Found November 08, 2011 on
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Notre Dame Fighting Irish vs Maryland Terrapins Odds
The Maryland Terrapins host Notre Dame on Saturday, looking to build on their 2-7 ATS mark against the 6-3 Fighting Irish in NCAAF action at FedExField.
The Terrapins currently sports a record of 2-7, and have posted a corresponding betting slate of 2-7 ATS. The Fighting Irish are 6-3 and 4-5 ATS. Betting totals have seen the Terrapins post a 4-5 over under record this season, while the Fighting Irish have gone 3-5-1 against the number.
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The men's soccer team opens up the ACC Tournament tonight with a game at Maryland. The Terps have owned BC in soccer since we joined the ACC. When Nick LaSpada won the Gatorade award for Massachusetts as a sophomore, it seemed like New England was going to have a legitimate five-star, top recruit prospect. Since then he's suffered a series of injuries and setbacks. The latest...
Coach: Mark Turgeon. First season; 250-159 overall Key player: G Terrell Stoglin. The sophomore will run the point out of necessity for the season's first two months, and he'll also likely need to provide a significant scoring boost and stay out of foul trouble for the depleted Terrapins. No pressure. ...
Former University of Notre Dame football standout and 1987 Heisman Trophy winner Tim Brown today has been named by the NCAA as one of six former student-athletes to be recipients of its Silver Anniversary Award that annually recognizes distinguished individuals on the 25th anniversary of the conclusion of their college athletics careers.
The University of Notre Dame football team returns to the road this weekend for a Shamrock Series matchup with Maryland at FedEx Field in Washington, DC.