What did Maryland's A.D. see in D.J. Durkin?

Maryland football has a new leader in D.J. Durkin. Most recently the defensive coordinator at Michigan, Durkin has been considered an up-and-comer in the football business, but what was it that director of athletics Kevin Anderson saw in the Ohio native? "Prior to beginning this extensive searching process we outlined the qualities of what we wanted in our next football coach," Anderson...
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December 03, 2015  |  Discuss

Fordham turns back Bucknell 24-16

NEW YORK (AP) Kevin Anderson threw for 296 yards and two touchdowns and George Dawson intercepted a pass on a two-point conversion attempt with 1:44 to play and Fordham defeated Bucknell 24-16 on Saturday. The Bison pulled within 17-16 by going 67 yards in seven plays, capped by R.J. Nitti's 5-yard pass to Bobby Kaslander but Dawson picked off Nitti on the PAT play. The Rams (8...
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November 07, 2015  |  Discuss

Fordham beats Columbia 44-24 for Lions' 22nd straight loss

BRONX, N.Y. (AP) Kevin Anderson threw five touchdown passes and Fordham beat Columbia 44-24 on Saturday to extend the Lions' losing streak to 22 games. Anderson was 22 of 30 for 330 yards and the Rams (2-1) pulled away from the rallying Lions on his short TD pass to Chase Edmonds and 41-yarder to Phazahn Odom in the fourth quarter. Edmonds also had 125 yards and a touchdown on the...
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September 19, 2015  |  Discuss

It’s About Time Maryland, Georgetown Renew Rivalry

View image | The long awaited end to the hoops cold war between Maryland and Georgetown has arrived. The two schools have agreed to play each other in a home-and-home series starting this season with the Gavitt Tip-off Games, pitting the Big East and Big Ten against each other. The first game will happen Nov. 17 in College Park with Georgetown hosting Maryland...
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April 22, 2015  |  Discuss

Maryland, Georgetown may revive their long-dormant rivalry

Like Ohio State vs. Xavier or Washington vs. Gonzaga, Maryland and Georgetown are natural regional rivals who to the frustration of their fan bases have long refused to play each other. The two dominant basketball programs in the Washington D.C. area have met a mere three times in the past 31 seasons. Two of those meetings only happened because the programs were placed in the same...
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May 04, 2011  |  Discuss

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