Posted November 21, 2012 on
The Maryland Terrapins are more focused on North Carolina than the move to the Big Ten.
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The Associated Press Tianna Hawkins had 25 points and nine rebounds, Malina Howard added 17 points, and Alicia DeVaughn had 14 to help No. 10 Maryland beat American 94-54 on Wednesday.
It was the first game for Maryland (3-1) since a 50-49 loss at St. Joseph's on Saturday. Maryland started freshman Chloe Pavlech at point guard for the first time and she responded with eight...
As the news of the Maryland Terrapins, a charter member of the ACC since 1963, announcing to the college world that they will be leaving the Atlantic Coast Conference, unconcerned about the $50 million buyout, to go to the Big 10 I headed to the various UNC web boards to read what the fan base [...]
When the rumors started surfacing about Maryland possibly leaving the ACC to go to the Big Ten, I believed in them about as much as I believe in Santa Claus or the Easter bunny. We have heard so many rumors about every school in the ACC going to one conference or another since the realignment really got going that I figured it was just a silly rumor. But then the stories came out...