Maryland Basketball Triumphant in Return to Baltimore

The last time the Maryland Terrapins played a game at what was then known as First Mariner Arena in downtown Baltimore, they defeated the Iowa Hawkeyes 84-65 in the Big Ten/ACC Challenge. That was on Nov. 30, 1999. Maryland was also looking for déjà vu against Princeton, beating the Tigers 81-58 at First Mariner on…

Maryland Starts Big, Falls Flat on Senior Day

COLLEGE PARK, Md. – It’s been a long, tough season for Maryland Terrapins football. Randy Edsall failed to make it through his fifth season as head coach; he was fired after Maryland’s 49-28 loss at Ohio State on October 10, and was replaced by Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks Coach Mike Locksley. However, that hasn’t helped matters much….

Ravens face season without Suggs

The Ravens lost their opening game of the 2015 NFL season in Denver. That loss pales in comparison to an injury sustained by one of Baltimore’s most important players, linebacker Terrell Suggs. Suggs, the emotional leader of the Ravens, tore his left Achilles tendon in the fourth quarter of Baltimore’s 19-13 loss at Denver. He…

Terrapins trying to find identity early in season

The Maryland Terrapins are continuing to search for consistency, especially on offense, and especially at quarterback. Perry Hills was named the starting quarterback just before the season opener Labor Day weekend. After falling behind 14-13 late in the first half against the Richmond Spiders of the Football Championship Subdivision, the Terps scored nine unanswered points…

Training camp injuries test Ravens’ depth on offensive line

The offensive line was a point of strength for the Baltimore Ravens during the 2014 season. The line gave up just 19 sacks all season long, which meant that quarterback Joe Flacco usually had plenty of time to find open receivers. However, that strength is being tested heading into the 2015 season. The Ravens have…

Maryland football looks to improve in second B1G season

After languishing in its final few sea- sons of football and men’s basketball in the ACC, a new era began last summer in College Park when the University of Maryland, along with Rutgers University in New Jersey, officially joined the Big Ten Conference. In their first season of Big Ten football, Maryland went 4-4 in…