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  • Native Dancer, 5 others to be inducted into Md. Hall of Fame in November

    Racehorse Native Dancer, swimmer Beth Botsford, baseball-football players Tommy Brown and Brian Jordan, lacrosse player and coach Bob Scott and figure skater Kimmie Meissner will be inducted into the Maryland State Athletic Hall of Fame on Nov. 13 from...
  • Ten things we learned during this weekend of college football action

    Ten things we learned during this weekend of college football action
    Check out the top 10 things we learned during another packed college football weekend: 1. Never count out Steve Spurrier. The Gamecocks seemed to be shoved out the SEC division title race after a blowout loss to Texas A&M in the opener, but South...
  • With offense back on track, West Virginia should test Terps more than it did in 2013

    With offense back on track, West Virginia should test Terps more than it did in 2013
    COLLEGE PARK — The Maryland football team puts together a preliminary scouting report of each opponent on its schedule during the summer, scanning through last season's film to get an early feel for what a team might look like this season. For...
  • Apprentice rider Ritvo wins at Laurel Park in his first race in Maryland

    Apprentice rider Ritvo wins at Laurel Park in his first race in Maryland
    Et cetera Apprentice rider Ritvo wins at Laurel Park in his first race in Maryland Apprentice rider Michael Ritvo guided Winter Lady to victory in the eighth race at Laurel Park on Friday on his first Maryland mount. Ritvo, 20, who moved his tack from...
  • Terps women's soccer team kicks off Big Ten competition with a win

    Terps women's soccer team kicks off Big Ten competition with a win
    COLLEGE PARK — There were cheerleaders on either side of the Maryland women's soccer team as it jogged onto Ludwig Field before its game Friday night. Capping the scene was a Big Ten banner that was displayed as the players made their entrance....
  • Teddy Greenstein's Big Ten football picks

    Teddy Greenstein's Big Ten football picks
    Thank you, Gov. Chris Christie. By lifting the ban on sports wagering at New Jersey casinos and racetracks, you have made this column a must-read for the fine folks of your state. Indiana (minus 7.5) at Bowling Green: You know times are tough when you...
  • Virginia, East Carolina provide early upsets in college football

    Oh, what a beautiful … morning? At first glance, the early batch of Saturday games looked like a reason to sleep in, but thank goodness we set the alarm. The action was so surprisingly compelling that even Mother Nature wanted to watch by...
  • First and 20: Pac-12 South a virtual toss-up

    The Sports Xchange By Anthony Gimino, The Sports Xchange First and 20: Pac-12 South a virtual toss-up The third week of the college football season didn't look like anything special, mostly a pause in the action before the heat of full-on conference...
  • Notes: Questionable calls don't go Maryland's way late in loss to Mountaineers

    COLLEGE PARK — The Maryland football team had plenty of self-inflicted wounds in Saturday's 40-37 loss to West Virginia. The Terps also did not get much help from the officials, most notably during the game's final minutes. First, officials...
  • Rudy Gay says broken jaw came on 'dirty play'

    Rudy Gay says broken jaw came on 'dirty play'
    Men's basketball Gay says broken jaw came on 'dirty play' Team USA forward Rudy Gay (Archbishop Spalding) told USA Today on Saturday that the broken jaw he suffered in Thursday's win over Lithuania in the FIBA World Cup in Spain came on a "dirty play....
  • College spotlight: If you slept in, sorry about that

    Oh, what a beautiful … morning? Saturday's early games appeared to be, at one TV viewers' guide paper, a good reason to sleep until noon. The action turned out to be so compelling, though, that even Mother Nature was determined to watch by...