Join Bruce, Wayne, AJ Francis, Dave Clark and Mason from the court as Maryland wins 80-78

Bruce Posner, Intern Mason, Maryland Basketball, Wayne Viener

From Tom Wargo Baltimore Sun

Elite-level skills are required to attract the attention of a big-time Division I men’s lacrosse program like the one at University of Maryland, the reigning national champions.

Bryson Shaw’s talent was so obvious at such a young age that … Read More »

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Gabe Goforth ‘20, M, Bishop Shanahan (Pa.) / Freedom
Man, this kid is special. Every time I see him, he does something different that really makes him stand out. On one play, the natural righty dodged down the left alley and uncorked a lefty laser under the bar in … Read More »

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Maryland Football lost again this time to MSU 17-7 we like what we are seeing on the basketball side

Intern Mason, Jordan Viener, Maryland Basketball, Maryland Football, Terptalk Podcast

Freshman Bruno Fernando scored a career-high 18 points, Kevin Huerter and Jared Nickens both added 14 points and Maryland cruised to a 76-45 victory over Jackson State on Monday night.

The 6-foot-10 Fernando started for the second consecutive game as Maryland coach Mark Turgeon used his fifth starting lineup in … Read More »

Bruce Posner, Maryland Basketball

Great defensive effort by the Ravens today albeit against a very weak QB as the Ravens shut out Green Bay 23-0.

Grading—QB—C for Joe –thought the scheming for the Oline was horrible–Joe could not take advantage of incredible field position

Offensive Line—C—James Hurst is not a left tackle–therefore help him!!!!!

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Bruce Posner

Sophomore guard Kaila Charles led the game with 29 points and 12 rebound but the No. 15 Maryland women’s basketball team (2-2) was unable to overcome top-ranked UConn (3-0) in a 97-72 contest Sunday afternoon.

“UConn is a really veteran, experience team, and it showed tonight, especially in … Read More »

Bruce Posner, Other Maryland Sports

The ninth-ranked Maryland field hockey team (16-7) controlled much of the NCAA championship game vs. No. 1 Connecticut (23-0), but a late goal by the Huskies was the difference in the 2-1 loss for the Terps.

“I couldn’t be more proud of the Maryland women and our coaching staff,” head … Read More »

Other Maryland Sports

Ravens in a must win situation if there is any chance for a wild card

Joe faces the worst secondary in the NFL

Without AR game hopefully won’t be a yawn fest

Empty Stadiums continue to plague the NFL

Goodell vs Jerry Jones—power show down

Danny Whitehead returns today—could be … Read More »

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This post game column is to determine who starred, and who played under par, each players receives a rating of up to three plus (+++) or three negative (—) by Jordan Viener

I’m not overly surprised about this one. I knew that Bucknell was a good team, they’ve won the … Read More »

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A few observations at 12:45 AM

After a dismal 1st half,

Turgeon went with his 5 best guys to start the 2nd half on Saturday night

Stellar play in every facet of the game by Darryl Morsell

Great defensive adjustments by Turge

Was 50-35 Turge’s greatest home half time … Read More »

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