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25. Maryland Terrapins

The Terps have prioritized their frontcourt thus far in 2021, adding ESPN 100 big man Julian Reese, who has the physical tools to produce inside and the budding versatility to extend his game away from the basket. Ike Cornish is another high-level player capable of playing either forward position and being equally versatile defensively. Fellow four-star forward James Graham is a nice complement; while he has better size, he’s not quite as powerful and is more effective operating on … Read More »

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By Jack Rothenberg –

There was a time when BIG Ten football happening looked bleak. But after 329 days, Maryland football is BACK. Maryland and Northwestern, two 3-9 teams from a year ago, faced off for the first time ever in Evanston. Between COVID-19, the 57 new players in the program, and an unknown starting quarterback for basically the entire week leading up to the game, there couldn’t be any real expectations, just hope.

Hours before kickoff head coach … Read More »

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Yes I was depressed after anticipating Maryland’s 1st Big Ten game of the year and having to sit through last year’s 3-9 Wildcat team run roughshod over the Terps. Though it was good to have Big 10 football back, it was excruciating to have a promising opening drive about all to cheer for. Without dwelling on the result, I extracted these good points:

1–Taulia threw well on his short passes.

2– Peny Boone is a big powerful dude.

3-Lance put … Read More »

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bt Adam Gotkin

Finally, after a year full of questions and surprises, Maryland Football is back. To start this season the Terps will be heading to Northwestern’s Ryan Field for the first time in school history. It’s the second time the teams have played, with Northwestern taking the first game back in 2017, 37-21.
Last season, Northwestern had their worst year so far under Head Coach Pat Fitzgerald’s 14 year head coaching tenure, going 3-9 (the same record as Maryland). The … Read More »

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With Mason Viener, Rick Jacklitsch and Wayne Viener

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Our regularly scheduled programming returns! The YoungTerps breakdown the roster and week 1 depth chart as Maryland football returns to the gridiron this weekend.

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By Adam Gotkin

For the Maryland offense, year after year, there is always something that throws everything off the rails. And for the past five years, an injury to the starting quarterback has been the team’s kryptonite. Case in point, Josh Jackson suffered an ankle injury last season right before two must win games. If something like that happens again this season, the team will be in big trouble as they only have two quarterbacks on scholarship.

The two quarterbacks … Read More »

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By Adam Gotkin

Even though it may not seem like it from the earlier preview of their offense, this. Maryland team will probably not have a high winning percentage this season. A large majority of the team’s struggles will most likely come from the defense. A defense that was among the bottom
in the Big Ten last season, allowed the most points in conference play. The defense also allowed the most yards in all of the Big Ten last season. … Read More »

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COLLEGE PARK, Md. – The Big Ten Conference announced the first week of 2020 football schedule with dates, times and television coverage in addition to selected Friday games for the season. Maryland opens the 2020 season at Northwestern on Saturday, Oct. 24 at 7:30 p.m., in a game that will air on Big Ten Network. It will be the Terps’ first-ever trip to Ryan Field in Evanston, Illinois. 

Maryland will host Minnesota for its home opener on Friday, Oct. 30 at … Read More »

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