After up-and-down decade, Juan Dixon returns to College Park with NBA comeback on mind

COLLEGE PARK – Juan Dixon couldn’t help but feel a bit nostalgic as he sat in a red Comcast Center seat late last month. The Terrapins men’s basketball icon had spent the past 20 minutes discussing life after College Park.…

Nick Faust emerges as face of Terps basketball

Nick Faust has become the newest face of the Terrapins men’s basketball program.

Six Surprising Things About Maryland Terps Defensive Lineman A.J. Francis

A.J. Francis is well known for his goofy antics on Twitter, but his full story cannot be captured in 140 characters.

Terps Get Fresh Start in ACC Opener Against Wake Forest

The Maryland Terrapins football team sees the start of ACC play as a fresh start, a chance to take four games worth of growth and learning into a slate filled with familiar foes.

After Up-and-Down Freshman Year, Alex Len Poised for Breakout Season

Maryland Terrapins center Alex Len has added 30 pounds of muscle, expanded his low-post arsenal and learned English in the hopes of becoming a dominant ACC big man.

After Mercurial Freshman Season, Ukrainian Alex Len Comes Out of His Shell

COLLEGE PARK – Alex Len didn’t choose basketball

West Virginia – Maryland Rivalry as Strong as Ever

The Terps and Mountaineers have played 48 times since 1919 — the longest ongoing series for either school.

Edsall’s Unexpected Departure Could Motivate UConn

Tomorrow’s UConn-Maryland game will mark the first time many of Randy Edsall’s former players will see their old coach since that fateful day in January 2010.

Turgeon ‘Optimistic’ Dez Wells Will Play for Maryland This Year

Maryland Terrapins men’s basketball coach Mark Turgeon said Friday afternoon the program has started the process of applying for a waiver to grant former Xavier standout Dezmine Wells immediate eligibility.