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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By Jack Rothenberg

The Maryland Terrapins travelled to Madison, Wisconsin and defeated the No. 6 ranked Wisconsin Badgers 70-64, to earn their first win against a top 10 team since 2016. The Terps pulled off the upset thanks to a blazing hot shooting performance in the second half and a small-ball defensive clinic. Following the under 12 timeout, Maryland hit their next nine shots, and ended the game making 11 of their last 12 from the field leading to the … Read More »

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