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  • Maryland reports latest coronavirus screening numbers as start of football season approaches Maryland’s athletic department on Friday announced its latest coronavirus testing results, with the football season set to begin in three weeks.

    Daniel Oyefusi

    By Daniel Oyefusi

    Oct 2, 2020

  • After missing year with torn ACL, Maryland receiver Jeshaun Jones looks to build on historic freshman debut After sitting out the 2019 season with a torn ACL, wide receiver Jeshaun Jones looks to build off a historic freshman debut in which he recorded a passing, rushing and receiving touchdown in the same game.

    Daniel Oyefusi

    By Daniel Oyefusi

    Oct 2, 2020

  • Thirteen Maryland coaches, AD Damon Evans take voluntary pay cuts as program prepares for revenue losses

    Thirteen Maryland coaches and athletic director Damon Evans are taking a voluntary pay cut up to 10%, the athletic department announced Thursday, an adjustment made as the program prepares for revenue losses induced by the COVID-19 pandemic.

    Daniel Oyefusi

    By Daniel Oyefusi

    Oct 1, 2020

  • Question 2 asks Marylanders to legalize sports betting. Where? Which sports? For exactly what purposes? Stay tuned.

    A decade after the first casino opened in the state, Maryland voters will decide whether to expand legalized gambling by permitting the sort of betting — on the Ravens, Orioles or other sports teams — that casinos and racetracks have long sought.

    Jeff Barker

    By Jeff Barker

    Sep 30, 2020

  • McDonogh soccer star Richie Nichols commits to Maryland over playing for father at Loyola Maryland

    As Loyola coach, Steve Nichols saw a player who might have helped the Greyhounds get over the top. As Richie’s father, he encouraged his son to follow his heart.

    Glenn Graham

    By Glenn Graham

    Sep 29, 2020

  • Maryland women’s basketball adds California graduate transfer Alaysia Styles, a former four-star prospect

    The Maryland women’s basketball team has added California graduate transfer Alaysia “Birdy” Styles to its roster, the program announced Monday.

    By Baltimore Sun staff

    Sep 28, 2020

  • Maryland men’s basketball receives commitment from four-star guard Paul Lewis, first in Class of 2022

    Maryland men’s basketball received a verbal commitment Sunday from four-star point guard Paul Lewis, a junior at Bishop O’Connell in Arlington, Virginia. It’s the Terps’ first commit from the Class of 2022.

    Daniel Oyefusi

    By Daniel Oyefusi

    Sep 27, 2020

  • Roger B. Goss, former director of marketing for WBAL-Radio, dies

    Roger B. Goss, former director of marketing for WBAL-Radio, has died at 81.

    Frederick N. Rasmussen

    By Frederick N. Rasmussen

    Sep 24, 2020

  • As college football wrestles with pandemic, Maryland looks forward to second chance at fall season

    As the team once again practices in preparation for the season, now an abbreviated eight-game, conference-only schedule that begins Oct. 24 at Northwestern, there’s a greater sense of gratitude throughout the program.

    Daniel Oyefusi

    By Daniel Oyefusi

    Sep 23, 2020

  • Maryland football to open eight-game Big Ten schedule Oct. 24 at Northwestern

    Maryland football will begin its new eight-game, regular-season schedule Oct. 24 at Northwestern.

    Daniel Oyefusi

    By Daniel Oyefusi

    Sep 19, 2020

  • Maryland offensive lineman Johnny Jordan opting back into 2020 football season

    Maryland senior offensive lineman Johnny Jordan is opting back into the 2020 football season, a team spokesperson confirmed.

    Daniel Oyefusi

    By Daniel Oyefusi

    Sep 17, 2020

  • College football storylines to watch in Week 3: What’s the pecking order in the ACC?

    This weekend slate is the final appetizer before the main course arrives when the SEC returns. Until then, we can savor the first ranked vs. ranked matchup of the season: No. 17 Miami at No. 18 Louisville.

    C.J. Doon

    By C.J. Doon

    Sep 17, 2020

  • Big Ten reverses decision, votes to play football starting Oct. 23 as Terps resume training

    Just a month after postponing its fall sports season to the spring, the Big Ten Conference on Wednesday announced it will indeed play football this fall, with the season set to begin the weekend of Oct. 23.

    Daniel Oyefusi

    By Daniel Oyefusi

    Sep 16, 2020

  • University of Maryland’s Xfinity Center to operate as advanced polling location in November election

    The University of Maryland’s Xfinity Center has been selected as an advanced polling center for the November general election, the athletic department announced Tuesday.

    Daniel Oyefusi

    By Daniel Oyefusi

    Sep 8, 2020

  • Maryland suspends all athletic activities after spike in COVID-19 cases in latest testing

    The school said that 501 student-athletes were tested for COVID-19 on Monday and Tuesday, returning 46 positive tests affecting 10 teams. Student-athletes will be tested again on Tuesday.

    Daniel Oyefusi

    By Daniel Oyefusi

    Sep 3, 2020

  • Howard County police announce increased reward for information in fatal shooting of son of Maryland football coach Mike Locksley

    Howard County police on Thursday announced an increased reward of up to $20,000 for information in connection to the September 2017 homicide of Meiko Locksley, the son of Maryland football coach Mike Locksley.

    Daniel Oyefusi

    By Daniel Oyefusi

    Sep 3, 2020

  • Former Maryland star Vernon Davis to compete in season 29 of ’Dancing With the Stars’

    Former Maryland and NFL tight end Vernon Davis will compete in Season 29 of the celebrity dance show, “Dancing With the Stars.”

    Daniel Oyefusi

    By Daniel Oyefusi

    Sep 2, 2020

  • Wide receiver DJ Turner, who left Maryland after Big Ten postponed fall sports, transfers to Pittsburgh

    Wide receiver DJ Turner, who announced Aug. 21 that he was transferring from Maryland after the Big Ten Conference decided to postpone fall sports because of the coronavirus pandemic, has enrolled at Pittsburgh.

    By Baltimore Sun staff

    Sep 1, 2020

  • Maryland athletics announces hiring of new position to lead diversity, inclusion efforts

    Maryland has hired Cynthia Edmunds as its Senior Associate Athletic Director for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion/Organizational Effectiveness, the athletic department announced Thursday.

    Daniel Oyefusi

    By Daniel Oyefusi

    Aug 27, 2020

  • Scott Van Pelt debuts ‘SportsCenter’ show from D.C. tonight. Terps around the world are excited.

    Starting tonight, whenever Scott Van Pelt echoes his catchphrase “Let’s go to Bentley’s!” he will be just a metro ride away.

    Tim Schwartz

    By Tim Schwartz

    Aug 24, 2020

  • Maryland wide receiver DJ Turner enters transfer portal

    Maryland wide receiver DJ Turner has entered the transfer portal, he announced Friday, citing the Big Ten’s decision to postpone the football season.

    Daniel Oyefusi

    By Daniel Oyefusi

    Aug 21, 2020

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