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Terps Wake Up Against Wake

Terps Wake Up Against Wake

Timothy Earl March 9, 2013 Comments Off on Terps Wake Up Against Wake

They did it. They won another road game, thus ending a nightmare stretch that had them going 1-6 in road ACC play. The road-game misery ended at the hands of the Wake Forest Demon

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Terps Tame Tigers

Terps Tame Tigers

Timothy Earl February 28, 2013 Comments Off on Terps Tame Tigers

The Maryland Terrapins, ignited by a season-high 18 points from guard Nick Faust, bounced back from a poor performance at Boston College and beat the Clemson Tigers 72-59 at Comcast Center. Faust, a sophomore

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Terps Top #2 Duke

Terps Top #2 Duke

Timothy Earl February 21, 2013 Comments Off on Terps Top #2 Duke

Freshman guard Seth Allen calmly sank two free throws with 2.8 seconds to play and the season on the line, giving the Maryland Terrapins their biggest win of the year over the #2 Duke

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Virginia Threes Trip Terps

Virginia Threes Trip Terps

Timothy Earl February 15, 2013 Comments Off on Virginia Threes Trip Terps

The Maryland Terrapins, tops in ACC defense, could not guard the three-point line and suffered a crushing ACC home loss, falling to the Virginia Cavaliers 80-69 at Comcast Center. The Cavaliers out-shot and out-rebounded

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Paterno Family Only Succeeds in Opening Old Wounds

Paterno Family Only Succeeds in Opening Old Wounds

Dave Mitchell February 11, 2013 Comments Off on Paterno Family Only Succeeds in Opening Old Wounds

It seems the Joe Paterno family will not let the Jerry Sandusky incident die. What was thought to be over in October after his trial, and subsequently two weeks ago when Sandusky’s appeal was

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Officials Need To Do Their Job

Officials Need To Do Their Job

Dave Mitchell February 6, 2013 Comments Off on Officials Need To Do Their Job

Just a short thought on what seems to be happening in the world of officiating. This week has proven the old axiom of football and basketball officials “let the players play” in championship games

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National Signing Day has Arrived

National Signing Day has Arrived

Dave Mitchell February 6, 2013 Comments Off on National Signing Day has Arrived

Today is National Letter of Intent signing day. It’s a huge day for High School athletes looking to take their talents to the college level. Of course the talent level isn’t known at this

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Terps Thump Demon Deacons

Terps Thump Demon Deacons

Timothy Earl February 4, 2013 Comments Off on Terps Thump Demon Deacons

The Maryland Terrapins came out of their shell after a heartbreaking loss and crushed the Wake Forrest Demon Deacons 86-60 at Comcast Center. Frustrated and upset after losing to Florida State 73-71 on a

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#Indiana Back at Number One

#Indiana Back at Number One

Dave Mitchell February 4, 2013 Comments Off on #Indiana Back at Number One

There is a new number one team in college basketball. Yet the new number one team is the old number one team. With the losses by Kansas and Michigan over the weekend, Indiana is

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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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#Saban Has Nothing Left to Prove in College

#Saban Has Nothing Left to Prove in College

Dave Mitchell January 7, 2013 Comments Off on #Saban Has Nothing Left to Prove in College

There was no doubt.   Alabama left everything on the field and proved Nick Saban has built a dynasty Bear Bryant would be proud of. Once again Alabama is the BCS College Football champ. Total

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Browns Walk Away from Kelly

Browns Walk Away from Kelly

Dave Mitchell January 7, 2013 Comments Off on Browns Walk Away from Kelly

Whomever made the decision, Oregon’s Chip Kelly is heading back to the Ducks for a fifth season as head coach. After a weekend of being courted, wined and dined at the expense of the

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Corbett Files Suit Against NCAA

Corbett Files Suit Against NCAA

Dave Mitchell January 4, 2013 Comments Off on Corbett Files Suit Against NCAA

On October 9th, 2012, former Penn State assistant coach Jerry Sandusky was sentenced to at least 30 years in prison for the most heinous child molestation case in sports history. That seemed to be

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Coaching Karma Hits Hard

Coaching Karma Hits Hard

Dave Mitchell November 28, 2012 Comments Off on Coaching Karma Hits Hard

Black Sunday has hot the college football world. As happens every year, coaches are usually relieved of their duties on the Sunday following the last game of the year. This year was no different

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Meyer Sums up 2012

Meyer Sums up 2012

Dave Mitchell November 27, 2012 Comments Off on Meyer Sums up 2012

2012 is over for the Ohio State Buckeyes and Monday first year coach Urban Meyer held his final press conference of the season. Finishing 12-0, Meyer spoke in glowing fashion of his club that

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Play Without Pay the Answer for OSU

Play Without Pay the Answer for OSU

Dave Mitchell November 26, 2012 Comments Off on Play Without Pay the Answer for OSU

Now that Ohio State has finished their season with a perfect 12-0 mark, talk is emerging about how the team will not be able to compete for a National Championship. Thanks to what many

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