Spring sports athletes get a redo

From the NCAA statement –

“Council leadership agreed that eligibility relief is appropriate for all Division I student-athletes who participated in spring sports. Details of eligibility relief will be finalized at a later time. Additional issues with NCAA rules must be addressed, and appropriate governance bodies will work through those in the coming days and weeks.”

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YoungTerps, YoungTerps Podcast

It has come to this –

BIG TEN STATEMENT 
 
The Big Ten Conference announced today that in addition to the Men’s Basketball Tournament it will be canceling all conference and non-conference competitions through the end of the academic year, including spring sports that compete beyond the academic year, and participation in all NCAA tournaments and competitions. In addition, the Conference has announced a moratorium on all on- and off-campus recruiting activities for the foreseeable future. 
 
The Big Ten … Read More »

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Maryland Wraps Up 1st Big Ten Championship

Zachary Wilson with Wayne Viener

For the regular season finale and senior day, the Terps hoped to clinch their share of the Big Ten title against the Michigan Wolverines. It was an electric atmosphere for the final home game of star guard Anthony Cowan and the probable last game at Xfinity Center for All-American Candidate Jalen Smith.

Changing their ways from the game at Rutgers, Turgeon focused on creating more offensive opportunities … Read More »

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By Bruce Posner

A good team is never as bad as it looks when they lose. The Terps looked bad on 2 road games vs Ohio State and Rutgers as well as being beaten badly by a surging (what else is new) Sparty team. But home cooking turned everything around. Wiggins and Ayala were fantastic, Stix was double double machine as usual, and Cowan was spectacular. The result was a 13 point rout of a very good, NCAA worthy Michigan … Read More »

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The first conference championship since 2010 (ACC tied with Duke).

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the BigDog Postgame show is brought to you by the Jacklitsch Law Group. With Wayne Viener, Bruce Posner, Rick Jacklitsch and Mason Viener.

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Maryland takes Michigan 83-70 to win B1G regular season championship.

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Terps 41-38 at the half over Michigan

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With Bruce Posner and Wayne Viener, on Maryland basketball. Special guest Neil Agate talking about the future of Pimlico. Thanks to Koons Ford.

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