5-star wing Terrance Ferguson set to make decision soon - Scout.com
Maryland has been mentioned as a possibility for Ferguson ever since he decommitted from Alabama, but it seems like the 5-star is focused on Arizona, Baylor and Kansas at this point. Even if Maryland is still among the schools he's considering, they don't appear to be one of the ones Ferguson is focused on, based on this interview with Scout and the Rivals interview below.
Turgeon Scouts D.C. Area's Fastest-Rising Recruit - InsideMDSports
Mark Turgeon recently went to visit Kiyon Boyd, a local 6 foot 5 shooting guard who currently ranks No. 18 in the 247Sports Composite rankings for the class of 2018.
Top Ten Big Ten Basketball Moments - Big Ten Network (Video)
Maryland hoops gave us a lot of memorable moments this year, some good, and some not so good.
This is a perfect example of how DJ Durkin is changing the football culture at Maryland. Maybe one day "crab cakes and football" will actually be a thing.
Brendan Moore standing out on offensive line at Maryland football spring practice - Testudo Times
"When everyone's in competition, that means you're getting the A game out of everyone at every point. That's going to help everyone. It's going to help the defense because everyone's going hard, and it's going to help every aspect of the game because everyone is trying their best on every rep," Moore said. "Because they know the guy behind them is going to take over if they don't."
Brendan Moore's Stock Rising- Washington Post
Roman Stubbs with the Washington Post offers his insight on the rising potential of center Brendan Moore.
Ngakoue: It would be a blessing to play with Suggs/Dumervil- Press Box
Former Maryland standout, Yannick Ngakoue, wouldn't mind playing with Baltimore Raven's star pass rushing duo Terrell Suggs and Elvis Dumervil. As a Raven's fan I wouldn't mind it much either.
Tayler Stiles pitches seven scoreless innings to lead Maryland baseball to 8-1 win over VCU - The Diamondback
With their victory over the Rams, Maryland has climbed back to .500.
Matt Rambo, Colin Heacock score hat tricks to lead Maryland men’s lacrosse over Penn - The Diamondback
The fifth ranked Terps took down the Quakers 13-8 for the fifth consecutive victory.
Mike Krzyzewski and John Calipari are hypocrites in completely different ways - SBNation.com
This article may be a tad bias, but it is perhaps a feel good read for us Terps fans none-the-less.