By Jack Rothenberg

Maryland walked into Crisler Center in Ann Arbor, Michigan looking for their third win against a ranked team on the road this season. They walked out with a second loss to the No. 7 Michigan Wolverines 87-63. While the game was as lopsided as the score indicates, Michigan won the game in almost a completely opposite manner from the first contest.

On Dec. 31st they dominated in the paint behind 26 points from freshman center Hunter Dickinson. … Read More »

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My random comments after a brutal loss:

8 catches for106 yards yards and 1 TD for a Terps–Guess who?

Please—don’t dare blame this one on Lamar. Ok a poor pass picked off in the endzone for sure. BUT just no pursuit on the tackle. Take him down inside the 10 and who knows what happens. It took our center to finally create a situation where Lamar had to be taken out of the game. Not a vicious hit but a … Read More »

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Winter sports begin, football has coaching changes, and basketball has quite a busy week.

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By Jack Rothenberg

Riding Daryll Morsell’s career night and an incredible defensive effort, the Maryland Terrapins came out of State Farm Center with a stunning 66-63 upset over the No. 12 ranked Illinois Fighting Illini making this the second time in two weeks the Terps have taken down a top 15 conference foe on the road. The sophomore guard (career-high 19 points) had the hot hand with 15 second half points, including a key basket with 33 seconds left that … Read More »

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By Jack Rothenberg

A solid eight minute start, quickly spiraled out of control for the Maryland Terrapins as they fell at home to the Iowa Hawkeyes 89-67. The Terps held a 10 point lead right out of the gate, but the Hawkeyes continuously switched between a matchup zone and man-to-man defense all night which stagnated the Terps’ offense holding Maryland scoreless for nearly nine first half minutes. Between Aaron Wiggins’ layup with 12:51 to play and the Terrapins’ next score … Read More »

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By Jack Rothenberg

With both teams struggling to find the basket, the Indiana Hoosiers defeated the Maryland Terrapins 63-55 Monday night in Bloomington. Indiana sophomore forward Trayce Jackson-Davis led the Hoosiers with 22 points mainly by dominating the paint in the second half. Senior forward Galin Smith drew the assignment for most of the contest and did a commendable job, but fouled out with five minutes to play, and junior forward Jairus Hamilton didn’t stand a chance versus Jackson-Davis. Maryland … Read More »

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from umterps.com

Lewis is No. 10 rated player in the country and third highest ranked signee in program history

COLLEGE PARK, Md. – Terrence Lewis, the top-ranked inside linebacker and No. 10 overall high school player in the nation according to ESPN, has signed a national letter of intent to play football for the University of Maryland. Lewis announced his decision live during NBC’s All-American Bowl Declaration Show on Saturday.

Lewis is rated as a five-star prospect by both ESPN and … Read More »

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By Jack Rothenberg

A torrid shooting performance in the first half wasn’t enough to offset a poor defensive outing as the Maryland Terrapins gave up over 80 points for the first time in three years, falling to the Michigan Wolverines 84-73 on New Year’s Eve. A late push by the Terps made the final score look respectable, but the Wolverines blew the game open mid-way through the second half as Maryland went cold from the field. After putting together a … Read More »

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