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WATCH: Texas Longhorns fans threw trash onto field during embarrassing loss to Maryland

Texas Longhorns fans were excited about the beginning of the Tom Herman era heading into Saturday’s game against Maryland. With the Horns listed as an 18-point underdog, what could go wrong?Well, everything.The team fell behind 27-7 and was never able to recover from there. The Longhorns defense gave up 482 total yards, and against the Terps, that’s terrible.Fans were not happy about...
Via The Sports Daily
September 03, 2017  |  Discuss

Report: Maryland loses starting QB Tyrrell Pigrome for season

The Maryland Terrapins engineered one of the biggest upsets of college football Week 1 partly due to the play of starting quarterback Tyrrell Pigrome. Unfortunately, he’ll not play again in 2017 after tearing his ACL in that game. Before exiting Saturday’s game, Pigrome had totaled 239 yards and three touchdowns — two through the air and one on the ground.In his stead, freshman Kasim...
Via Sportsnaut
September 05, 2017  |  Discuss

The Maryland Terrapins might be back, but 16 years ago they were on top of the world

By John D. Davis / @John_D_DavisThe Maryland Terrapins pulled off the upset victory over the Texas Longhorns last weekend, and now the question must be raised: Is this a legit team or nah? For the Terps, the victory might serve as a motivation to chase history. What history, you ask? A birth in the Big Ten Conference Championship. If they’re able to survive the Big Ten gauntlet—and...
Via The Sports Fan Journal
September 08, 2017  |  Discuss

Maryland volleyball beats Oklahoma, loses to No. 7 Washington to cap the Maryland Challenge

Gabe Fernandez/Testudo Times Maryland womens volleyball went 1-1 on the final day of the Maryland challenge, defeating Oklahoma 3-0 this morning before falling to No. 7 Washington 3-0 tonight. The Terps go 2-1 in the challenge and enter Big Ten play 11-1, their best start to a season under Steve Aird. Maryland 3, Oklahoma 0 Maryland had another straight set win to start day two,...
Via CSN Mid-Atlantic
September 16, 2017

10 things the college football polls got wrong after Week 3

A new set of college football polls have arrived, and with them comes the usual griping about who’s overrated and who’s underrated. After a week that saw a few top 25 teams put in quality performances — and a few others significantly underwhelm — there’s more than ever to try to make sense of.Here’s a list of 10 questionable items spotted in this week’s set of polls, both from the...
Via Larry Brown Sports
September 19, 2017  |  Discuss

Maryland field hockey falls to Princeton, 2-1, snapping winning streak

Gabe Fernandez / Testudo Times No. 10 Maryland field hockey fell behind early to No. 17 Princeton and couldnt stop the Tigers quick offense as they defeated the Terps, 2-1, on Tuesday in College Park. After starting out their four-game homestand with a commanding 4-1 win over Bucknell, the Terps (5-3) faced the first of four straight ranked opponents in the Tigers.
Via CSN Mid-Atlantic
September 19, 2017

Behind enemy lines: Q&A with Underdog Dynasty ahead of Maryland-UCF

Logan Bowles-USA TODAY Sports After two wins and a bye week, Maryland football is back in action on Saturday. The Terps will host UCF for the second straight year; last season, Maryland took down the Knights 30-24 in double-overtime.
Via CSN Mid-Atlantic
September 20, 2017

Maryland basketball fills out its roster with a walk-on point guard

Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports College basketball season is right around the corner, and Maryland found its final addition for the 2017-18 season. The Terps
Via CSN Mid-Atlantic
September 21, 2017

Maryland women’s soccer vs. Illinois preview

Photo by Maryland Athletics While Maryland womens soccer suffered its first loss of the season Sunday at Rutgers, the Terps hung with one
Via CSN Mid-Atlantic
September 21, 2017

For Maryland field hockey, 2nd-half success has its limits

Gabe Fernandez / Testudo Times The Maryland field hockey team began to acknowledge that being a second-half team had its limits on Tuesday, when the Terps broke their four-game winning streak with a loss to No. 17 Princeton. Only three of Marylands 20 goals this season have been scored in the first half of games. It almost seemed routine for the team to show a strong offensive presence...
Via CSN Mid-Atlantic
September 21, 2017

Maryland football is bringing back the $10,000 punt return sweepstakes for the UCF game

John Gutierrez-USA TODAY Sports Maryland is once again offering a random student $10,000 if a punt is returned for a touchdown in the second half of the Terps game against UCF. The team announced the drawing in a promotional email to students on Thursday morning. The marketing department is making a push to get fans to stay the entire game, as 4,000 students will also get a voucher...
Via CSN Mid-Atlantic
September 22, 2017

Maryland’s veteran defensive line is showcasing its versatility

Marc Lebryk-USA TODAY Sports Maryland football entered the 2017 season with more experience on the defensive line than at any other position. The Terps front four was all seniors with starting experience, including two regular starters returning from last year.
Via CSN Mid-Atlantic
September 22, 2017

Maryland football vs. UCF preview: Terps return to action looking to start 3-0

Mitch Stringer-USA TODAY Sports When Maryland and UCF take the field Saturday afternoon in College Park, itll be under rather unusual circumstances. Neither team played last week, but for different reasons. The Terps had their scheduled bye week, but the Golden Knights Week 2 game against Memphis was postponed until later this month and their game last week against Georgia Tech was...
Via CSN Mid-Atlantic
September 22, 2017

Female Terps fan smashes beer on forehead and chugs it, channeling Steve Austin

Part of what makes college football so great is the passion exhibited by fans before, during and after games.That was on full display before Saturday’s UCF-Maryland game kicked off, when some fans were preparing for the action.One particular female fan channeled Stone Cold Steve Austin, as she stood on a table and then caught a beer that was thrown in her direction. She then smashed...
Via The Sports Daily
29 days ago  |  Discuss

Who are Maryland’s football’s 15 best quarterback options?

Photo by Tim Warner/Getty Images Maryland lost its first football game of the season Saturday, falling 38-10 to UCF. The Terps entered the game 2-0, with wins over Texas and Towson keyed by explosive offensive play, but that didnt continue in this one.
Via CSN Mid-Atlantic
29 days ago

Maryland volleyball sweeps Indiana for first Big Ten win

Gabe Fernandez/Testudo Times Maryland volleyball got its first win in Big Ten play Saturday, knocking off Indiana in straight sets. The Terps won with set scores of 25-17, 25-19 and 26-24. It was the first win for the Terps at Indiana since joining the Big Ten, and at 1-1 Maryland is also at .500 in the Big Ten for the first time. In the past three years, the Terps had lost at least...
Via CSN Mid-Atlantic
29 days ago

Maryland field hockey falls to Northwestern, 3-2

Gabe Fernandez / Testudo Times In a game where the heat of the offenses matched the heat of the weather, Maryland field hockeys firepower fell just short to Northwesterns, and the Terps dropped their first conference game of the season, 3-2. Despite an atypical first-half response from the Terps, and a quick lead in the second, Northwesterns slew of penalty corners was too much for...
Via CSN Mid-Atlantic
29 days ago

Maryland women’s soccer falls to Northwestern, 2-0

After getting its first Big Ten win on Friday, Maryland womens soccer couldnt build off it, as the Terps fell to Northwestern in Evanston, 2-0. Maryland had a rough first half, as Northwestern dominated the Terps for the first 45 minutes. The Wildcats scored twice in a four-minute span, both coming off corner kicks from the left end of the field.
Via CSN Mid-Atlantic
29 days ago

Maryland football faces uncertainty after loss to UCF

Josh Williams Two games into the 2017 season, Maryland football fans were filled with optimism and lofty aspirations. When freshman quarterback Kasim Hill went down with an injury in the Terps 28-point loss to UCF, those aspirations seemed to crumble with him.
Via CSN Mid-Atlantic
28 days ago

Maryland men’s soccer vs. UMBC preview: Terps take on an in-state foe

Gabe Fernandez | Testudo Times No. 3 Maryland mens soccer was held scoreless for the second time this season on Friday against No. 6 Michigan State, but the Terps defensive dominance continued in another scoreless draw. Maryland has gone 508 minutes without conceding a goal, holding opponents scoreless for five straight matches. After starting the Big Ten schedule with two wins...
Via CSN Mid-Atlantic
28 days ago

Maryland QB Kasim Hill out for season with torn ACL

Josh Williams Maryland has played three football games in 2017. The Terps have now lost two quarterbacks for the season. True freshman Kasim Hill suffered a torn ACL in the first quarter against UCF and will have surgery this week, head coach DJ Durkin confirmed Tuesday.
Via CSN Mid-Atlantic
27 days ago

Maryland men’s soccer ties UMBC, 1-1

When Donovan Pines scored in the 55th minute for his first career goal, Maryland mens soccer was on its way to a program-record sixth straight shutout. The Terps backline hadnt given up a goal in five straight matches, and even playing in front of a sold-out crowd, UMBC didnt look like it would end its in-state rivals streak. But after 567 minutes of not allowing a goal, the Retrievers...
Via CSN Mid-Atlantic
26 days ago

Maryland men’s soccer looks to increase offensive efficiency after recent cold stretch

Gabe Fernandez | Testudo Times Maryland mens soccer recorded two dozen shots Tuesday night against in-state rival UMBC, but came away with only one goal in its second consecutive draw on the road. Between Friday nights efforts against No. 6 Michigan State and four days later against the Retrievers, the Terps have combined for one goal in their last 44 shots.
Via CSN Mid-Atlantic
26 days ago

Maryland field hockey will look to physically and mentally regroup in Michigan

Gabe Fernandez This has not been an easy stretch of games for Maryland field hockey. The team just finished a portion of the schedule that included five games, with three ranked opponents, over a ten-day span. Signs of fatigue began on Friday during the Terps victory over No. 19 Iowa.
Via CSN Mid-Atlantic
25 days ago

Maryland women’s soccer vs. Wisconsin preview: Terps kick off a Ludwig doubleheader

Photo by Maryland Athletics For the first time in 22 days, Maryland womens soccer will play a home game, as Wisconsin comes to College Park on Friday. The Terps are fresh off a 1-2 road trip to begin Big Ten play, while the Badgers went 2-1 to open the conference season, each game needing an overtime period. These two teams havent matched since 2015, when Wisconsin defeated the...
Via CSN Mid-Atlantic
25 days ago
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