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  • Ralph Friedgen out as Rutgers offensive coordinator

    Ralph Friedgen out as Rutgers offensive coordinator
    UPDATE: Rutgers has announced that Ralph Friedgen will move to the role of special assistant to head coach Kyle Flood. Ben McDaniels has been promoted to become the Scarlet Knights' new offensive coordinator.   Former Maryland coach Ralph Friedgen...
  • Friedgen steps down as Rutgers offensive coordinator

    Friedgen steps down as Rutgers offensive coordinator
    NEW YORK (AP) — Ralph Friedgen is stepping down as offensive coordinator at Rutgers after one season with the school and wide receivers coach Ben McDaniels is being promoted to become the fourth coach to run the Scarlet Knight's offense in four...
  • Ex-Lehigh coach Fran McCaffery in middle of flap over player's on-court conduct

    Ex-Lehigh coach Fran McCaffery in middle of flap over player's on-court conduct
    Iowa basketball coach Fran McCaffery was in a little better mood — for the most part — to talk about the latest incident involving center Adam Woodbury. McCaffery, who snapped at two questions about Woodbury after Sunday's 71-55 win over...
  • Looking back at Maryland football's 2011 recruiting class

    The majority of Maryland’s 2011 recruiting class is no longer playing for the Terps, having either graduated, given up football or transferred to another school. Here is a look back at that class, which was Randy Edsall’s first as Maryland&...
  • Terps QB signee Gage Shaffer reminds Randy Edsall of Dan Orlovsky

    Terps QB signee Gage Shaffer reminds Randy Edsall of Dan Orlovsky
    Maryland coach Randy Edsall got his first extensive look at Gage Shaffer during a football camp at Maryland in June, watching as the unheralded 6-foot-7, 205-pound quarterback from Short Gap, W.Va., took part in various drills. Edsall offered Shaffer...
  • Terps guard Dez Wells is 'getting close to 100 percent,' and it shows

    Terps guard Dez Wells is 'getting close to 100 percent,' and it shows
    There have been a few games since Dez Wells returned from a fractured right wrist in late December after which Maryland men’s basketball coach Mark Turgeon said the senior guard seemed like his old self. Or, as Turgeon put it: “Dez was being...
  • Forest Hill's Pursley completes first two marathons in global quest

    Forest Hill's Pursley completes first two marathons in global quest
    Kim Pursley, 44, of Forest Hill has completed the first two steps of her inaugural Triple 7 Quest, an event in which runners compete in seven marathons in seven days on seven continents. She said in an email to The Baltimore Sun that the weather for her...
  • Terps know they need better defense to slow hot-shooting opponents

    Terps know they need better defense to slow hot-shooting opponents
    Whatever silver lining the Maryland men's basketball team is taking from Sunday's 71-55 loss at Iowa, it probably has a few perforations, much like the defense the Terps are playing these days. The most glaring difference between the team that won...
  • Iowa coach's response to Melo Trimble's eye-gouging is eye-opening

    Iowa coach's response to Melo Trimble's eye-gouging is eye-opening
    Iowa men's basketball coach Fran McCaffery obviously was already tired of talking about the dirty play of center Adam Woodbury by the time he got to his postgame news conference on Sunday, so he took it out on the reporter who asked about it. Woodbury...
  • Behind Dez Wells and Jon Graham, Terps beat scrappy Penn State, 64-58

    Behind Dez Wells and Jon Graham, Terps beat scrappy Penn State, 64-58
    More than two months removed from fracturing his right wrist after hitting the floor at the Sprint Center in Kansas City in the first minute of Maryland’s upset of No. 11 Iowa State, senior guard Dez Wells finally looked like the player who...
  • Maryland needs to keep getting production from its big-man rotation

    Maryland needs to keep getting production from its big-man rotation
    One of Mark Turgeon's biggest concerns as his Maryland men's basketball team struggled on the road at Ohio State and Indiana was its lack of production – and at times effort – from the big men. Much as he has done since Alex Len left College...