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Maryland vs. No. 23 Texas preview, how to watch

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Maryland vs. No. 23 Texas preview, how to watch

The last time the Terps and Longhorns met was in the 2017 season opener in Texas with the Terps upsetting the Longhorns at home 51-41. This time, the Longhorns are looking to even up the score.

Maryland has yet to reveal who will be starting quarterback against the Longhorns in tomorrow's week one opener. Interim head Coach Matt Canada plans to announce either Tyrrell Pigrome or Kasim Hill as starting QB prior to tomorrow's noon kickoff.

Maryland Terrapins vs. Texas Longhorns

Who: Maryland Terrapins vs. Texas Longhorns 
What:  Week 1 of the 2018 College Football Season
When: Saturday, September 1, 2018, 12:00 p.m.
Where: FedEx Field, Landover, Maryland

Following the death of offensive lineman, Jordan McNair, the Terps have had quite a controversial start to their season that left Maryland without its head coach. However, the Terps hope to bounce back with a win in their season opener against the Texas Longhorns with interim head coach Matt Canada making his debut.

Maryland Terrapins vs. Texas Longhorns, How to Watch

TV Channel: ESPN
Online Stream: WatchESPN
Radio: ESPN 980 (Washington, D.C.), WJZ 105.7 FM (Baltimore)

Maryland Terps 2018 Regular Season Schedule

Week 1: September 1, 12:00 p.m. vs. Texas Longhorns
Week 2: September 8, 6:00 p.m. at Bowling Green Falcons
Week 3: September 15, 12:00 p.m. vs. Temple Owls
Week 4: September 22, TBD vs. Minnesota Golden Gophers
Week 5: BYE
Week 6: October 6, 12:00 p.m. at Michigan Wolverines
Week 7: October 13, 12:00 p.m. vs. Rutgers Scarlet Knights (Homecoming)
Week 8: October 20, 12:00 p.m. at Iowa Hawkeyes
Week 9: October 27, TBD vs. Illinois Fighting Illini
Week 10: November 3, TBD vs. Michigan State Spartans
Week 11: November 10, TBD at Indiana Hoosiers
Week 12: November 17, TBD vs. Ohio State Buckeyes
Week 13: November 24, TBD at Penn State


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Maryland-bound Mitchell twins lead Woodrow Wilson to DCIAA championship


Maryland-bound Mitchell twins lead Woodrow Wilson to DCIAA championship

For a third straight year, Woodrow Wilson High School took home the DCIAA title in boys basketball with its 92-48 thrashing of Roosevelt. 

Head coach Angelo Hernandez received double-digit scoring contributions from five players, including a team-high 17 from Darren Buchanan. 

The Maryland-bound Mitchell twins -- Makhi and Mahkel -- continued their efficient return to D.C. hoops with 13 points each. Makhi finished with a stat line of 13 points, 15 rebounds, and five assists. 

They're set to join Mark Turgeon's 2019 roster after a high school journey which started at Bishop McNamara (Forestville) and went on to the famed Montverde Academy (Florida) for a short stint with current Duke star RJ Barrett before returning to their D.C. roots for a final hoorah at Wilson. 

Up next for the Tigers? The state tournament. 

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Maryland signs four-star DeMatha safety Nick Cross

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Maryland signs four-star DeMatha safety Nick Cross

Terps head coach Mike Lockley’s "DMV to UMD" movement keeps growing stronger: DeMatha Catholic High School safety Nick Cross decommitted from Florida State to sign with the Terps, the school announced on Tuesday.

Cross, a four-star recruit, clocked a 40 in 4.48 seconds.

He verbally committed to the Seminoles in September and had offers from 34 schools, including Notre Dame, LSU, Michigan, Ohio State and Penn State. He officially visited Florida State, Florida, Auburn,  Alabama and Penn State, and unofficially toured Georgia Tech. 

Locksley was Cross’ main recruiter at Alabama when he officially visited in June back when Locksley was still the Tide’s offensive coordinator. He was a familiar face with an established relationship when Cross came to College Park, just a few miles down Route 1 from DeMatha. 

247Sports ranked Cross the nation’s fourth best safety and No. 50 recruit overall. 

The All-American is joining 10 DeMatha alumni returning to Locksley’s team. All were coached by DeMatha head coach Elijah Brooks who just became Maryland’s running backs coach.