The college football season is finally here! What teams and players will emerge this year?
First it was the conference schedule. Now it's the non-conference. Take a look at the games outside the Big Ten that the Terps will play in 2014-15 here.
The Big Ten has released Maryland's full conference schedule for the 2014-15 season -- along with everyone else's -- and it opens with a dandy of a road game. Take a look.
8mMaryland has guaranteed its first bowl and first winning season of Randy Edsall's tenure, but does that give them the edge on the recruiting trail, too?
8mGeorge Mason's second-leading scorer last season, injured senior forwards Jonathan Arledge will miss the remainder of this season.
8mIn perhaps as tightly contested a 20-point game as you'll find, Maryland shut the door on NC State in the fourth quarter, 41-21, to officially close the book on its days in the ACC.
8mAfter a scuffling first half, the Hoyas size and speed dominated Lipscomb en route to 70-49 win.
8mGreg Whittington averaged 12.1 points last season, but has not played for the Hoyas since Jan. 8. He underwent knee surgery this summer.
8mMaryland is already bowl eligible, but the Terrapins would like to improve their stock with a win in the ACC finale against NC State. Preview here.
8mHeading into Georgetown's Saturday home game against Lipscomb, senior Markel Starks opens up on mid-major woes, forging an identity and Joshua Smith's sizable role.