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Former Terp Stefon Diggs named to PFWA's NFL All-Rookie team

Maryland's star wideout had a great first season in the NFL and was honored by the Pro Football Writers Association as a result.

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Gurley 2015 Rookie of the Year; All-Rookie Team | PFWA
Former Maryland star Stefon Diggs was selected to the All-Rookie team by the Pro Football Writers of America.

For Maryland, playing Big Ten football just got a lot tougher - Baltimore Sun
Dwayne Haskins flipping his commitment to Ohio State is a double-whammy for Maryland. Not only did they lose their star quarterback, they'll now have to face him when they play Ohio State.

Ohio State's raid of Maryland's recruiting class a reminder of how tough Big Ten East is -
The Big Ten East would have been a tough place for the Maryland Terrapins to find consistent success, even with the services of Dwayne Haskins.


Maryland fights off Northwestern in OT: 5 things you need to know | CSN Mid-Atlantic
I attended last night's game, and it was not particularly pretty, but the Terps managed to win another one, despite playing well below their potential, and, for now, I am quite alright with that.

Maryland's Jared Nickens returns to form after talking with Mark Turgeon - The Diamondback : Sports
"As with any shooter, if you’re not making shots, it can kind of take away from your confidence," Sulaimon said. "But one thing I love about both of them is that they’ve found other ways to impact the game even if their shot is not going in."

Top highlights from Tuesday’s Big Ten men’s basketball games " Big Ten Network
Another weird sequence of events in a Northwestern v. Maryland game leads to another weird two points for the Wildcats.

Top ranked college basketball teams are being upset more than they have in 67 years -
Duke has lost three in a row, two at home. (Just had to throw that in there). Maryland has yet to lose three games, but life at the top this year has not been easy. While last night's game was closer than many may have preferred, this is one exciting year for college basketball.


Former Steelers WR Antwaan Randle El regrets playing football -
"If I could go back, I wouldn't (play football)," Randle El said. "I would play baseball. I got drafted by the Cubs in the 14th round, but I didn't play baseball because of my parents. They made me go to school. Don't get me wrong, I love the game of football. But right now, I could still be playing baseball."