by: @Jeff_Ermann — 247 Sports 2h
Favour Aire speaks schools involved
by: Henry Malone — SB Nation: Testudo Times 4h
This is the Maryland Minute, a short story followed by a roundup of Terps-related news.
by: STEVE MEGARGEE — The Washington Times 8h
A look at the upcoming week around the Big Ten Conference:
by: Steve Megargee | AP — Washington Post 9h
No. 7 Iowa and No. 19 Illinois will both be playing for the first time in over a week when they face off Friday
by: Associated Press — NBC Sports 10h
Wisconsin had blown most of an 18-point halftime lead against Maryland when Micah Potter delivered the counterpunch that flattened the potential comeback.
by: DAVID GINSBURG — The Washington Times 11h
Micah Potter had 23 points and 12 rebounds and No. 14 Wisconsin slipped past Maryland 61-55 Wednesday night after blowing most of an 18-point halftime lead.
by: (AP) — NCAA: Maryland Terrapins Athletics 11h
Micah Potter had 23 points and 12 rebounds and No. 14 Wisconsin slipped past Maryland 61-55 Wednesday
by: David Ginsburg | AP — Washington Post 12h
Micah Potter had 23 points and 12 rebounds and No. 14 Wisconsin slipped past Maryland 61-55 Wednesday night after blowing most of an 18-point halftime lead
by: Daniel Oyefusi — The Baltimore Sun 12h
The Terps shot 48% in the second half and cut an 18-point halftime deficit to three, but fell short of completing the comeback and remain winless at home in conference play.
by: Wesley Brown — SB Nation: Testudo Times 12h
The Terps were inconsistent all night long.
by: @Badger247 — 247 Sports 15h
Wisconsin will play a repeat opponent for the first time in Big Ten play on Wednesday. The No. 14 Badgers (12-4, 6-3 Big Ten) are set to play at Maryland (9-7, 3-6) at 8
“I think most of us give back to the university now because we were fortunate to have people giving to the university when we were there." Brian Carroll (@TerpsMLax) says his decision to come to Maryland had a "domino effect" on his career path. More ⤵️ https://t.co/kcUeic0DSQOfficial Team Account
Following the tragic death of their son, the parents of Jordan McNair will receive a $3.5 million settlement. Maryland Athletics is also partnering w/ the Jordan McNair Foundation, a non-profit focused on awareness of the signs & symptoms of heat stroke. https://t.co/lGOoIX7CIiBlogger / Podcaster
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