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Top 2016 recruit Josh Jackson visiting Maryland, Cockerille transitioning well to fullback

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College football season creeps closer as Maryland continues to evaluate its starting quarterback competition. Meanwhile, the top basketball recruit in the class of 2016 took an unofficial visit to Maryland.

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Maryland Basketball

Top 2016 recruit Josh Jackson on unofficial visit to Maryland?
According to InsideMDSports, Jackson, who's widely regarded as the best recruit in the class of 2016, was on campus Monday, just over a week after saying he intended to take an unofficial visit to College Park.

The All-Time Maryland Basketball Team: Terps' Greatest Players
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Top-Ranked Josh Jackson Takes Unofficial Visit to Maryland
Josh Jackson, the No. 1 player in the class of 2016, was spotted on campus at Maryland on an unofficial visit Monday evening.

2016 Forward Brachen Hazen Set to Visit Maryland
The 2016 Columbia City (Ind.) forward could be Jake Layman's potential replacement.

Maryland Football

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Big Ten football beat writers pick most important games " Big Ten Network
The final installment in the four-part Big Ten football preview series asks a beat writer from every school for his/her team's most important game.

Cockerille Finding a Home at Fullback
Maryland redshirt sophomore Shane Cockerille made an unusual switch from quarterback to fullback this summer, but Randy Edsall is pleased with his transition so far.

Terrapins offer Chicagoland WR
Top247 2017 receiver Isaiah Robertson will likely blow up this fall on the recruiting trail. He is the No. 3 recruit regardless of position in the state of Illinois.

Maryland in the Big Ten

For The University Of Maryland, Is Big Better?
Entering year two in the Big Ten, Maryland has found the athletic and academic fit to be almost as important as the financial advantages of the move.

Maryland In The Big Ten: Past And Future
Here's how Maryland's 19 athletic teams fared during their first season in the Big Ten, along with their projected outlook for year two.'

Bill Connelly's 128-Part College Football Countdown

Nick Saban's Alabama is evolving, but it's still Alabama - SBNation.com
The Crimson Tide have lost a handful of close games over the last few years. If you think that means the downfall is coming soon, you'll probably be disappointed.