Terps football officially kicks off in nine days. See how players and Coach Locksley are feeling heading into their season opener on the 24
COLLEGE PARK, Maryland–The football season starts in two weeks. The Terps are fine-tuning their game in hopes of a successful season.
COLLEGE PARK, Maryland–The Big Ten Conference announced that no fans will be allowed at football games this year. We explore how that will impact the players.
Legislators are pushing to improve the University of Maryland System Board of Regents’ transparency through proposing a bill that would add members and create other changes to increase openness.
Most of the four Maryland high school products playing in Sunday’s Super Bowl between the Los Angeles Rams and New England Patriots were in school less than a decade ago, but were competing in a high school football landscape that looks much different than today’s.
ATLANTA — About a week into New England Patriots training camp last summer, 10th-year pro Jason McCourty had a question for rookie cornerback JC Jackson. “How did you not get drafted?” It was a mystery Jackson had likely given plenty…
Lawmakers on Thursday admonished the chancellor and chair of the University System of Maryland Board of Regents for the panel’s lack of transparency and overreach in a controversial decision to retain the University of Maryland, College Park football coach and athletic director, while accepting the university president’s resignation.
The Commission appointed by University of Maryland President Wallace Loh to investigate claims of a “toxic culture” in the school’s football program has released its report. The investigation follows the
death last spring of player Jordan McNair. The Commission said the Athletics Department lacked a culture of accountability and failed to provide adequate oversight of the football program. It did not make any recommendations concerning the fates of the football coach or the University’s president. The report now goes to the University System of Maryland’s Board of Regents.
COLLEGE PARK, Maryland — USA Today sports columnist Christine Brennan believes University of Maryland head coach DJ Durkin, athletic director Damon Evans and president Wallace Loh will be fired for mishandling an abusive culture that resulted in Jordan McNair’s death…