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Maryland basketball: tough conference schedule this season

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Maryland will face a lot of challenges throughout the season, including a very difficult conference schedule.

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Maryland Basketball

Maryland basketball schedule 2015-16: Terps start Big Ten play vs. Penn State
The Big 10 certainly did Maryland no favors with their schedule, but with a team as good as this one can be, who cares?

Maryland Basketball's Final Piece Arrives in College Park
The Terp's roster is now complete, and October can't get here fast enough.

Maryland Football

Terps DT Jefferson ready after torn ACL - Baltimore Sun
Open position battles are: quarterback, outside linebacker, defensive tackle, center, and punter. Edsall likes to play things close to the vest, so don't expect any answers until the depth chart for the season opener against Richmond is release.

Former Maryland QB Shane Cockerille settling into new role at fullback
The former four star quarterback is making the transition to a new position, seemingly, with ease.  Fullback seems a bit of an off position for Cockerille given that Kenneth Goins is likely entrenched as the starter at that position.  Maybe Cockerille will feature as more of an H back in some packages.

2015 Big Ten Expert Picks: Overrated, underrated, predicted order of finish - CBSSports.com
Dennis Dodd pegs Maryland as the most overrated team. As most Terp fans see this as a waiting year, that characterization seems unfair.