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  • Maryland's Edsall on Penn State's Franklin: 'Talk is cheap'

    Maryland's Edsall on Penn State's Franklin: 'Talk is cheap'
    Penn State football coach James Franklin fired the first shots over the bow during his introductory news conference back in January. "I don't know if I mentioned this before, but we're going to dominate the state," Franklin said in a 51-minute presser...
  • Maryland commit Mason Zimmerman learned to snap playing backyard football

    Maryland commit Mason Zimmerman learned to snap playing backyard football
    While tossing a football around the back yard in eighth grade, Mason Zimmerman would crouch down and snap the ball to his best friend, Jacob Yunker, who lined up as the quarterback. The duo developed a connection and Zimmerman, a former tackle, went...
  • Urban Meyer says 2008 Florida team was college football's best ever

    Urban Meyer says 2008 Florida team was college football's best ever
    Urban Meyer coaches in the Big Ten now but can't stop touting the Southeastern Conference. Maybe it's a muscle reflex from his years at Florida when SEC coaches were programmed to promote the league 365 days a year. It was all part of the SEC's...
  • Taylor, McClendon named Penn State's athletes of the year

    Taylor, McClendon named Penn State's athletes of the year
    Penn State announced Tuesday that women's volleyball player Deja McClendon and wrestler David Taylor are its female and male athletes of the year. McClendon is a four-time AVCA All-American, the fifth in Penn State history. She was a unanimous selection...
  • Navy javelin thrower Stell finishes third in NCAAs

    Colleges Navy javelin thrower Stell finishes third in NCAAs Navy sophomore Jay Stell finished third overall in javelin at the NCAA outdoor track and field championship Saturday in Eugene, Ore. Stell is the fourth Navy men's track and field student-...
  • NCAA governance issues will have trickle-down effect on smaller Division I conferences, schools

    NCAA governance issues will have trickle-down effect on smaller Division I conferences, schools
    Membership stable after two years of upheaval, Colonial Athletic Association and Atlantic 10 Conference schools and officials turn their attention to the growing movement among the NCAA's power conferences toward greater freedom to govern themselves....
  • Rivals.com's Farrell believes Maryland has a chance at Kai Locksley

    Rivals.com's Farrell believes Maryland has a chance at Kai Locksley
    Mike Farrell, the national recruiting director for Rivals.com, believes that Maryland has a chance to bring four-star recruit Kai Locksley to College Park in 2015. But Farrell said the negatives might outweigh the positives in terms of the way Terps...
  • Terps, Hopkins to host first two Big Ten men's lacrosse tournaments

    Terps, Hopkins to host first two Big Ten men's lacrosse tournaments
    The Big Ten's two newest additions for men's lacrosse will host the first two conference tournaments, the organization announced Thursday. The 2015 men’s tournament will be held April 30 to May 2 at Maryland's Byrd Stadium in College Park; the...
  • 10 dark horse candidates for the Heisman Trophy

    10 dark horse candidates for the Heisman Trophy
      Ohio State’s Braxton Miller headlines an impressive list of dark horse candidates for the Heisman Trophy award. Ameer Abdullah, RB, Nebraska The Buzz: For the second straight year, Abdullah rushed for more than 1,100 yards – 1,690 to...
  • Geno On WTIC: UConn Made Mistakes With ACC; XL Has Problems

    Geno On WTIC: UConn Made Mistakes With ACC; XL Has Problems
    Geno Auriemma ended a three-hour stint as a WTIC-AM radio host Wednesday by admitting past legal action from UConn likely hindered its admission to the Atlantic Coast Conference and said only a focus on continued athletic success will help the athletic...
  • NCAA president Mark Emmert not surprised by Division IV comments, confident about future

    NCAA president Mark Emmert not surprised by Division IV comments, confident about future
    NCAA president Mark Emmert was not surprised by fiery comments from the SEC’s Mike Slive, but he’s confident everything will work out for the organization and its members.   Emmert met with athletic directors in a private session during the ...