Former Maryland wrestler Taylor, who graduated in 2010, was one of the thousands of college students involved in club and varsity sports who are hazed by their teammates each year.
Eric Hayes spent four years at Maryland leading his teammates as a dependable point guard. Now, he’s following someone else’s path.
No. 99 isn’t a player on the Maryland football team. He’s Keith Moore, better known as “Special K,” a Maryland super fan who has pumped up the crowd at Byrd Stadium for decades.
Just because the Harrison twins committed to Kentucky does not mean their father, Aaron Harrison Sr. has forgotten where he came from.