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  • Adams brings flair to tough Terps running attack

    Adams brings flair to tough Terps running attack
    D.J. Adams has abandoned the diamond earring he wore last season and trimmed away most evidence of the blond dye job that he says was just a "training camp thing." It's not that Maryland's flashy running back has suddenly lost his sense of style. It's...
  • Notebook: Edsall says 'there will be some changes' to depth chart

    A week into training camp, Maryland coach Randy Edsall is ready to tinker with the depth chart. "There will be some changes," the coach said Tuesday during Media Day at the football complex. Edsall is more secretive about player moves than his...
  • Edsall invites FBI agent to talk to Terps

    Edsall invites FBI agent to talk to Terps
    Maryland invited an FBI agent to speak to players about making sure they steer clear of bookmakers and others who could do the program harm, coach Randy Edsall said Friday. The agent addressed the team Thursday. "It's just about being proactive," Edsall...
  • Terps quarterback O'Brien proves to be a fan favorite

    Terps quarterback O'Brien proves to be a fan favorite
    COLLEGE PARK — Given the early hour and the sleepy spectators, this clearly wasn't the Maryland football team's answer to Midnight Madness. But as the team's Fan Appreciation Day workout wore on early Saturday morning inside Byrd Stadium, the...
  • Coaches' creed: Chase the cash

    Every year we must explain to students the "Five W's" of college football turnover. Who? What? Went where? Why? Things don't stay the same very long. Players cycle out every four or five years, and for coaches, the grass is usually greener anywhere...
  • Terps 'hung together' through changes, now looking forward to season

    Terps 'hung together' through changes, now looking forward to season
    It's only been seven months since word began to filter out to Maryland players that Ralph Friedgen was being dismissed as coach. As they worked out in the unyielding heat Tuesday drenched in sweat, several players said it felt as if much more time had...
  • Terps might be too poor to pay players

    Terps might be too poor to pay players
    In light of an off-season marred by numerous scandals and NCAA investigations, ESPN.com recently started a series meant to determine whether universities could pay their athletes. Yesterday, ACC blogger Heather Dinich, who covered the Terps for The...
  • Maryland to pay Edsall $2 million per year and Turgeon $1.9 million annually

    Maryland to pay Edsall $2 million per year and Turgeon $1.9 million annually
    COLLEGE PARK — The contracts Maryland signed with its new men's basketball and football coaches contain incentives reflecting athletic department priorities — competing nationally, quickly leasing luxury stadium suites and selling more...
  • Here's what ACC teams are trying to accomplish during spring practice

    BOSTON COLLEGE Practice opened: March 15. Spring game: April 16. Key losses: OT Anthony Castonzo, DE Alex Albright, LB Mark Herzlich, DT Damik Scafe, CB DeLeon Gause, OG Thomas Claiborne, OT Rich Lapham, WR Ifeanyi Momah, DE Brad Newman, RB James...
  • Offensive line could be unit of strength for Maryland

    Offensive line could be unit of strength for Maryland
    Adjusting to the new systems of first-year coach Randy Edsall hasn't been much of a problem for Maryland's offensive line. Center Bennett Fulper said Thursday that the linemen are faring just fine and looking forward to Saturday's annual Red-White Spring...
  • O'Brien shines in Terps' spring football game

    O'Brien shines in Terps' spring football game
    — Fans who attended Maryland's spring football game Saturday at Byrd Stadium saw a new head coach and coordinators, new looks on offense and defense, and nine players in different positions than a year ago. There was even a wide receiver —...