It's college football watch list season. Maryland's best playmaker finds himself in the running for the sport's most versatile player.
Team USA, including Georgetown swingman L.J. Peak, captured the under-19 world championships Sunday with a 79-71 overtime victory against Croatia.
8mCan Virginia make it a two team race between them and Duke or will a suddenly resurgent UNC bring the Cavs back down to Earth?
8mFormer Maryland assistant Mike Lonergan had a chance to show his mentor, Gary Williams, that he could do this on his own. Then Greivis Vasquez spoiled it.
8mGeorgetown's recruiting game needed a spark. In terms of commits and interest, the Hoyas are now on fire. In this case, change was a good thing.
8mThere's no better way to describe your standout defensive lineman than by saying he plays like a creature that lurks in the night. Details here.
8mAs the number of undefeateds continues to drop, one-loss teams are positioning themselves for a spot in the playoffs. Did Notre Dame show enough against Florida State to put them in contention?
8mJust when Maryland thought they had already faced the conference's best running back, this new guy shows up vs. Wisconsin. Details here.
8mHe may not be the most talked-about member of Maryland's recruiting class, but don't forget about this sharpshooter from New Jersey.