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  • Terps blow 25-point lead on Senior Day and lose to Rutgers, 41-38

    Terps blow 25-point lead on Senior Day and lose to Rutgers, 41-38
    Maryland's offensive players slowly walked off the field. Some, such as wide receiver Jacquille Veii, aggressively unstrapped the chinstraps from their helmets and slammed their arms to their side. Others trudged off, seemingly in disbelief and in the...
  • A Pitt-Penn State bowl game? Not at Yankee Stadium

    A Pitt-Penn State bowl game? Not at Yankee Stadium
    An early renewal of the Pitt-Penn State football rivalry doesn't appear likely this postseason — at least not at Yankee Stadium. The teams, which renew their rivalry at Pittsburgh's Heinz Field in 2016, cannot meet in the Dec. 27 Pinstripe Bowl...
  • UConn edged SMU for AAC men's basketball conference favorite in preseason poll

    Reigning NCAA men's basketball champion UConn narrowly edged out SMU as the preseason favorite to win the 2014-15 American Athletic Conference title. The Huskies received 96 overall points and six first place votes to the Mustangs' 94 points and five...
  • Big Ten fares poorly in first playoff rankings

    When Big Ten Commissioner Jim Delany finally gave his blessing to a playoff, it was a nod to hyperventilating college football fans and a thumbs-up to extra TV money. Another benefit: Given that the SEC champion was practically guaranteed to advance...
  • Virginia, Virginia Tech face stout road tests in ACC men's basketball season

    BLACKSBURG — Virginia will have to manage two particularly challenging stretches of Atlantic Coast Conference men’s basketball games if it hopes to repeat as conference champions, while Virginia Tech must get used to road life early and late...
  • Terps men's soccer hasn't forgotten about title game loss, or chance to avenge it

    Terps men's soccer hasn't forgotten about title game loss, or chance to avenge it
    COLLEGE PARK — There are no commemorative T-shirts worn at practice to remind Sasho Cirovski and his Maryland men's soccer team of their controversial loss to Notre Dame in the final of last year's College Cup. There is no new slogan etched onto the...
  • Bet On UConn, Ryan Boatright To Take Center Stage At AAC Media Day

    The American Athletic Conference's second round of basketball media days begins with the men in Manhattan on Wednesday – the AAC women have their day Thursday - and it figures to be quite a bit different from the first. For one thing, it's in...
  • Abdullah's record day leads Nebraska past Rutgers

    No. 16 Nebraska 42, Rutgers 24: Ameer Abdullah posted a school-record 341 all-purpose yards and ran for three touchdowns as the host Cornhuskers cruised past the Scarlet Knights in the first meeting between the schools in 94 years. Abdullah carried 19...
  • Northwestern, Syracuse highlight Terps' schedule in first women's Big Ten season

    Northwestern, Syracuse highlight Terps' schedule in first women's Big Ten season
    Maryland's schedule for the first Big Ten women's lacrosse season features some things old and some things new as the Terps leave behind a couple of storied rivalries to face a new conference and new foes, including a first meeting with Florida. The...
  • AAC's Aresco In Town; Talks Up Tougher Nonconference Schedules

    AAC's Aresco In Town; Talks Up Tougher Nonconference Schedules
    HARTFORD – The American Athletic Conference sent four teams to the NCAA men's basketball tournament last March, but commissioner Mike Aresco wants more. "The goal, longer term, is to have seven, eight, nine teams in the mix for the NCAA Tournament,...
  • Redskins' Griffin improving but likely not ready to play Monday

    Redskins' Griffin improving but likely not ready to play Monday
    McCoy still in line to get the start Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III handled his most extensive workload since dislocating his left ankle in Week 2. Coach Jay Gruden said after practice that Griffin "looked good," but that he was...