Major News From Maryland Basketball

University of Maryland men’s basketball head coach Mark Turgeon announced on Tuesday that Shaquille Cleare, Nick Faust and Roddy Peters have been granted permission to transfer. “I really enjoyed coaching Nick, Shaq and Roddy,” Turgeon said. “It is unfortunate that they will no longer be a part of the program. I wish them the very best in their future endeavors.” Faust...
Via DC Pro Sports Report
April 09, 2014  |  Discuss

Moving Day: Faust, Cleare, Peters Transfer

Wow.  Three Terps have announced their intention to transfer from the University today.  Rising senior, Nick Faust, rising junior, Shaquille Cleare, and rising sophomore, Roddy Peters are leaving the program.  I can't recall a day where three players left the program. All three players have been tremendous disappointments. Faust oozes athleticism but has not shown that...
Via SCACC Hoops
April 09, 2014  |  Discuss

Nick Faust, Shaq Cleare, Roddy Peters transferring from Maryland

Maryland has some optimism heading into the offseason, and the Terrapins have even appeared in some way-too-early 2014-15 rankings. But Tuesday evening brought some interesting news. Nick Faust, Shaq Cleare and Roddy Peters have all decided to transfer from Maryland. “I really enjoyed coaching Nick, Shaq and Roddy,” head coach Mark Turgeon said. “It is unfortunate that they...
Via Pro Sports Daily
April 08, 2014  |  Discuss

Report: Shaq Cleare, Roddy Peters, And Nick Faust To Transfer From Maryland

Maryland hopes to get a fresh start when it enters the Big Ten next year, and it looks like the basketball team will be taking that notion to another level. Washington Post‘s Alex Prewitt reports that three major rotation players for the Terrapins—Shaq Cleare, Nick Faust, and Roddy Peters—will be leaving the program. Shaq Cleare, Roddy Peters and Nick Faust all to transfer...
Via College Spun
April 08, 2014  |  Discuss

7-Foot Center Michal Cekovsky Gives Maryland Its Fifth Commitment

Mark Turgeon added to his 2014 recruiting class in a big way today, gaining a commitment from Slovakian native Michal Cekovsky, a 7-foot center who plays at Canarias Basketball Academy in Spain. Cekovsky picked the Terps over offers from Arizona, Florida, Florida State, Louisville, Oregon, and UConn. Before the addition of Cekovsky, Maryland’s 2014 haul was ranked as a Top 10...
Via In The Neutral Zone
April 07, 2014  |  Discuss

Michal Cekovsky commits to Maryland Terrapins

The once proud Maryland Terrapins’ basketball program struggled mightily this season, missing out on a berth in the NCAA Tournament. On Monday, they may have started their return towards the top (in the Big 10 instead of the ACC). 3-star big man Michal Cekovsky gave his pledge to the Terrapins.
Via Pro Sports Daily
April 07, 2014  |  Discuss

Maryland's Abner Logan suspended for spring semester

Maryland rising sophomore linebacker Abner Logan has been suspended for the remainder of the spring semester for a violation of team rules, head coach Randy Edsall announced at practice on Wednesday as reported by a number of media outlets. Logan recorded 37 total tackles in 2013, including a breakout performance against Clemson on Oct. 26 when he recorded 15 tackles. The 6-1,...
Via Pro Sports Daily
April 03, 2014  |  Discuss

Maryland’s Randy Edsall lays out plan to change college football recruiting

For some time now, Randy Edsall has been formulating a plan to change college football recruiting. Now, entering his fourth season as Maryland’s football coach, he wants to spread the word. “My whole concern,” he says, “is what are we doing to the young people of America?” His plan, laid out during a recent interview, would change the process in which high school prospects...
Via Pro Sports Daily
March 26, 2014  |  Discuss

Women's Basketball Scouting Report: Maryland

The Army women's basketball team knows exactly what kind of game it must play to beat the Maryland Terrapins in the first round of the 2014 NCAA Tournament. Some games are really hard to pry open in terms of the relevant tension points and tactics. This is not one of them.
March 22, 2014  |  Discuss

Maryland ends ACC tenure with loss

GREENSBORO, N.C. -- Everyone knows that when postseason play begins -- even if it's just conference tournaments -- there are likely going to be several teams whose season ends this week. But for some teams, it's more than that.  Maryland ended its 61-year membership in the ACC by bringing a lot of fans to Greensboro and went out oh-so-suddenly in the cruelest of ways: a...
Via Fox Sports Carolinas
March 13, 2014  |  Discuss

Maryland Terrapins unveil new Big Ten Football Jerseys

The Maryland Terrapins showed off their Pride 2.0 jerseys with the Big Ten logo for the very first time on Wednesday. As a Big Ten purist, I can say those jerseys look terrible. We. Get. Touchdowns! — Maryland Athletics (@umterps) March 12, 2014 [@UMTerps] The post Maryland Terrapins unveil new Big Ten Football Jerseys appeared first on Diehardsport.
Via Diehardsport
March 13, 2014  |  Discuss

Seth Allen honors fallen manager Zach Lederer on shoes

Maryland guard Seth Allen will honor Zach Lederer, a former manager who lost his battle with cancer on Tuesday, by writing a message on the shoes that he will wear on Thursday vs. Florida State. In a photo and video shared by the team's official Twitter and Instagram accounts, Allen is seen writing "#LivingTheDream RIP Z.L." on a red pair of shoes. "#LivingTheDream...
Via Pro Sports Daily
March 13, 2014  |  Discuss

Photo: Maryland’s Football Uniforms For 2014 Get Taste Of Big Ten

Here's your first look at the Maryland Terrapins' football jerseys with the Big Ten patch on the shoulder.
Via Gamedayr
March 13, 2014  |  Discuss

PHOTO: Maryland Men's Basketball Team Remembers and Honors Former Manager Zach Lederer

Tuesday night the Maryland Terrapins Men's basketball team lost a member of their family--former team manager Zach Lederer. After a long fight with brain cancer young Zach passed away. In honor of Zach the team took a picture with everyone doing Zach's signature pose.Zach Lederer will forever be in our hearts #LivingTheDream #ForeverATerp— Maryland...
Via FatManWriting
March 12, 2014  |  Discuss

Classic 1974 NC State-Maryland ACC title clash hits 40-year mark

Only 14 players saw action, seven from each team, in 45 hard-fought minutes. Eight of those 14 would go on to be NBA Draft picks. There were 91 field goals made on 157 attempts between the two teams, in spite of top-level defense being played. "We didn't score 100 points or they didn't because we were sorry defensive teams. (N.C. State) had a 7-foot-4 center (Tommy Burleson...
Via Fox Sports Carolinas
March 12, 2014  |  Discuss

For the Terps, an under-control and self-aware Seth Allen is best

Something clicked for Seth Allen when bonus basketball came, and maybe it wasn’t a conscious decision for Maryland’s starting point guard. He had been his usual self for 40 minutes, alternating absurdly athletic sieges on the paint with questionably quick shots early in possessions. But when those final five minutes rolled around and the Terrapins needed someone to lift them...
Via Pro Sports Daily
March 12, 2014  |  Discuss

Maryland Terrapins 2014 Spring Football Preview

Randy Edsall won just two games in his first year in College Park. He won four games in his second season at Maryland — with his fifth-string...
Via Athlon Sports
March 10, 2014  |  Discuss

Maryland gets off the schnide, beats #5 UVA

It finally happened.  The Terps closed out a close game.  Sure, they nearly blew it in the final sequence of regulation, but they were able to regain their composure and win the game.  That hasn't happened all season. Credit the whole team for playing their roles.  Shaq Cleare had a crucial rebound tip.  Allen and Wells penetrated at will down the stretch.  Layman...
Via SCACC Hoops
March 09, 2014  |  Discuss

Video: Maryland Knocks Off No. 5 UVA In Final ACC Home Game, Fans Rush Court

Maryland fans were ready to storm the court at the end of regulation against No. 5 Virginia. Due to one of the crazier finishes we’ve seen in a college basketball game this season, they had to wait an extra five minutes to celebrate. The Terps, in the end, were able to knock off the ACC regular season champs, ending their 61-year tenure in the conference with a big-time home victory...
Via College Spun
March 09, 2014  |  Discuss

Early Madness: Maryland Shocks No.5 Virginia

In the final regular season Atlantic Coast Conference game on the College Park campus, Maryland upset No.5 Virginia 75-69 in overtime at the Comcast Center Sunday afternoon. Virginia (25-6, 16-2 ACC) saw not only a 13 game winning streak end, but along with it any hopes of a top seed in the NCAA tournament later this month. Maryland (17-14, 9-9 ACC) needs to win the ACC tournament...
Via DC Pro Sports Report
March 09, 2014  |  Discuss

Terps forward Charles Mitchell leaves game after incident with coaches

Maryland sophomore forward Charles Mitchell was removed from Tuesday night’s game against Virginia Tech and sent to the locker room by Coach Mark Turgeon just before halftime. Mitchell was seen exchanging heated words with assistant Scott Spinelli before yanking his jersey off as he walked through the tunnel. He spent much of the second half in the locker room with special assistant...
Via Pro Sports Daily
March 05, 2014  |  Discuss

2014 Maryland Spring Football Preview: Quarterbacks

POSITION Quarterback DEPTH CHART - C.J. Brown - Caleb Rowe or Perry Hills - Shane Cockerille GET TO KNOW: STARTER C.J. Brown is back for a sixth season after receiving a waiver from the NCAA. He fought through injuries last season, including suffering a concussion against Florida State and being banged up with core and lower-body injuries. On the year, he finished 2,242...
Via Pro Sports Daily
February 28, 2014  |  Discuss

Maryland men’s basketball keeps coming up short

There’s finally some good news about the Maryland men’s basketball team: Its season is drawing to a close. Frustrated fans won’t have much longer to watch the Terrapins commit inexplicable turnovers, shoot poorly and generally appear clueless in their third season under Coach Mark Turgeon. Maryland fumbled away another chance to inspire its fans Monday night in a 57-55 loss...
Via Pro Sports Daily
February 26, 2014  |  Discuss

WATCH: Terps’ Charles Mitchell throwsdown breakaway dunk

Maryland Terrapins big man Charles Mitchell isn’t known for his speed, but here against Syracuse, the big man caps off a Maryland fast break with a monster dunk. This dunk gave Maryland an early lead over the Orange, however this should be a tight game all night. Check out Mitchell’s monster jam.   Maryland’s big man Charles Mitchell with a #SCtop10 throwdown:
Via DC Sports-Kings
February 24, 2014  |  Discuss

Video: Maryland Big Man Charles Mitchell Slams Home A Fast Break Dunk

Maryland sophomore big man Charles Mitchell may not be the best shooter in college basketball (34% from the line), but he doesn’t have to worry about that when he can get to the rack uncontested. Mitchell, listed at 6-foot-8, 260 pounds, ran the floor like a point guard before throwing down a dunk on Syracuse in the first few minutes of tonight’s affair. Check it out: The Terps...
Via College Spun
February 24, 2014  |  Discuss
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