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Terps seven-game winning streak ends in a blowout
Maryland came in rolling into East Lansing for a Top 25 clash with the Spartans, but only one team looked like a Top 25 team.
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Terps' seven game winning streak propels them into AP top-15
Wins over Wisconsin and Ohio State has the Terps winning streak up to seven. Their positioning in the AP Poll continues to rise. 
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Maryland surges into top 25 after beating Indiana
The top-10 teams in this week's AP poll remain unchanged, but the Terps' upset over Indiana gave them a boost.
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Jalen Smith game-winner propels Terps past No. 24 Nebraska in thrilling fashion
Jalen Smith scored the final seven points, including the game-winner to propel the Terps past No. 24 Nebraska in thrilling fashion.
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Terps reportedly adding former Tennessee head coach to staff
New Terrapins head coach Mike Locksley isn't wasting any time as it seems. According to a new report, Maryland will add the former Tennessee head coach to its staff.
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Virginia drops, Va. Tech gets bumped up in new top 25 poll
There's a new No. 1 team and an unusual three-way tie for what's now a "top 27" poll this week.
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Milestone hit as Anthony Cowan leads Terps over Loyola Chicago
By no means were the Maryland Terps playing their best basketball, but they found a way to win over Loyola Chicago. 
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Maryland hires Mike Locksley as head coach
The Terrapins' coaching search has concluded, as Maryland hires Alabama offensive coordinator Mike Locksley to take over the football team. 
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Virginia still in top 4, Maryland moves up in top-25 poll
Maryland lost to Virginia but still got a boost. And there were no changes to the top-4 teams, but plenty of movement everywhere else this week in college hoops.
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Matt Canada makes Maryland's initial list of coaching candidates
Three candidates have been reported as in contention for the open Maryland head coaching job. All three have ties with the Terps program. 
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Terps loss to Virginia could be one to remember come March
The Maryland men’s basketball team suffered its first loss of the season to No. 4 Virginia Wednesday night, 76-71.
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Hear from UVA following its win over UMD in College Park
Here's Tony Bennett and UVA following their win over Maryland, 76-71.
Who should be Maryland's next football coach?
Matt Canada had the interim tag for the Maryland Terps all season long. Now that the season is over without a bowl game, who will Maryland commit their future to?
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Terps still undefeated, break into Top 25
For the first time this season, the Terps joined the party in the top 25.
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Terps end season with blowout loss to Penn State
Both teams had a strong defensive effort in the first half. Then, Penn State took off to roll over the Maryland Terrapins. 
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Maryland stays unbeaten with 104-67 rout of Marshall
The Terps had a 104-67 victory Friday night and had their best game of the year. Their confidence was building and they proved the negative speculations wrong.
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Ultimate Mid-Atlantic college hoops viewing guide
Not all college basketball games are created equal and sometimes it is hard to keep track of which games should be kept track of. We've got you covered.
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Maryland goes toe to toe with Ohio State, but ultimately falls short
The Terps gave it everything they had, but it wasn't enough to earn a Senior Day victory and bowl eligibility.
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Terps show resiliency, but fall shy of upset against Ohio State
The Terps fell /just/ short in their upset bid against Ohio State. Was it the right decision to go for two in overtime against a top-10 opponent?
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Bruno Fernando speaks with guard Eric Ayala
Coming of bench, Fernando carries Terps to a win
The Hofstra Pride gave Maryland a scare in the first half, but Bruno Fernando's 17 point night lifted the Terrapins to a win. 
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Unable to hold on Terps fall to Hoosiers, bowl in doubt
In their best chance to punch their ticket to a bowl game, the Maryland Terps came up short in Indiana.
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Terps land commitment from Mike Tomlin's son
Dino Tomlin, the son of Steelers coach Mike Tomlin, will be playing for the Terrapins football team starting in the fall of 2019. 
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Previewing College Hoops: One-Liners
College basketball season is finally upon us once again. Get caught up on all the teams from the District, Maryland and Virginia in our quick preview.
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Maryland changes course, fires D.J. Durkin as head football coach
The University of Maryland is changing its tune and has decided to fire head football coach D.J. Durkin.
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Maryland Board of Trustees reaches decision; Durkin remains head coach
The verdict is in at Maryland. Head coach D.J. Durkin is returning to the sidelines and the university will not be making any major administrative changes.
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Maryland wallops Big Ten rival Illinois 63-33
Javon Leake scored four touchdowns as the Terps destroyed the Fighting Illini Saturday. 
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Iowa pummels Maryland 23-0
Maryland Terps met the Iowa Hawkeyes at Kinnick Stadium in Iowa City, Iowa on Saturady and were destroyed by their defense. 
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West Virginia tumbles in new AP top 25 poll
Not quite there, but Maryland and Virginia are also among the teams receiving votes.
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D.J. Moore did not have a fun homecoming
Playing his first professional football game back in the state of Maryland, former Maryland Terrapin D.J. Moore did not have a good return.
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Maryland's interim head coach Matt Canada talks to quarterback Tyrrell Pigrome against Michigan Wolverines
Penalties are a major problem for the Terps
Penalties have been an issue for the Maryland Terps all season, but against Michigan they showed just how bad it is for the Terrapins. 
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University of Maryland Terrapins' player's death comes to a head
An independent investigation into the death of University of Maryland football player Jordan McNair, has revealed that the school is culpable.
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Vernon Davis writes touching letter to Maryland football
Former Maryland Terp Vernon Davis pins a letter to the 2018 Maryland Terps in the Players' Tribune to show how proud he is of the current team after the death of Jordan McNair.
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Maryland loses first game, 35-14 to Temple
Maryland's strong offense was stifled Saturday, losing to the Temple Owls, 35-14 for their first loss of the season.
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Temple Football reps No. 79 in honor of Jordan McNair
Temple University is commemorating the death of Maryland's Jordan McNair in a special way.
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CFB Picks: Remember, Vegas is smarter than you
If you have watched a lot of college football so far this season, there are three games that might /seem/ like locks this Saturday.
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Hurricane Florence is forcing teams throughout the DMV to act accordingly
Stay up to date with Hurricane Florence and its impact on sports throughout the DMV. 
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McDonogh Football to honor the late Jordan McNair in home opener Friday
The McDonogh Eagles will pay their respects to Jordan McNair Friday night. 
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AP Top 25 College Football Poll: Week 2
Texas is out of the first AP poll of the 2018 regular season following the loss to Maryland. The new Top 25 is here. 
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Maryland bests Texas for second straight opener
It was an emotional affair at FedEx field, but that did not stop the Maryland Terrapins from upseting the Texas Longhorns in their season opener. 
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Maryland uses 10-man formation to honor Jordan McNair
In the opening game of the 2018 season, the Maryland Terrapins honored Jordan McNair's memory in multiple ways. 
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A 'hat trick' for Terps' Jeshaun Jones
A true freshman wide reciever rushed for, threw, and caught a touchdown in Maryland's debut against the Texas Longhorns. 
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Previewing Maryland vs. Texas
 Maryland Terrapins will host the No. 23 Texas Longhorns at FedEx Field Saturday.
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Maryland football reveals plans to honor Jordan McNair
University of Maryland football speaks. 
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Tony Dungy weighs in on the alleged toxic culture within UMD football
Hall of Fame coach Tony Dungy joined the Sports Junkies Thursday and weighed in on the on-going investigation of the University of Maryland football team. 
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Terps' strength and conditioning coach resigns amid McNair controversy
In the aftermath of Jordan McNair's death, the University of Maryland has decided to move on from their head strength and conditioning coach. 
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Governor Hogan issues statement on D.J. Durkin, Maryland football
Larry Hogan weighs in on the allegations surrounding University of Maryland football. 
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Mayland football coach DJ Durkin placed on leave
Maryland football coach DJ Durkin placed on administrative leave following an investigation into the football program.
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DJ Durkin
ESPN article provides disturbing details about Maryland football
There was a major development in the story surrounding Maryland football and the death of one of their players.
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NCAA makes major rule changes, but still comes up short
The NCAA announced a significant overhaul of its rules and regulation on Wednesday, but as is the case in collegiate athletics, not enough was done.
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Three reasons to watch Maryland football
The Maryland Terrapins haven't been too great at football for quite some time, but there are still some reasons to watch in 2018.
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Maryland football 2018 preview
 it's time to take a look at what 2018 has in-store for the Terps on the gridiron.
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2018 Schedule preview: Maryland Terrapins football
The Maryland Terrapins 2018 schedule features some interesting matchups. Is there room for improvement in D.J. Durkin's third season?
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Kevin Huerter introduced in Atlanta
Days after being drafted No. 19 in the 2018 NBA Draft, Kevin Huerter was introduced by the Atlanta Hawks. 
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Maryland basketball's Justin Jackson drafted by Nuggets, traded to Magic
Maryland basketball's Justin Jackson was drafted with the 43rd pick by the Denver Nuggets, then quickly traded to the Orlando Magic.
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Atlanta Hawks draft Maryland basketball's Kevin Huerter No. 19 overall
The Maryland Terrapins star is headed to Atlanta.
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Huerter's stock rising on draft night
The 2018 NBA Draft is finally here and Kevin Huerter's time is now. 
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Terps OL McNair dies after collapsing at workout 2 weeks ago
After being hospitalized for two weeks, Maryland football's Jordan McNair has died.
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Terps lose key piece to coaching staff in Dustin Clark
Maryland men's basketball assistant coach Dustin Clark is leaving the program to pursue a family business. His final day is slated for June 8. 
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Holtby’s save is the best play in D.C. sports since 2000
How deep in D.C. Sports lore does Braden Holtby’s Game 2 save go? Well, it is at least the best play since 2000.
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Maryland's Huerter remains in draft, could be option for Wizards
Kevin Huerter's decision on the NBA Draft was bad news for the Terps but potentially good news for the Wizards.
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Maryland's Bruno Fernando drops out of NBA draft
Maryland big man Bruno Fernando is going back to school after testing the NBA waters.
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Terp Kevin Huerter rose his draft stock at the NBA Combine
Testing the NBA draft waters could end up paying big dividends for Kevin Huerter who was one of the biggest surprises at Day 1 of the NBA Combine.
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Ending D.C.'s playoff semifinals slump: A look back at 1998
The Capitals did it. Washington D.C. is back in a conference finals for the first time since 1998. This is what the sports scene looked like back then.
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Terps' first-rounder returns to Maryland with a puppy
Fresh off the NFL Draft, former Terp, D.J. Moore visits Maryland with his new puppy. Everyone loves adorable puppies!
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Justin Jackson will sign with agent enter NBA Draft
After an injury-riddled 2017-18 season, Justin Jackson has decided that it is time to take his play to the next level.
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Lefty is finally in the Hall of Fame
After transforming the Maryland basketball program over 30 years ago, Lefty Driesell is finally going to join the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame.
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Maryland stifled by tough N.C. State defense
The Terps failed to reach their sixth Sweet 16 in seven years.
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Maryland moves on to Women's NCAA 2nd round
The fifth-seeded Maryland Women's basketball team took down 12th-seeded Princeton in the opening round of the Women's NCAA basketball tournament.
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Memorable NCAA Tournament buzzer-beaters
You remember the Cinderella stories, the champions, and most importantly you remember the buzzer-beaters.
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Offical 2018 March Madness Bracket
The 2018 NCAA Tournament Bracket is here. Are you ready for March Madness? All the dates, times, matchups are right here.
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When is Selection Sunday 2018?
Selection Sunday is the official beginning of March Madness. Here is all you need to know about the NCAA Tournament bracket reveal show.
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2018 Printable Blank NCAA Bracket
You need a bracket to fill out on Selection Sunday, look no further to find your 2018 NCAA Tournament Bracket. 
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Terps drop first game of Big Ten Tournament
After leading the Terrapins with 14 points in the second half, Kevin Huerter misses a free throw and turns the ball over late. 
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Three Terps receive All-Big Ten honors
The three biggest names on the Terps roster got recognized by the conference despite a disappointing season. 
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2018 Big Ten Tournament Preview
Moving to Madison Square Garden this season, the Big Ten Tournament is shaping up to be a battle of the heavyweights. 
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Maryland reacts to Diamond Stone allegations
The biggest recruit to play for Maryland under Mark Turgeon has been implicated in the FBI investigation. How does this impact the Terps?
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Report: Former Terp included in federal documents detailing NCAA violations
A bombshell article published Friday morning details NCAA violations involving more than 20 schools and 25 players. Included in the federal documents is former Terp, Diamond Stone. 
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Rothstein: Maryland will be top 15 team entering next season
Basketball insider Jon Rothstein believes if the Terps can get everyone healthy, they will be a top 15 team entering next season.
No one is focused on the NCAA Tournament bubble
With all the top teams in college basketball losing, the bracketology conversation is not about the bubble. 
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Bruno Fernando
Palmer lifts Huskers past Maryland
The Terps lost their seventh straight road game to Nebraska.
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Maryland overwhelmed by Penn State
The Terrapins just couldn't hang on as the Nittany Lions pulled away in a tough loss for Maryland on the road. 
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Power Ranks: A bad time for college teams to make mistakes
Just when you want to put faith in your local team, they find a way to let you down. And February is the worst time to do it.
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One month from Selection Sunday
Bracketology is the only way to sort out the craziness of the 2017-18 basketball season. We took at six of the ‘experts’ brackets and break down what it means for Mid-Atlantic teams.
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Maryland end 3-game losing streak with win over lowly Badgers
The Terps ended their sluggish 3-game losing streak and Wisconsin's Big Ten-record run of  17 straight winning seasons. A super Sunday indeed.
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College hoops teams are settling into the season
It was a relatively calm week in college hoops across the Mid-Atlantic. Some teams held pat while others continued their upward (or downward) trajectory
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Tom Izzo grilled on MSU scandal at press conference
Following Michigan State's close win at Maryland on Sunday, head basketball coach Tom Izzo was grilled by reporters about the university's scandal involving sexual assault and student-athletes. Here is what...
In wake of scandal, Tom Izzo needed to say more
Following the Spartans' win over Maryland, Michigan State's Tom Izzo addressed the sexual assault scandal engulfing the university. Izzo didn't say enough.
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Terps blow 13-point lead vs. No. 6 Spartans
The Terps needed to beat No. 6 Michigan State on Sunday to keep their NCAA Tournament hopes alives. It looked good at halftime, and then things fell apart.
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Terps get hype help from Greivis Vasquez
Before the Terps took on the No. 6 Spartans in a Sunday matinee, former Maryland star Greivis Vasquez took the microphone to address the Xfinity Center faithful.
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Matt Canada
Maryland announces new offensive coordinator
The Terps announced Matt Canada will replace Walt Bell as offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach.
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Statement wins shuffle local college hoops rankings
Craziness is the best word for this college basketball season and nearly every team in the Mid-Atlantic has contributed to it.
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Fernando hurt again in loss to Indiana
Bruno Fernando went out and the small rostered Terrapins were unable to close the gap late against Indiana.
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aryland Terrapins guard Kevin Huerter dribbles the ball in the first half against the Minnesota Golden Gophers
Huerter's 19 leads Terps' 2nd half push
It is getting close to desperation time in College Park, but a win over Minnesota gets the Terps back on track. 
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Maryland Terrapins head coach Mark Turgeon looks on against the Xavier Musketeers during the NCAA Tournament
Injuries prepare Terps for run in '18-19
This season has decimated the Maryland Terps at the injury front. Despite the negatives, the injuries can propel the team to a special season in 2018-19.
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Bracketology: Cavs in, Terps on bubble
For all of those just now joining the party in college basketball, we apologize. You've missed one heck of a season. 
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Stefon Diggs wins the NFC divisional round game for the Vikings
Former Terp Diggs plays hero, makes history
Former Maryland Terps WR Stefon Diggs scored the Vikings miracle-TD with no time remaining to propel the Vikings to the NFC Championship Game.
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Battered Terps fall to Ohio State
The Terps have lost three key players to season-ending injuries in the last two weeks, and the impact was obvious against Ohio State.
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Winning streaks galore in local college hoops
Some teams are turning the corner at the perfect time in college basketball. It sets Virginia, Old Dominion, and William & Mary up perfectly for a championship run. 
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Terps power past Iowa to bounce back from blowout loss
The Maryland Terrapins bounced back from a rough loss to Michigan State to overpower the Hawkeyes.
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Michigan State runs over Terps in 30-point win
The Terps headed to No.1 ranked Michigan State, and well, it didn't go so well for the guys in red.
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Can Terps still make NCAA tournament with mounting injuries?
Maryland Basketball color analyst Chris Knoche joined the Junkies Thursday morning and gave his input on whether the Terps could still make the NCAA tournament with star players injured.
Chris Knoche talks the impact of Bruno Fernando
Maryland Basketball color analyst Chris Knoche joined the Junkies Thursday morning to discuss the impact of freshman center Bruno Fernando.
Bruno Fernando
Terps topple Penn State for 7th straight win
Even with two star players injured, the Terps managed to get their 7th straight win in a close game against Penn State.
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Power Ranks: A whole new college basketball season in conference play
It's the New Year so while you welcome in a bunch of changes, it is also time for college basketball's conference play. 
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Shorthanded Terps hold off Fairleigh Dickinson at home
Down 3 rotation players, Maryland uses 24-0 run to pull away from Fairleigh Dickinson.
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Durkin talks tough 2017 season, bright 2018 recruiting class
The 2017 season for Maryland football and head coach D.J. Durkin was a tough one to say the least. He spoke with the Junkies about overcoming obstacles and the 2018 recruiting class.
DMV Hoops Power Rankings: Hokies are no joke
More movement near the top as the Virginia Tech Hokies have an impressive performance against the Wildcats. That and more as non-conference play comes to a close. 
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No Jackson or Fernando is no problem for the Terps
The Terps were led by Darryl Morsell's career-high 18 points in a 82-60 win over Gardner-Webb.
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Virginia sits atop DMV College Hoops
It was debatable if Virginia or Maryland should have been the top team last week. This time around, there is no question that the Cavaliers are the top team in the Mid-Atlantic.
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Maryland survives injury scare in blowout home win
Cekovsky's perfect night helps Maryland come away with a victory in return to non-conference play.
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Maryland escapes in OT vs. Illinois
Anthony Cowan led the Terps with 27 points in the Big Ten matchup Sunday night. 
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Maryland falls short in first road game
Maryland played well, but couldn't come away with a win in a close opening game of the ACC/ Big 10 Challenge.
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Towson Hoops emerging in Power Rankings
Now that you are full from Thanksgiving, hopefully with a lot of hours of watching hoops behind you, here is how feast week shuffled out. 
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Iesha Small
Small lifts No. 15 Maryland women past Miami
Ieshia Small earned her first double-double in the Terps' win Sunday against Miami.
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Penn State quarterback Trace McSorley runs the ball against Maryland Terrapins Qwuantrezz Knight
Terps embarrassed on senior day
Crazy things happen on senior day, but in College Park there was no chance at an upset for the Terrapins. 
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Terps offense gets it going over New Mexico
Anthony Cowan scored 21 points to pace Maryland as the Terps topped New Mexico 80-65 in the Emerald Coast Classic consolation game Saturday.
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A first for Terps basketball this season
Maryland entered undefeated, but after 20 turnovers the Terps fell for the first time this season in a 63-61 loss to St. Bonaventure. 
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DMV Hoops Power Rankings: Feast week
Maryland and Virginia solified themselves as the face of all teams in the area this week. Meanwhile a Big South team surges into the top 10.
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From left to right: Old Dominion's B.J. Stith, Richmond head coach Chris Mooney, and Goergetown's Jessie Govan
DMV Hoops Power Rankings: Opening Weekend
If you were one of the Power-5 schools in the DMV there was nothing to worry about on opening weekend. If your name was Richmond or Norfolk State, watch out.
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New AP Poll: Is Maryland in Top 25?
Four Big Ten teams are ranked in the new AP Top 25 poll, but did the Terps make the cut?
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Terps loss boosts Michigan in AP ranks
The Terps remain unranked, but their opponents for the rest of the season are.
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Anthony Cowan
Terps rolls to 96-43 victory against UMES
The Terps routed UMES in their season home opener Sunday night.
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Terps can't keep up with Michigan
Brandon Peters threw two touchdown passes, Chris Evans ran for two scores and No. 21 Michigan dominated Maryland in the first half in a 35-10 victory Saturday.
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Terps roll in season opener over Stony Brook
The sophomores stepped up for the Terps in their season-opening win over Stony Brook. 
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10 Hoops Stars in the DMV
Everyone is coming up with watch-lists for college basketball season, so here are the players to watch for in the DMV area.
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Justin Jackson dribbles past Minnesota Gophers forward Jordan Murphy
Another Terp named to the Naismith Watch List
Fifty college basketball players across the country were named to the Naismith Trophy Watch List on Wednesday afternoon and Maryland sophomore Justin Jackson made the cut.
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Turgeon: Melo Trimble helped to change Maryland program
On The Donald Dell Interview, Mark Turgeon explains how Melo Trimble helped to change the Maryland program.
DMV College Hoops Power Rankings
Throughout the Mid-Atlantic region you think of Maryland, Virginia, and Georgetown for college hoops. This season, we take a look at all 29 teams. 
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Rutgers Scarlet Knights defensive lineman Sebastian Joseph sacks Maryland Terrapins quarterback Max Bortenschlager
Believe it, the Terps fall to Rutgers
Gus Edwards ran for 109 yards and caught a go-ahead 23-yard touchdown pass with 7:30 remaining to rally Rutgers to a 31-24 victory over Maryland on Saturday.
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A surprising Homecoming win
Maryland moves to 4-4 after pulling out a back-and-forth 42-39 victory over Indiana
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Terps Struggle Against No. 5 Wisconsin
Maryland couldn't hang with No. 5 Wisconsin as they fell on the road 38-13 in Madison.
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Terps defensive back Tino Ellis
Terps have worst defense in Big 10
The Terps have just one sack in their last three games.
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Ty Johnson's 100-yard kick return for Maryland earns him Big Ten honors
This was an incredible run against the Ohio State Buckeyes on Saturday.
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Terps blown out in Columbus
J.T. Barrett threw for three touchdowns and ran for another in the first half, and No. 10 Ohio State had its most dominant defensive effort in nearly 60 years, routing Maryland 62-14 on Saturday.
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Running game carries Terps
Ty Johnson rushed for 130 yards and a 34-yard touchdown run with 1:10 to play to lift Maryland to a 31-24 victory over Minnesota on Saturday.
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Mark Packer really likes direction Durkin is taking Maryland
ESPNU Radio host Mark Packer is liking what he is seeing from Maryland football HC DJ Durkin, despite the team being plagued with injuries.
QB issues lead to Maryland's first loss
Taj McGowan scored two touchdowns, quarterback McKenzie Milton ran for 94 yards and Central Florida capitalized on an early injury to Maryland quarterback Kasim Hill in a 38-10 upset Saturday.
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Maryland football highlights NCAA hypocrisy with giveaway
The backwards NCAA rules strike again, this time at a Maryland football game.
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Junkies react to Terps huge win against Texas
The Terps opened their season Saturday with a huge win against nationally ranked Texas. Even if it's only one game, the Junkies feel it helped set the tone for Maryland's season.
Maryland Terrapins quarterback Tyrrell Pigrome runs for the first down at Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium.
Terps start year with a Texas-sized upset
Coming in as a three touchdown underdog, the Maryland Terrapins leave Texas with a Top 25 win to start the season. 
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With TV money, recruiting, Terps can find football relevancy
With the Maryland football season set to begin CSN's Rob Carlin explains how the Terps can finally become the Maryland football team so many have been hoping for.
Packer: Love the fact that MD made a commitment to football
ESPNU Radio host Mark Packer had a lot of positive things to say about Maryland football head coach DJ Durkin and the Maryland football program.
DJ Durkin: 'I think we're a totally different team'
Terps HC DJ Durkin joined the Junkies Thursday morning to discuss their season opener against Texas and how his team has improved since last season.
DJ Durkin on his decision to start Tyrrell Pigrome at QB
Terps head coach DJ Durkin joined the Junkies Thursday ahead of their season opener Saturday against Texas to talk about starting QB Tyrrell Pigrome.
Immanuel Quickley explains why he's cutting Terps from list
Five-star point guard recruit Immanuel Quickley joins SportsTalk Live and makes an announcement, cutting the Maryland Terrapins from his Top 4 recruiting list.
5-star recruit Quickley removes Maryland from recruiting list; Top 3 set
Five-star PG recruit Immanuel Quickley officially took Maryland off his list on CSN Mid-Atlantic Wednesday night. The Terps needed to communicate more, and they didn't.
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Melo Trimble signs with the 'Wolves
Moving away from the Philadelphia 76ers, Melo Trimble finds himself a contract for a second NBA team. 
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Year 2 schedule won't be easy for Durkin, Terps
At Big Ten Media Day, Terps head coach DJ Durkin is aware just how difficult his team's schedule is. But he;s ready and so are the Terrapins.
Maryland helmet
Maryland's move to Big Ten is paying off
The University of Maryland has seen a rise in total sports revenue this past year and rank well in the annual NCAA Division 1 public school athletics finances. 
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After fleeing Liberia, Melvin Keihn has beaten the odds
Maryland football player Melvin Keihn fled Liberia when he was a child. Now he's about to be reunited with his mother after 14 years apart.
'Tremendous' is how MD HC DJ Durkin describes new facility
Maryland's football team is getting a new training facility and it's pretty spectacular.
Feinstein thinks Trimble will get playing time in the NBA
After going undrafted, Maryland guard Melo Trimble signed a summer league deal with the 76ers. John Feinstein told the Junkies he expects him to get playing time in the NBA.
Goodman feels Trimble's stock was wrongly evaluated early on
ESPN Basketball insider Jeff Goodman thinks it could be best for Melo Trimble to go un-drafted and have the option of picking a team he thinks he could make.
What rival jersey would you buy?
What is the one jersey a D.C. sports fan would wear if they were forced to buy a jersey of their least favorite team?
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Tillman: 'We took a lot of motivation from last year's loss'
Maryland men's lacrosse head coach John Tillman on how his team used their previous National Championship losses to ignite a fire in them this season.
Maryland men's lax HC John Tillman on their long overdue win
Maryland men's lacrosse head coach John Tillman joined the Junkies less than 24 hours after the Terps brought home the National Championship.
Maryland lacrosse's incredible, historic weekend
Maryland's lacrosse programs wrote themselves into the NCAA history books in several ways this weekend.
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Terps lacrosse turn title nightmares into championship dreams
The Maryland Terrapin's men's lacrosse team finally turned their championship nightmares into championship dreams.
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Connor Kelly Maryland men's lacrosse USAT
Maryland men's lacrosse to play for national title
Maryland held on to beat Denver, 9-8, in the national semifinals Saturday afternoon at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts.
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John Feinstein reacts to Justin Jackson's return
Best selling author John Feinstein weighs in on what Justin Jackson's return to UMD means for the Terps
Justin Jackson sinks a 3-pointer against Georgetown
Terps' Jackson reportedly coming back to school
After testing the NBA waters, Maryland's Justin Jackson reportedly is coming back for his sophomore season.
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Ray Lewis' son is transferring to Maryland
Will Rayshad be the next Lewis to star on the football field in Maryland? DJ Durkin and the Terrapins sure wouldn't mind if he is.
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Former Terp Juan Dixon to be named Coppin State coach
Maryland legend, and former assistant coach, Juan Dixon will be named the Coppin State basketball coach according to a report.
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Maryland gets commitment from Duke transfer
The Maryland Terrapins snagged former Duke player Sean Obi as a graduate transfer on Thursday. 
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Two Terps selected in 1st Round of WNBA Draft
Continung to pump out WNBA stars, two Maryland Terrapins were selected sixth and eighth overall in the 2017 WNBA Draft.
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Maryland women lose standout freshman to transfer
Three women's basketball players will be transfering out of Maryland, including Destiny Slocum, who just won WBCA National Freshman of the Year. 
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Former Terp wins WrestleMania match thanks to Gronk
A former Maryland football player got some outside help from Rob Gronkowski en route to a stunning victory at WrestleMania 33.
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Knoche believes Trimble could have a shot at making a squad
Maryland Basketball analyst Chris Knoche joined the Junkies Friday and believes in the right situation, Trimble could have a shot at making a NBA team.
Knoche on Melo:'His jersey will be hanging from the rafters'
Maryland Basketball analyst Chris Knoche on the legacy Melo Trimble will leave and how he turned their Basketball program around.
What was Melo Trimble's favorite moment at Maryland?
Melo Trimble declared for the NBA draft yesterday, so CSN Mid-Atlantic caught up with hi to find out his favorite moments as a Maryland Terrapin.
Hanrahan on Trimble: 'I think coming back hurt him'
Sports reporter Frank Hanrahan believes it was time for Melo Trimble to make the move to the pros.
Junkies react to Melo Trimble going pro
Was it the right decision for Melo Trimble to go pro? The Junkies react to his decision and what his legacy for the Terps will be.
Melo Trimble
Melo Trimble to enter NBA Draft
After turning the program around, Melo Trimble will declare for the 2017 NBA Draft, forgoing his senior season.
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Melo Trimble
Melo Trimble named AP Honorable Mention
Make it three straight seasons that Melo Trimble has received an All-American recognition. 
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Maryland falls to Oregon in Sweet 16
The Ducks beat the Terps 77-63 to advance to the Elite Eight.
Terps lose to 10 seed Oregon
Sabrina Ionescu led five Oregon players in double figures with 21 points in a 77-63 upset win over third-seeded Maryland.
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Former Terp Juan Dixon discovers his biological father
David Scott from Real Sports joined the Junkies Tuesday morning to speak about former Terp Juan Dixon's amazing journey to finding his biological father.
Duke lost, but the Internet won
Dukes' Luke Kennard wasn't happy with his fifth foul in Sunday night's loss against South Carolina. However, his reaction gave us some great memes.  
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Destiny Slocum
Maryland women back in the Sweet Sixteen
A 70-foot buzzer beater highlights Maryland's rout to get back into the Sweet 16.
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Maryland basketball player hits half court shot
Hitting half-court buzzer-beaters will never not be cool. 
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Gary Williams on Melo's issues and Turgeon's coaching style
Gary Williams called into the Sports Junkies Friday to talk about Melo Trimble's decline and how he and Mark Turgeon's coaching styles compare.
Junkies debate Trimble's legacy
Following Maryland's Thursday night loss to Xavier, The Sports Junkies discuss what Melo Trimble's legacy will be if he leaves Maryland and turns pro. 
What is Melo Trimble's legacy at Maryland?
Trimble has been a success at Maryland over the past three years, but where does he fit in amongst the school's best?
Trimble proud of Terps freshmen despite first-round loss
Melo Trimble was subdued after Maryland's first-round loss to Xavier, but made sure to give credit to his freshmen teammates.
Terps' season ends with loss to Xavier
Maryland's season ended Thursday with a loss to Xavier in the NCAA tournament.
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Juan Dixon tells HBO how he discovered his father was alive
Juan Dixon had always believed both of his parents died of HIV. He told HBO Sports the story of finding out the truth. 
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Maryland women's NCAA Tournament information
Always a model of consistency, the Maryland women's basketball program has made the NCAA tournament yet again. 
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What would equal a success for Maryland in the Tournament?
Maryland has surprised some with their season so far, so what would a successful NCAA Tournament run look like? Chris Knoche weighs in.
Don't bank on these six teams in your bracket
Think about your 2017 NCAA Tournament bracket, and you will realize some of these teams are not worth the risk.
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The best and worst March Madness mascots
Ranking the 2017 NCAA Tournament mascots is a right of passage. Let March Madness begin.
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Gary Williams explains his bracket picks to SportsTalk Live
Hall of Fame coach Gary Williams explains the logic behind his NCAA Tournament bracket picks.
Gary Williams analyzes how the Terps will handle the West
Hall of Fame coach Gary Williams breaks down the NCAA Tournament bracket and how the Terps could do in the West Region.
Maryland's Melo Trimble and Xavier's Trevon Bluiett
Previewing Maryland vs. Xavier
No. 6 Maryland takes on No. 11 Xavier. Is Maryland overseeded? Would a Xavier win be considered an upset? We break it all down.
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Mark Turgeon: Maryland deserved a 6-seed
Some were surprised that Maryland landed a 6-seed in this year's NCAA tournament, but Mark Turgeon says his team deserved it.
Mark Turgeon reacts to NCAA Selection
After receiving a No. 6 seed to the NCAA Tournament, Mark Turgeon spoke to the media about his thoughts on the tournament.
Bracket Analysis: March Madness snubs
What did the NCAA Selection Committee get right and what did they get wrong? A break down of NCAA Tournament snubs
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Compete against CSN, win big
Ready to put your picks to work? Print the official 2017 NCAA Tournament bracket here and enter the CSN Bracket Challenge, pres. by Chasen Boscolo.
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Maryland First Round NCAA Tournament information
A crazy season has resulted in the Maryland Terrapins receving a No. 6 seed in the NCAA Tournament.
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NCAA Tournament 2017
March Madness Selection Sunday 2017
The 2017 NCAA Tournament Bracket will be filled out on Sunday afternoon. Here is all the TV information for the bracket reveal.
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Terps slow to finish vs. Northwestern
Maryland's defense was no match for Northwestern in the second half, and a lack of balance did the Terrapins in.
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