Collegiate coaches moving forward through coronavirus concerns

Athlete eligibility and scholarship availability are two of the biggest questions college coaches are now tasked with moving forward as the COVID-19 pandemic spreads across the United States.

Fans, students and players react to outcome of investigation into Maryland football culture

More than two months into the investigation, the USM Board of Regents released the results to the public.

In balancing books and play, college football players find it’s a matter of division

WASHINGTON – For the third time in four weeks, the Division III football team at Salisbury University was making final preparations for a trip to face an opposing team. Friday mornings before a trip to another school are busy affairs…

The Washington Bullpen, Episode 6

Episode 6 of the Washington Bullpen. The hosts discuss recent SCOTUS actions, NCAA corruption and craft brewery legislation.

Public losing confidence in NCAA, president says

The president of the NCAA said Monday that the public is losing confidence in his organization’s ability to regulate college basketball and other sports, suggesting that the problem needs to be fixed quickly.

The data doesn’t lie – top 8 data visualization stories of 2017

Our CNS team rounded up the top eight stories from the Data Lab in 2017.

Remember Maryland’s “Oh, he steal” game?

COLLEGE PARK, Maryland – Fifteen March Madnesses ago, Maryland reigned supreme. Maryland’s 2002 National Championship, the only title in school history, was seemingly the perfect storm: Cole Field House’s final season and redemption for the previous season’s Final Four loss.…

Mount St. Mary’s has a mountain to climb to beat Villanova

In a David versus Goliath type battle, one of the smallest schools in the tournament with the smallest player in college basketball is taking on last years champions in the first round of March Madness.

With academics as the only factor, March Madness brackets get busted

In this 2017 NCAA men’s basketball tournament bracket, the winners are determined by a team’s graduation rate, not its athletic chops

Maryland Terps at B1G Tournament
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