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  • Hey Twitter, what did you think of Matt McGloin?

     
    After Oakland Raiders quarterback Matt McGloin threw his third touchdown pass Sunday, play-by-play announcer Greg Papa asked his audience, "Are you mclovin McGloin?" Evidently, they were. Here's how McGloin punctuated his team's 28-23 win over Houston,...
  • Scouting Report: Penn State vs. Purdue

     
    PENN STATE (5-4) vs. PURDUE (1-8) WHEN: Noon Saturday WHERE: Beaver Stadium TV: Big Ten Network (Eric Collins, Chuck Long, Jon Jansen) RADIO: WAEB AM-790 LATEST LINE: Penn State is a 21.5-point favorite. SERIES HISTORY: Penn State leads 12-3-1 (eight........
  • Three prime-time games on Penn State's schedule

     
    Penn State's Big Ten opener against Rutgers is the third announced prime-time game of the season. Here's a schedules update. AUG. 30: Central Florida (Dublin) 8:30 a.m. ESPN2 SEPT. 6: AKRON SEPT. 13: at Rutgers 8 p.m. Big Ten Network......
  • Outside of State College, mixed reactions to a new Paterno statue

     
    A support group for those abused by religious figures condemned a privately funded statue of the late Joe Paterno proposed for downtown State College. The Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests (SNAP) issued a statement Thursday asking Penn State......
  • Maryland close to joining Big Ten

    Maryland close to joining Big Ten
    The University of Maryland moved closer Sunday to formally applying for admission to the Big Ten Conference and an announcement could come as soon as Monday. The Board of Regents meets Monday and will discuss the school's proposal to leave the Atlantic...
  • Ex-coach Gary Williams says move to Big Ten would help UM

    Ex-coach Gary Williams says move to Big Ten would help UM
    Former Maryland coach Gary Williams said today that the school's proposed move to the Big Ten would be a tremendous boost for the Terps' athletic program. In a telephone interview with The Baltimore Sun today, Williams said the school's long history...
  • Change will be good for Maryland sports

    Change will be good for Maryland sports
    As the Maryland basketball beat writer for The Sun for more than a decade, I always enjoyed making multiple trips to the state of North Carolina every winter. I saw Len Bias single-handedly give North Carolina its first defeat in a then brand-new Dean...
  • Big Ten schools get more money than ACC schools, but just barely

    Big Ten schools get more money than ACC schools, but just barely
    According to The Kansas City Star, which is using numbers published by Forbes magazine (in an article that does not appear to be online yet), the Big Ten will earn $310 million during the 2012-13 financial year from outside deals. That’s the...
  • Big Ten's TV savvy makes Maryland's move look like a winner, analysts say

    Big Ten's TV savvy makes Maryland's move look like a winner, analysts say
    What makes the University of Maryland's move to the Big Ten look like such a winner is the school's participation in the Big Ten Network, one of collegiate sports' most successful and savvy TV operations, with its audience of 80 million homes. At least,...
  • Teel Time: ACC television revenue increased 64.5% in 2011-12

    Teel Time: ACC television revenue increased 64.5% in 2011-12
    ACC television revenue nearly tripled from 2008-12, while the conference’s bowl income increased 50 percent and league basketball tournament receipts declined. This according to the ACC’s five most recent federal tax returns. The net...
  • Why the Tennis Channel CEO meltdown matters to Maryland fans

    Why the Tennis Channel CEO meltdown matters to Maryland fans
    Maybe you're a tennis fan, and you found last month's ruling that Comcast did not have to put the Tennis Channel on its basic level of service quite troubling. Or, more likely, you're a Deadspin reader and you found that website's reprinting of a screed...