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  • Maryland nears deal with Mike Locksley

    Maryland nears deal with Mike Locksley
    Maryland is nearing agreement on a contract to hireĀ  former New Mexico coach Mike Locksley as its next offensive coordinator, according to to two sources close to the negotiations. Locksley and the school are working out contract details. While the...
  • Maryland may make change to top defensive staff

    Maryland may make change to top defensive staff
    Maryland announced the hiring Thursday of former New Mexico coach Mike Locksley as offensive coordinator, then switched its focus to the defense where the evaluation of coach Randy Edsall’s staff may well lead to the team hiring a new defensive...
  • Terps hire Locksley, may be searching for defensive coordinator

    Terps hire Locksley, may be searching for defensive coordinator
    Maryland announced the hiring Thursday of former New Mexico coach Mike Locksley as offensive coordinator, then switched its focus to the defense where the evaluation of coach Randy Edsall's staff may lead the team to hire a new defensive coordinator,...
  • Vanderlinden not interested in Terps' defensive coordinator job

    Vanderlinden not interested in Terps' defensive coordinator job
    Penn State assistant Ron Vanderlinden says he won't be coming back to College Park as Maryland's new defensive coordinator. Days after one of his former assistants returned as the team's new offensive coordinator, Vanderlinden wrote to The Baltimore SunĀ ...
  • Q&A with Maryland football coach Randy Edsall

    Q&A with Maryland football coach Randy Edsall
    It was Randy Edsall himself who said early in the 2011 season that the job of turning the Maryland football program into a major Atlantic Coast Conference power wasn't going to be easy and it certainly wasn't going to be done overnight. Still, he couldn'...
  • 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...
  • Maryland's Edsall running football program his way

    Maryland's Edsall running football program his way
    There is only one way Randy Edsall wants the Maryland football program to be run: his. "I'm not worried about pleasing everybody," the first-year Terps coach said Monday. "If I think I got to please everybody, then we're not going to be as good as we...
  • Uniform changes will make Maryland a truly new-look football team

    Uniform changes will make Maryland a truly new-look football team
    When Maryland's new football uniforms are unveiled later this month, they will be as conspicuous for what doesn't appear on the jerseys as what does. Gone will be the players' names — an equipment decision that figures prominently in what might...
  • Former Loyola Blakefield star transfers to TU

    Former Loyola Blakefield star transfers to TU
    Leon Kinnard is coming home, reuniting with former Loyola Blakefield teammate Doug Shaw on the Towson University football team for the upcoming 2011 campaign. The 2008 All-State performer is transferring from the University of Connecticut, where...