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  • Without Geno Smith and Tavon Austin, West Virginia looks to begin new era

    Without Geno Smith and Tavon Austin, West Virginia looks to begin new era
    When Geno Smith and Tavon Austin departed West Virginia for the NFL after last season, they left their names in the school's record books and their legacies firmly planted in Morgantown, W.Va. Filling their cleats isn't easy, but redshirt freshman...
  • Terps Trio: Young CBs, is it must-win and recruit who stands out

    Terps Trio: Young CBs, is it must-win and recruit who stands out
    Baltimore Sun reporters Jeff Barker and Don Markus and producer-editor Jonas Shaffer weigh in on the three biggest topics of the past week in Maryland sports. How do you expect Maryland – absent both starting cornerbacks – will fare...
  • Stinebaugh's 'hard work' pays off with first Terps touchdown catch

    Stinebaugh's 'hard work' pays off with first Terps touchdown catch
    The first four years of Dave Stinebaugh's career at Maryland were plagued by injuries and inactivity. The former Perry Hall standout seemed to spend more time in the training room than on the field, and went long stretches without any catches. Stinebaugh...
  • Dressed-up Terps look fabulous in 37-0 rout of West Virginia in Baltimore

    Dressed-up Terps look fabulous in 37-0 rout of West Virginia in Baltimore
    It all felt fresh for Maryland on Saturday — its splashy, bright red uniforms, its first four-game winning streak in seven years, the beginning of a new chapter against a West Virginia team that had beaten the Terps seven straight times. Even...
  • Terps safety A.J. Hendy wants to prove he can start

    Terps safety A.J. Hendy wants to prove he can start
    Players take motivation where they can get it. For Maryland safety A.J. Hendy, it has been about helping the Terps begin the season on a roll, but also about proving he can be a starter. Hendy, a junior, was in a tight competition with sophomore Sean...
  • Loyola (Md.) season opener has Patriot feeling

     
    The head coaching tenure of G.G. Smith will officially kickoff at Loyola University Maryland on Friday, Nov. 8, when the Greyhounds open the 2013-2014 regular-season at Binghamton. The Bearcats are coached by former Rider head coach and Dunmore (Pa.)...
  • West Virginia upsets No. 11 Oklahoma State, 30-21

    Could this be the start of an upset binge? West Virginia, which got shut out last week by Maryland, has rebounded to scoring a somewhat shocking 30-21 win over No. 11 Oklahoma State. The Mountaineers (3-2) overcame some shaky clock management in the...
  • Teel Time: Virginia Tech's defense returns to its run-stuffing ways

    Teel Time: Virginia Tech's defense returns to its run-stuffing ways
    Two sequences defined Virginia Tech’s defensive dominance in Thursday night’s 17-10 victory at Georgia Tech. Both came on short yardage and showcased a strength against the run that, while long a program staple, had been missing in recent...
  • Rams rookie Tavon Austin, a Dunbar grad, still looking to break through in NFL

    Rams rookie Tavon Austin, a Dunbar grad, still looking to break through in NFL
    During a decorated college career at West Virginia, Baltimore's Tavon Austin was tough to grab in the open field. Austin had 3,413 receiving yards in four years in Morgantown, W.Va., and much of the damage he did as a receiver came after the catch...
  • Brian Deppe wins latest Groller-Zambelli Challenge

     
    I've often said that Brian Deppe knows what's going on around here better than most people who live here. He kind of proved that this weekend when he won the fifth week of the Groller-Zambelli Challenge even though he lives in Charlotte, N.C. Brian is...
  • End of football rivalry with Virginia brings bittersweet memories for Maryland

    End of football rivalry with Virginia brings bittersweet memories for Maryland
    — The shouts of joy emanating from the visitors' locker room were loud enough to be heard in the tunnel at Scott Stadium. It was November 2010 and Maryland had just defeated Virginia, which had won eight of the previous nine meetings in...