DeMatha graduate Ryan Burbrink will return to Byrd Stadium with Bowling Green - Washington Post
Ryan Burbrink is a DeMatha graduate and is now a redshirt senior looking forward to playing against the Maryland Terrapins. He was a two star wide receiver coming out of DeMatha's 2011 class and was only offered by Bowling Green. As a Falcon, he has these numbers for his career so far: 133 receptions, 1,586 yards (11.6 yards per catch), and five touchdowns. He was a second team All-MAC honoree as a punt returner.
Depth chart released: Bosa back as starter?
Ohio State released its depth chart for the Hawaii game today. Is Joey Bosa listed as a starter? What about the other three players returning from suspensions?
Combined film sessions key to Terps rushing success
That's the biggest difference in Maryland's running game this year that helped the Terps rush for more yards in the season opener against Richmond than they had in any game since 2002. Well, if you ask junior running back Wes Brown, it's the initiative taken by Maryland's backfield and offensive line to come together in film sessions twice a week and make sure they are on the same page.
Don’t expect Will Likely on offense for Maryland, but it’s fun to dream anyway - Testudo Times
It's fun to think about but probably impractical, according to teammates and coaches.
Notebook: Maryland looks to avoid settling for field goals in red zone - The Diamondback : Sports
Strong field position wasn’t hard to come by Saturday for the Terrapins football team with the help of stellar returns from defensive back Will Likely. Once the Terps reached the red zone, though, coach Randy Edsall often had to call on the field-goal unit.
Terps quarterback Perry Hills focused on ‘not overthinking’ throws - The Washington Post
After a shaky outing in the opener, junior quarterback eyes improvement ahead of Saturday's game against Bowling Green.
Final Four Terps Honored at Mystics Game - Maryland Terrapins Athletics - University of Maryland Terps Official Athletic Site
The Big Ten champion Maryland women's basketball team was recognized at Tuesday's Washington Mystics game vs. the Indiana Fever at the Verizon Center.