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No Excuses–No Spin Terps Manhandled By Wisconsin 52-7

I never thought this game was going to be a W, but I never foresaw this kind of defeat. The Terps started off with a nice drive but failed to score. The rest was history.

Stefon was virtually shut down today. Somehow he must always be involved in getting his touches.

The Terps are 5-3 (2-2) in the Big Ten. Next up Penn State who barely lost to Ohio State 31-24 in OT

2015 Lacrosse Terps Defeat Star Studded Alumni Squad

Just a great great day for Maryland lacrosse. It was impossible to tell who was playing for the Alumni until the helmets came off. How about a starting attack of Grant Catalino, Ryan Young, and Joe Walters (#117).Mike Chanencheck, Michael Erhardt, and Niko Amato also played. I was told Dan Burns of the Bayhawks was doing most of the face off work. But who cares it was just great to see the Alumni support. 

Matt Rambo who has garnered the honor of wearing the #1 jersey (Joe Walters, Grant Catalino, Mike Chanenchuck all recently had the honor), Joe Locasio, Syracuse transfer Dylan Maltz, Matt Dunn, Bobby Gribbin, Colin Heacock (#2) stood out for the current Terps. Both goalies Kyle Bernlohr and Dan Morris afforded themselves well.

Soccer Squad Continues to Build NCAA Tourney Resume Winning its 5th St...

The Maryland men’s soccer team notched its fifth-straight win with a 3-1 victory against Santa Clara Saturday night at Ludwig Field.

Maryland (8-5-2, 3-2-1 Big Ten) picked up second-half goals from freshman George Campbell, fifth-year senior Jereme Raley and junior Mael Corboz as the defense limited its opponent to one or fewer goals for the fifth-consecutive match.

Campbell picked up his long-awaited first collegiate tally with a beautiful strike in the 58th minute. After Mikey Ambrose beat a host of Santa Clara defenders in the midfield, he chipped a ball to Campbell who promptly found the back of the net from 20 yards.

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Steve Melewski calls in to discuss the World Series and the direction of the O’s in 2015

PGA President TED BISHOP removed from position for sexist rematk

Ravens thoroughly dominate Atlanta

The success of Gary Kubiak

Ravens will not have Owen Daniels this Sunday

Peyton on the Scoreboard operator “I got a problem with our scoreboard operator; I’ve got to have a little talk with him,” Manning said after the game. “I’m not sure what he’s doing. He’s playing music and showing players dancing, getting the crowd fired up and we have the ball. I don’t think we should be doing that.”

Cinci’s season might be on the line

Terps head to Camp Randall to face Melvin Gordon, one of the Heisman favorites

Steve Nash out for the year for LA

Cavs vs Spurs in NBA Final

Will a BIG 10 team make it to the final four

The incredible collapse of the Seahawks?

Caps off to fast start

Coach Williams in denial over charges at NC

Joe Madden opts out of Tampa Bay



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#2 Field Hockey Rolls over Hoosiers 8-2 in Bloomington

The second-ranked Maryland field hockey team (14-2, 6-1 B1G) cruised to an 8-2 victory in its first-ever trip to No. 19 Indiana (9-6, 1-6) Friday. The Terrapins have won nine straight games over the last four weeks.

Seven Terps scored in the win, as junior Anna Dessoye scored twice and notched an assist. Seniors Maxine Fluharty and Welma Luus each picked up a goal and an assist.

“Our goal was to start the game with a dominant mentality and that we did today in Bloomington,” head coach Missy Meharg said. “Maryland seemed to have 360-degree vision, which made early choices obvious and shots on goal plenty.”

Dessoye wasted no time getting Maryland on the board as she sent in a penalty stroke 3:20 into the match for a 1-0 lead.

Potpourri on a Quiet Thursday

ACC powerhouses North Carolina and Syracuse are both under heavy scrutiny for NCAA violations. Why do I see slaps on the wrists on the horizon.

Steve Nash out for the season again. Greivis would be a good fit there.

The U 30 Hokies 6–Always feel good when Frank Beamer gets hammered

Markakis $50 miliion for 3 years—NOT

With Vargas pitching game 4 KC better win tomorrow.

The Terps won’t be able to stop Gordon from Wisconsin but can the Badgers slow down Stefon. I doubt it. 

Reported troubles in Seattle locker room.


“In the Nest” Pre-empted For Football in London this week.
Commissioner Goodell Forced To Testify at Ray Rice’s Hearing

The job is still worth $40 million a year.

Markakis Looking for $50 Million Dollar Deal

Pouring money into aging Vets is not the way to go. See the Yankees

KC Bounces Back With 7-2 Win to Even Series

Bullpen shuts down the Giants. KC still obnoxious in victory.

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