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Maryland football: thoughts and takeaways from Terps' scrimmage

Saturday's scrimmage provided a peek into the 2015 season.

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5 things Tom Dienhart learned at Maryland football scrimmage " Big Ten Network
Tom Dienhart made a stop in College Park on the annual summer trek across the Big Ten. See what he learned about the 2015 Terps at Maryland's inner-squad scrimmage.

Video: Diggs Breaks Off Another Big Return for Vikings
Now, your weekly reminder that Stefon Diggs is amazing.

Last season, a mysterious illness knocked Maryland’s Evan Mulrooney off the field. He’s ready to make up for lost time. - The Washington Post
An illness, that Mulrooney still has no idea of its origin, forced the center to sit out most of the 2014 season. Now he has worked his way into the starting lineup.

Perry Hills makes the most of his chance to run the first-team offense - The Washington Post
While camp is winding down and the season is near approaching, the Junior signal caller makes the most out of his opportunity to start in Saturday's scrimmage.

Maryland will face three in 2015 preseason AP Top 25 | CSN Mid-Atlantic
From CSN's Daniel Martin, "Maryland will face three opponents in the 2015 AP Top 25 poll, which was released Sunday. The problem? They lost by an average of 32 points per game to those teams in 2014."

Women's Basketball

Five-star point guard Destiny Slocum commits to Maryland, adding to Terps women's top class - Baltimore Sun
The five-star recruit from Idaho decommitted from Washington in April and will be playing in College Park in 2016.

Men's Basketball

Report: Maryland makes cut for 4-star Georgia guard | CSN Mid-Atlantic
ICYMI, Maryland made the final six for another top-100 prospect, this time it was four-star guard Brandon Robinson from Georgia. CSN's Daniel Martin has more on Robinson. You can also read more about Robinson and the rest of Maryland's 2016 targetson our 2016 Big Board.

Women's Soccer

Maryland women's soccer tops Navy, 2-0
ICYMI, Maryland's women beat Navy 2-0 on Sunday at Ludwig Field.