MARYLAND RUMORS & GOSSIP

Report: Former 4-star CB to enroll at Maryland after leaving Florida

Former four-star cornerback J.C. Jackson will enroll at Maryland and be immediately eligible to play for the Terrapins in 2016, according to a report from
Via CSN Mid-Atlantic
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Maryland football opens as 48.5-point favorite for season opener vs. Howard

Good morning. It’s Tuesday’s Maryland Minute, a short story and roundup of Terps-related news. The Maryland football team is favored by 48.5 points in its season-opening game against Howard, according to European sports book 5dimes. (You’ll need to make an account to see for yourself, which Testudo Times is in no way recommending.) Kudos to Jeff Ermann of Inside Maryland Sports...
Via Testudo Times
9 days ago

Could you handle a Maryland Terrapins' offseason workout?

CSN's Travis Thomas goes through the ringer of a Terps offseason workout session. Do you think you could handle it?
Via CSN Mid-Atlantic
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Mike Shawaryn and 3 other Maryland baseball players made their MLB Draft decisions

Maryland had three players selected in the 2016 MLB draft, plus one highly touted recruit. Each followed a different path, with some last-minute nail-biting. Three Maryland baseball players were selected in the 2016 MLB Draft: Mike Shawaryn (5th round, by the Red Sox), Mike Rescigno (25th, Giants), and Robert Galligan (36th, Diamondbacks). Also selected was Maryland recruit Tyler...
Via Testudo Times
9 days ago

Antwaine Richardson could be a crucial late commit for Maryland football

He enrolled early for the Terps after parting ways with Michigan. Maryland football starts its season in 48 days. Until then, we’re profiling every player on the roster. Antwaine Richardson, defensive back Height: 6’0 Weight: 168 pounds Year: Freshman High school: Atlantic Community HS (Fla.) Jersey No.: 20 How he got to College Park A three-star prospect out of Florida...
Via Testudo Times
9 days ago

Maryland football makes top 12 for 3-star DE Tyree Johnson

He’s teammates with two key Maryland commits. Maryland is a top-12 choice for three-star St. John’s College (D.C.) defensive end Tyree Johnson, the 2017 prospect announced on Twitter on the weekend. Thanks to the schools that have recruited me, and thanks to @Hayesfawcett3 for the edit. #Top12 pic.twitter.com/O8lupHzmmo— Tyree Johnson (@Tyguwwop_) July 17, 2016 ...
Via Testudo Times
9 days ago

Maryland football could certainly use 4-star WR Mark Webb

Good morning. Here’s your Maryland Minute for Monday, June 18. Four-star 2017 receiver Mark Webb released his top six on Saturday, and Maryland football is on it. Webb would be another big get for the Terps, who’ve already signed three wideouts in the class. While all of Maryland’s receiver commits have size, neither Sean Nelson, Carlos Carriere nor MJ Jarrell have Webb...
Via Testudo Times
10 days ago

Maryland makes the cut for 4-star local defensive lineman

Maryland has made the cut for a 4-star local defensive lineman as DJ Durkin and the Terrapins continue to look to add on the defensive side of the ball
Via CSN Mid-Atlantic
15 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Former Terp Greivis Vasquez agrees to one-year free-agent deal

Former Maryland Terrapins guard Greivis Vasquez has reportedly agreed to a one-year deal as a free agent and will be moving on from Milwaukee. Details here.
Via CSN Mid-Atlantic
17 days ago  |  Discuss

Terps Legend Juan Dixon Leaves UMd Coaching Staff

WASHINGTON — It was described as a mutual decision, but Juan Dixon has run his course as part of Mark Turgeon’s Maryland Terrapins basketball staff. Earlier this week, the two sides parted ways, as Dixon looks for additional responsibility as part of another Division 1 or professional basketball program. “I am looking forward to growing in the business, and to live out my...
Via CBS DC
20 days ago  |  Discuss

Why is Juan Dixon Leaving the Maryland Terrapins Basketball Program?

In a bit of a surprise, the Maryland Terrapins are moving on from special assistant coach and former NBA player Juan Dixon. The past three seasons, Dixon was a special assistant on head coach Mark Turgeon’s staff in a role that had restrictions on what he could do on the court and with recruiting for the Terrapins. Dixon was one of the major factors in helping lead the Terps to...
Via The Sports Journal
21 days ago  |  Discuss

talking10 Podcast: Maryland Terrapins football edition

Join us as we talk all things Maryland Terrapins on this edition of the talking10 podcast. Andy, Dave and Kevin are back at the previews again this week and are joined be special guest Daniel Martin of CSN Mid-Atlantic. We talk our burning questions, key stats, key players and even some bold predictions as always. But, we also talk a ton of what D.J. Durkin is really like and where...
Via Talking 10
21 days ago  |  Discuss

Reports: Juan Dixon no longer member of Maryland coaching staff

Maryland special assistant Juan Dixon has been "relieved of his duties" on the Terrapins' coaching staff, according to reports from Roman Stubbs of the Washington
Via CSN Mid-Atlantic
21 days ago  |  Discuss

New Mexico State WR Teldrick Morgan transfers to Maryland

The Maryland Terrapins have essentially started completely over and head coach D.J. Durkin is looking to make a big move for the team going forward. They have just added a big player for their offense in former New Mexico State wide receiver Teldrick Morgan in a graduate transfer. The Terrapins finished the 2015 season 13th in the Big Ten and 109th nationally in passing, so having...
Via Campus Sports Net
28 days ago  |  Discuss

Maryland Terrapins: Around the Campus 2016

Welcome back for another installment in Talking 10’s “Maryland Week” series. Although most of our articles for “Maryland Week” are focusing on football, this is our weekly chance to check in on all the other athletic success stories going on in the DMV area. Let’s take a look at some of the highlights of 2015-16 and how that will project forward for Terrapins fans in...
Via Talking 10
June 24, 2016  |  Discuss

Maryland Terrapins Football Preview: A look at the 2016 defense

It seems as if the theme of change just won’t stop for the 2016 Maryland Terrapins football program. Such is the same for the defensive side of the football, but they got a double dose of it this offseason. First it was a new defensive coordinator, Scott Schafer, and then Schafer eventually stepped down a few months later for personal reasons. In came his replacement — the mighty...
Via Talking 10
June 23, 2016  |  Discuss

D.J. Durkin: ‘No reason’ Maryland can’t compete in Big Ten

The Maryland Terrapins have not had a ton of success on the football field over the last few years, but new head coach D.J. Durkin wants to change that notion. He has a ton of confidence that he can help the team get back to prominence in the Big Ten. Durkin left his post as defensive coordinator at Michigan to take the head coaching job with the Terrapins in January. The new head...
Via Campus Sports Net
June 10, 2016  |  Discuss

Maryland's Melo Trimble returning to school

Melo Trimble is coming back to school for his junior season.  It was announced Wednesday night that the Maryland star point guard is taking his name out of the NBA Draft and returning for the 2016-17 season.  Trimble had declared for the 2016 NBA Draft but didn’t hire an agent, meaning he could return to school if he wanted to. And that’s what he’s done.  BREAKING:...
Via College Spun
May 25, 2016  |  Discuss

Maryland’s real work with 5-star commit Josh Kaindoh is just beginning

A new coaching staff at a place like Maryland couldn’t ask for a much better start to its first full recruiting cycle than getting a local 5-star product to give a verbal pledge. That’s exactly what happened as this past weekend opened, with defensive end Josh Kaindoh giving his commitment to D.J. Durkin and the Maryland Terrapins. It was the first sign that Durkin and his staff...
Via Talking 10
May 01, 2016  |  Discuss

Maryland Stars Melo Trimble, Diamond Stone Make NBA Draft Decisions

After a run to the Sweet 16, two of Maryland’s top players—freshman center Diamond Stone and sophomore guard Melo Trimble—have made decisions on how they will handle the NBA Draft. Maryland made the moves official with a release today. BBall: Trimble, Stone NBA Draft Updates: University of Maryland sophomore guard Melo Trimble will enter his na… https://t.co/jEYRa6Nh9s —...
Via College Spun
April 11, 2016  |  Discuss

Maryland DC Scott Shafer steps down from position

Scott Shafer was fired from his position as Syracuse head coach at the end of the 2015 season and found a job with the Maryland Terrapins just days later. Now it seems like his time with the Terps has come to an end before it even really started. On Friday, Shafer released a statement saying that he would be leaving his post at the school, citing personal reasons. This came as a...
Via Campus Sports Net
April 01, 2016  |  Discuss

WATCH: Wayne Selden taunts Maryland after 3-pointer

The Kansas Jayhawks put together a dominant performance Thursday night, knocking off Maryland 79-63 to reach the Elite Eight for the first time since 2012. At least one KU player had no problem making it known just how well he was playing, too. Kansas guard Wayne Selden Jr., after nailing a 3-pointer in the second half to extend his team’s lead to five, taunted the Terrapins,...
Via College Spun
March 25, 2016  |  Discuss

When Was The Last Time Maryland Reached The Final Four?

The Maryland Terrapins are participating in their 26th NCAA Tournament and are still alive in their quest to reach the third Final Four in program history.  The fifth-seeded Terps will take on top-seeded Kansas at 9:40 p.m. ET on CBS for the right to advance to the Elite Eight. If Maryland wins tonight, it will be the farthest the program has advanced in the NCAA Tournament in 14...
Via College Spun
March 24, 2016  |  Discuss

Video: Maryland Releases Incredible Postseason Hype Video

As Maryland awaits its first Big Ten Tournament opponent, it knows that its storied season has only begun. A 24-7 overall record is only the beginning. The Terps have their sights set on making history.  So, to make sure Terps fans are ready for the road ahead, Maryland releases this incredible postseason hype video via its official Twitter account Thursday afternoon. It...
Via College Spun
March 10, 2016  |  Discuss

Despite Struggles and AP Polls, Maryland Terrapins March On

The Maryland Terrapins have hit a rough patch, this close to March Madness. The team, which went undefeated to start its season, experienced its first losing streak since March 2014 last week. Right now, tteam has experienced one of the hardest times of this season. The playoffs are right around the corner, and now, one AP voter has spoken out, saying that the Terps aren’t really...
Via The Sports Journal
February 23, 2016  |  Discuss
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