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Will Likely believes he is the best corner in the Big Ten

The Big Ten isn't short on good corners, but to most accounts, including Likely's, he tops them all.

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Maryland’s Will Likely thinks he’s the best cornerback in the Big Ten - The Washington Post
After being probed on his placement among Big Ten corners, the Junior defensive back shared his thoughts while also adding that he ranks high in another category.

VIDEO: Tino Ellis picks hat, explains commitment to Maryland | Comcast SportsNet Washington
The four-star receiver explains, in video, his comfort with choosing the University of Maryland.

Survey says: Big Ten players assemble their all-time B1G Team " Big Ten Network
See what Terp landed on the all-time Big Ten team, choosen by current players.

Long summer days paying off for Maryland’s Andrew Zeller - The Washington Post
Anchoring the offensive line as a 5th year senior, Zeller explains balancing his role as a mentor to the younger linemen grad-student studies.

Maryland's Most Important Football Players: No. 3 Brad Craddock
Yes, that Brad Craddock. It's not often that kickers rank as the third most important player on the team, but when they do, they break a nearly 30 game winless streak against Penn State.

Maryland transfer QB clears final hurdle with NCAA | Comcast SportsNet Baltimore
Coach Edsall informed the media that the NCAA has granted transfer quarterback Daxx Garman a waiver to play in the upcoming season.

James Franklin, Penn State players brush off potential rivalry with Maryland - The Washington Post
Coach Franklin insists on taking it "one game at a time" when questioned about a potential rivalry with the University of Maryland.


Maryland Basketball's Five Biggest Surprises of 2014-2015
See who had the biggest breakout campaigns and surprising season.

Former Terp Steve Blake Visits Maryland Basketball - Maryland Terrapins Athletics - University of Maryland Terps Official Athletic Site
Always nice when a former Maryland standout and 13-year NBA veteran stops by to pay a visit to their alma mater.