Maryland football right guard Terrance Davis’ return for Maryland football may have been short lived.
In his return for the Terps off of a MCL sprain, the senior tweaked his knee during practice last week, possibly re-aggravating the injury, head coach Mike Locksley announced Tuesday. Hence, why he couldn’t be seen on the field against No. 14 Michigan.
“We’re evaluating him on a day to day basis,” Locksley said. “And if he’s not able to be 100% or close to it, then because of him only playing in four games we would have the option of maybe utilizing the redshirt year.”
Davis is Maryland’s most experienced offensive lineman, and his absence was definitely noticeable in the weeks following his injury suffered against Temple on Sept. 14. It remains to be seen whether he’ll see the field again this season.
In other news
No. 7 Maryland men’s basketball opened its season with a 95-71 victory over Holy Cross Tuesday night, scoring its most points in a season-opener since 2010.
There was a lot to take away from Tuesday’s game, and Sean pointed out some of the biggest things of note.
No. 4 Maryland women’s basketball also picked up a dominant opening win, defeating Wagner 119-56.
DJ Moore had a day to remember for Carolina in Week 10. Check out how the rest of the former Maryland players performed in our Terps in the NFL recap.
Maryland men’s basketball has a lot of expectations entering the 2019-20 season. ESPN’s Jay Bilas believes the Terps are a top-five team in the country and could win a national championship.
.@JayBilas has the Terps listed as the No. 5 team in the nation, saying here he believes they can compete for the 2020 National Championship.— Testudo Times (@testudotimes) November 5, 2019
“I think Mark Turgeon’s team has a real chance this year.” pic.twitter.com/Yve52pu8Jk
Former Terp Bruno Fernando seems to have a lot of Maryland Pride.
In case you missed it from the exhibition, Bruno Fernando is already in the Maryland Pride video. And he gets a massive cheer from the Xfinity Center crowd.— Lila Bromberg (@lilabbromberg) November 6, 2019
Never seen a player get added so quickly. It took to the start of Big Ten play for Kevin Huerter and Melo Trimble. pic.twitter.com/oodrnQ24CD
See where Maryland men's basketball beat reporters see the team landing this season.
Ahead of the 2019-20 season, I polled a bunch of Maryland men's basketball reporters on how they thought this season would go. Take a look: pic.twitter.com/uA0MIr8whw— Andy Kostka (@afkostka) November 6, 2019
The quarterback position at Maryland has been in flux for as long as many can remember. That trend has certainly held true in 2019, as neither Josh Jackson and Tyrrell Pigrome have established themselves as a starter.
Head coach Mike Locksley says Maryland football hasn't named Josh Jackson as the starter for this week yet.— Testudo Times (@testudotimes) November 5, 2019
He says it will be a game time decision, adding that Jackson and Tyrrell Pigrome will both be taking first-team reps this week.
As mentioned previously, No. 4 Maryland women’s basketball kicked off its season with a convincing win over Wagner. Check out some of the biggest highlights from the action.
Give us ALLLLL the buckets from today’s W!— Maryland Women’s Basketball (@umdwbb) November 5, 2019
The Terps scored 119 points, which, well, is a lot.
Former Maryland men's soccer player Chase Gasper was called up to the USMNT last week.
It’s Wednesday, and you know what that means — Tuesday was time for Coffee with Adam Hughes, head coach of Maryland volleyball.
Former Maryland women's lacrosse player Taylor Cummings was featured in US Lacrosse Magazine.