Former Maryland football player’s transition to becoming a Coach

Cam Spence, who came to Maryland as one of the highest-rated recruits in the team’s 2017 class, had a collegiate career plagued with injuries, forcing him to retire in 2019. After retirement, Spence spent last season as a signal caller for the Terps defense. Amidst the pandemic, Spence took the opportunity to create a name for himself in the coaching world. He spent the summer training NFL players including Cavon Walker (Steelers), Javon Kinlaw (49ers), Keandre Jones (Bengals) and more.

Big Ten Football is back

Back in August Big Ten presidents and chancellors postponed the football season. September 16th they announced that they voted to unanimously reverse their decision.The Big Ten expects to play 8 regular season games in addition to a championship week. Maryland will kick off their season October 24th at Northwestern.

Maryland’s indoor dining capacity has increased from 50 percent to 75 percent

Indoor dining capacity in Maryland has increased from 50 percent to 75 percent, with appropriate distancing and while following public health requirements.

Dozens rally in Anne Arundel County for the return of high school sports

SEVERNA PARK, Maryland- Dozens of Anne Arundel County parents and players attended a rally in Severna Park to advocate for the return of high school sports this month. Former Governor Robert Ehrlich helped organize the rally, which was held at…