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Former Terp Stefon Diggs has heard 'nothing but good things' about D.J. Durkin

Former Maryland standout Stefon Diggs gave his first impressions of D.J. Durkin. See this story and more in this edition of the Maryland minute.

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Maryland Football

Stefon Diggs talks early impressions of DJ Durkin with CSN | CSN Mid-Atlantic
Stefon Diggs is keeping up with the changes happening in College Park. Like many Maryland fans, Diggs is impressed with what Durkin is doing early on. "I’ve heard nothing but good things about Coach as a man, so I look forward to meeting him whenever I get my opportunity to speak with him," Diggs said.  "It should be nice, but I’ve heard nothing but good things. I’m happy for my guys." he added.

Three questions for 2016: Maryland Terrapins - Big Ten Blog- ESPN
Maryland has plenty of areas that need answers, including the unsettled QB position and the status of star defensive back William Likely.

Maryland basketball

Talented Terps seems to have found chemistry since close call against Penn State - Baltimore Sun
Maryland has looked great since their near-loss to Penn State last week. Hopefully they can continue to get better as they enter the heart of B1G play.

No. 8 Maryland women's basketball's turnover problem is, well, a problem - Testudo Times
14 games into the season, the Terps are averaging over 15 turnovers a game. They're ranked 117th in the nation in turnovers per game. That has to change if they want to continue their winning ways.

Diamond Stone's Maturation Continuing at Midway of Freshman Year
Diamond Stone picked up numerous awards for his performance against Penn State, but the way he responded against Northwestern might have been just as important moving forward.

To Achieve Its Goals, The Maryland Terrapins Need More From Frontcourt Depth - BT Powerhouse
The Maryland Terrapins, despite the talent in the front court with Diamond Stone and Robert Carter, need more production all around from Damonte Dodd and Michal Cekovsky.

Other Maryland news

Teen makes University of Maryland cheerleading squad after beating rare liver cancer - Baltimore Sun
A great story about one of Maryland's cheerleaders.