Maryland themed...errr, I mean Northwestern themed nickname for your fantasy football team this year, here are a few ideas. I personally would go with Edsall's Pretzels, but remember, no matter what Terp themed name you come up with, no one else in your Yahoo public league is bound to pick up on it.

Misc.

TCSF Closes the Door on a Successful 2015 - Maryland Terrapins Athletics - University of Maryland Terps Official Athletic Site

For the 2015 fiscal year, through the Terrapin Club Scholarship Fund and other gifts, Maryland Athletics raised 10.1 million dollars to support scholarships for varsity student athletes.