Rowe re-entered game after concusson


Maryland quarterback Caleb Rowe's concussion suffered against Indiana occurred before Rowe re-entered the game, interim head coach Mike Locksley said in his Sunday teleconference. Rowe's head contacted the turf again on his first snap back in the game after the play on which Locksley said he was concussed. Locksley said Rowe told medical staff of a headache at halftime before being subsequently held out for the rest of the game.

Rowe starts at QB vs. Indiana


Maryland starting quarterback Perry Hills has mono, so backup Caleb Rowe will start Saturday against Indiana, reports the Baltimore Sun Media Group's Daniel Gallen. With fellow backup Gage Shaffer suspended and other backup Daxx Garman out for the season, Maryland's only available quarterbacks are Rowe, Shane Cockerille and Dexter Foreman. Rowe has thrown 15 interceptions on 114 passes this season, for a remarkable 13 percent interception rate.

Watch Melo Trimble find Diamond Stone under the rim


Melo Trimble is finding all of Maryland's bigs against Rider, finishing the first half with 4 assists.

Cekovsky starts over Stone vs. Rider


A change in Maryland's starting lineup for Friday's non-conference game against Rider. Michal Cekovsky replaces Diamond Stone at center. Cekovsky has had two strong games to open the season, while Stone played well in the opener against Mount St. Mary's but struggled against Georgetown. It's Cekovsky's second career start .

Herman gets big money at Houston


Herman would've been an out-of-the-park hire for Maryland, but he's pretty safely off the board now – or, if he isn't, he certainly is for Maryland. There are a ton of quality candidates out there, but Herman might've been the best of them all. Good for Houston for taking a major step toward keeping him in town for a while.

Terps No. 3, Trimble lauded in SI power rankings


The Terps are still hanging out just behind Kentucky and North Carolina. But what's notable here is what writer Luke Winn has to say about Melo Trimble's 18-free throw showing against Georgetown: ""Trimble was a foul-drawing machine even before the NCAA made its freedom-of-movement rule changes this off-season. As a freshman he generated double-digit free-throw attempts in nine different games—but he took it to a new level on Tuesday against Georgetown, creating a career-high 18 FTAs ... It was the best foul-drawing performance I could recall by a guard in a big game ..."

Terps 20-point favorites vs. Rider


The Terrapins and Broncs tip at 7 p.m. Friday night. Unsurprisingly, Maryland is a massive favorite.