Todd Salem Sat, 10/06/2012 The Story of Maryland's Terrell StoglinStop me if you’ve heard this one before. A talented youngster contributes right away as a freshman, making his conference’s All-Freshman team. He comes back the next season and, as a sophomore, leads the conference in scoring, becoming one of the more feared players around. Plans were made for an even more … [Read more...] about The Story of Maryland's Terrell Stoglin
Scott Whittum Wed, 10/17/2012 Women’s Soccer Games of Week (10/18 - 10/21)This weekend brings a nice mix of rivalries and regular season conference championships to the forefront as both the Big 10 and ACC regular season champions should end up being crowned on Sunday afternoon. North Carolina and Duke also will be squaring off in what should be another epic showdown in the … [Read more...] about Women's Soccer Games of the Week (10/18 – 10/21)
P.J. Fish Wed, 10/17/2012 P.J.’s Men’s Soccer Picks – Week 9My pick for the game of the week is an obvious one, the battle between #1 Maryland and #2 North Carolina. Not only are these two teams on top of the chart, they are both in the ACC. People have already claimed this to be the game of the season and I agree.Maryland will stand undefeated with a ... Read More » read … [Read more...] about P.J.'s Picks – Week 9 Men's Soccer
Richard Kent Mon, 11/19/2012 Does it make sense for the Big Ten to add Rutgers and Maryland?Does it make sense for the Big Ten to add Rutgers and Maryland? It sure does. Especially Rutgers. Make no mistake about this. It is a move about money first and then football. Basketball plays little role in the equation.Maryland is a head scratcher. They are an original ACC member … [Read more...] about Does it make sense for the Big Ten to add Rutgers and Maryland?
Dan Levine Sat, 11/24/2012 The Death of Tradition for MarylandIt had to come to this. It had to. There was no way that the shifting landscape of college athletics would allow for a program to idly sit and watch the world pass it by. It is this great shift – collectively over the last decade something along the lines of tectonic plate activity – that tends to force action … [Read more...] about The Death of Tradition for Maryland