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Maryland football receivers Taivon Jacobs and D.J. Moore are both standing out early

In a fairly new wide receiving corps, two Terps are making names for themselves. See their stories and other links in the Maryland Minute.

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Maryland Football

Taivon Jacobs looks to provide spark for Maryland offense - The Washington Post
Taivon Jacobs has a real opportunity to show what he's made of now that he has been named a starter for the USF game. He is confident he can stretch the field for the Terps.

'Stef-like' catch propels Terp freshman into starting WR spot | CSN Mid-Atlantic
After his first career TD catch on Saturday, freshman D.J. Moore is drawing early comparisons to Stefon Diggs. The DeMatha commit is now a starter for this week's USF matchup as well. Can he have a repeat performance and keep the starting job?

Terps WR: Rowe will 'shock a lot of people' as starting QB | CSN Mid-Atlantic
Caleb Rowe is Maryland's starting quarterback. One of his receivers says he expects that the senior is "going to shock a lot of people" against USF.

Maryland’s Brad Craddock returns to old form - The Washington Post
After overcoming his own early-season struggles, senior kicker helps Maryland 'move on after Bowling Green loss.

Maryland Basketball

Lefty Driesell never got to coach Moses Malone, but they were friends until Malone's death - Baltimore Sun
Lefty Driesell, who recruited Moses Malone and got him to commit to Maryland only to have Malone sign a professional contract with the Utah Stars before playing for the Terps, said he and Malone developed a close relationship over the years.

Other Sports

#10 Terps Head to Michigan State Friday - University of Maryland Terps Official Athletic Site
The No. 10 Maryland men's soccer team begins a three-game road swing with a conference tilt at Michigan State Friday at 5 p.m. The match will be shown on BTN-Plus.

#10 Terps Set for #12 Wildcats Friday - Maryland Terrapins Athletics - University of Maryland Terps Official Athletic Site
The 10th-ranked Maryland field hockey team (3-3) will welcome No. 12 Northwestern (6-2) to the Field Hockey & Lacrosse Complex Friday at 3:30 p.m. This is each team's first Big Ten matchup.