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Terps Whip Wolverines

Terps Whip Wolverines

Timothy Earl November 25, 2014 Comments Off on Terps Whip Wolverines

As the seconds ticked off the game clock and Maryland coach Randy Edsall got the word that he did not have to run another play, he took off his headset, and like a young

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Terps Rout Rams

Terps Rout Rams

Timothy Earl November 22, 2014 Comments Off on Terps Rout Rams

The Maryland Terrapins offset a sluggish offensive first half with stellar defensive play, then found their shooting touch and routed the fiesty Fordham Rams, 66-50 at Xfinity Center. After beating their last two opponents

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Dukes Demolish Spiders

Dukes Demolish Spiders

Timothy Earl November 20, 2014 Comments Off on Dukes Demolish Spiders

The FCS poll 25th-ranked James Madison Dukes demolished the 14th-ranked Richmond Spiders 55-20 to win their sixth straight game at Robins Stadium on Senior Day. The game could not have started better for James

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Terps Beat other Blue Devils

Terps Beat other Blue Devils

Timothy Earl November 19, 2014 Comments Off on Terps Beat other Blue Devils

The Maryland Terrapins, led by senior Dez Wells and his 27 points, crushed the pesky Central Connecticut State Blue Devils, 93-57 at Xfinity Center. The Terrapins (2-0) looked to put away the Blue Devils

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Terrapins Shellack Seahawks

Terrapins Shellack Seahawks

Timothy Earl November 17, 2014 Comments Off on Terrapins Shellack Seahawks

The Maryland Terrapins walloped the Wagner Seahawks, 82-48, winning their  first-ever Big Ten season-opener at Xfinity Center. Maryland (1-0)  senior Dez Wells led the way with 18 points. Junior Jake Layman added 16 points,

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Terps Beat Bulldogs

Terps Beat Bulldogs

Timothy Earl November 15, 2014 Comments Off on Terps Beat Bulldogs

The Maryland Terrapins, beat the Bowie State University Bulldogs 89-47 to finish 2-0 in exhibition games as they prepare for the 2014-15 basketball season at Xfinity Center. Terps junior Jake Layman led all scorers

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Maryland beat Penn State

Maryland beat Penn State

Timothy Earl November 5, 2014 Comments Off on Maryland beat Penn State

After going 1-35-1 against the Penn State Nittany Lions, and never beating them in Pennsylvania, the Maryland Terrapins, as a member of the Big Ten, finally got the job done and a border rivalry

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Terps Trounce Dukes

Terps Trounce Dukes

Timothy Earl September 1, 2014 Comments Off on Terps Trounce Dukes

The Maryland Terrapins, behind quarterback C. J. Brown’s four touchdowns, trounced the James Madison Dukes 52-7 in their 2014 home and Big Ten opener at Capital One Field at Byrd Stadium. Brown, a six-year

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Price Should Go Up with Brown Gone

Price Should Go Up with Brown Gone

Dave Mitchell May 15, 2014 Comments Off on Price Should Go Up with Brown Gone

Speculation abounds as to where the Cleveland Cavaliers will turn in their search to replace Mike Brown. No matter who they bring in, the thoughts of “what Lebron thinks of him” will be reported

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Cavaliers Surprise, Then Fill Needs

Cavaliers Surprise, Then Fill Needs

Dave Mitchell June 27, 2013 Comments Off on Cavaliers Surprise, Then Fill Needs

In an evening of surprises, the biggest surprise of the NBA Draft Thursday night began with the first pick. The Cleveland Cavaliers selected University of Nevada-Las Vegas forward Anthony Bennett. After weeks of mock

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Rivers to Clippers.  Will Stern Keep His Word?

Rivers to Clippers. Will Stern Keep His Word?

Dave Mitchell June 24, 2013 Comments Off on Rivers to Clippers. Will Stern Keep His Word?

The long awaited and much reported “transaction” of Doc Rivers leaving the Boston Celtics to coach the Los Angeles Clippers has apparently come true. Both sides agreed to the “switch” on Sunday according to

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Winning an NBA Title Not “Superhuman”

Winning an NBA Title Not “Superhuman”

Dave Mitchell June 10, 2013 Comments Off on Winning an NBA Title Not “Superhuman”

As we are well aware, according to NBA Superstars it takes a “Superhuman” effort to win a championship. These players leave no stone unturned in alerting everyone they have to reach extraordinary heights in

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Lebron James Correct.  Cavs and Heat the Same.

Lebron James Correct. Cavs and Heat the Same.

Dave Mitchell June 3, 2013 Comments Off on Lebron James Correct. Cavs and Heat the Same.

The more things change, the more they stay the same. That old axiom stands true tonite in Game 7 of the NBA Eastern Conference Finals where Indiana travels to South Beach for a matchup

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NBA Embarrassing Themselves

NBA Embarrassing Themselves

Dave Mitchell May 2, 2013 Comments Off on NBA Embarrassing Themselves

Can it now be said in no uncertain terms the NBA is a joke? If anymore proof was needed, it was given last night by the New York Knicks and Boston Celtics. Not just

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Howard’s Worst Injury is his Attitude

Howard’s Worst Injury is his Attitude

Dave Mitchell February 15, 2013 Comments Off on Howard’s Worst Injury is his Attitude

How long do NBA owners intend on letting the “inmates run the asylum?” Everyday we have a new story involving Dwight Howard in Los Angeles. Will he play or not? Will he be traded

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Is Byron Scott the Right Coach for the Cavaliers?

Is Byron Scott the Right Coach for the Cavaliers?

Dave Mitchell February 5, 2013 Comments Off on Is Byron Scott the Right Coach for the Cavaliers?

In the NBA it can take years to become not only relevant, but a top five team competing for a championship. Unless you have deep pockets like the Miami Heat to purchase a title,

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Reports:  Cavaliers-Grizzlies Agree to Deal

Reports: Cavaliers-Grizzlies Agree to Deal

Dave Mitchell January 22, 2013 Comments Off on Reports: Cavaliers-Grizzlies Agree to Deal

The Cleveland Cavaliers are making moves to improve on their 10-32 record, second worst in the NBA. According to reports the Cavs have dealt little used PF Jon Leuer to the Memphis Grizzlies PF

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Random Sports “Footnotes”

Random Sports “Footnotes”

Dave Mitchell January 17, 2013 Comments Off on Random Sports “Footnotes”

Every once in awhile thoughts shake around in the brain with enough legs to speak on, yet not enough to write about. It’s time to take a look at some “Footnotes”.   TERRY FRANCONA’S

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Could Gilbert and the Fans Accept a James Return?

Could Gilbert and the Fans Accept a James Return?

Dave Mitchell January 15, 2013 Comments Off on Could Gilbert and the Fans Accept a James Return?

A hard to believe scenario of epic proportions is being circulated around the NBA. It’s so hard to believe and radically insane it might just be true. After all, only in the NBA can

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Despite Record, Cavs Future is Bright

Despite Record, Cavs Future is Bright

Dave Mitchell December 21, 2012 Comments Off on Despite Record, Cavs Future is Bright

It was only a few years ago when the prevalent thought the Oklahoma City Thunder was an up and coming team in the NBA. It was easy to see and it turned out to

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