Maryland Rumors & News

  • 4-star recruit Markquese Bell announces commitment to Maryland

    Land of 10 "Maryland continued to stack chips in its 2017 recruiting class. Markquese Bell, a 4-star athlete from New Jersey, verbally committed to the Terrapins during the Under Armour All-America Game on Sunday. He projects as a safety in college. Bell is the No. 188 player and No. 7 athlete in his..." January 02

  • Boston College holds off Maryland in Quick Lane Bowl

    The Sports Xchange "DETROIT -- Throughout the entire season, Boston College coach Steve Addazio could see his team growing in one critical area. "We started the year in Ireland, and we didn't know how to find a way to win yet," Addazio said. "We close the year in Detroit, and along the way here in the last..." December 26

  • Maryland knocks off Rutgers, becomes bowl eligible

    The Sports Xchange "COLLEGE PARK, Md. -- It took five games, but Maryland finally got its elusive sixth victory and became bowl eligible with a 31-13 win over Rutgers Saturday at Capital One Field at Byrd Stadium. The Terrapins (6-6, 3-6) lost four straight games, the last three to nationally-ranked Big Ten..." November 26

  • Fyfe, No. 18 Nebraska sail past Maryland

    The Sports Xchange "Ryker Fyfe typically spends his game days watching star teammate Tommy Armstrong Jr. pile up the stats and accolades. It was his Fyfe's turn on Saturday with Armstrong sidelined by a hamstring injury and he took full advantage of the opportunity. The senior quarterback completed 23 of..." November 19

  • Maryland football players Lorenzo Harrison, DJ Turner charged after BB gun incident

    Baltimore Sun "Maryland football players Lorenzo Harrison and DJ Turner will be arrested by campus police Wednesday for their involvement in a BB gun incident on campus on Nov. 6, the university announced. The players, who are both freshmen and were high school teammates at nearby DeMatha, will be charged..." November 17

  • Barrett, Samuel lift No. 5 Ohio State in rout of Maryland

    The Sports Xchange "For the second week in a row, Ohio State crushed a Big Ten opponent. The Buckeyes made Maryland their latest victim as J.T. Barrett accounted for four touchdowns and Curtis Samuel scored three times in fifth-ranked Ohio State's 62-3 victory on Saturday in College Park, Md. A week..." November 12

  • Indiana hangs on in shootout with Maryland

    The Sports Xchange "Indiana compiled 650 yards of offense but still had to hang on to snap a three-game losing streak and defeat Maryland 42-30 on Saturday at Memorial Stadium in Bloomington, Ind. The game was much closer than the final score indicated as the Hoosiers were never able to put much distance..." October 29

  • Maryland keeps Michigan State reeling

    The Sports Xchange "Something had to give as Maryland and Michigan State met with both Big Ten teams looking to snap losing streaks and keep bowl hopes alive. The Terrapins (5-2, 2-2 Big Ten) snapped their two-game losing streak behind Perry Hills' 21-of-27 passing for 200 yards and a clinching touchdown in a..." October 23

  • Terps' Will Likely out for season with torn ACL

    Baltimore Sun "Amid the excitement of Maryland’s first night football game under coach DJ Durkin came sobering news Friday: senior cornerback Will Likely III will be out for the remainder of the season with a torn ACL, ending his career as a Terp. Likely, who returned to College Park after a record-setting..." October 22

  • Barkley rushes for 202 yards as Penn State dominates

    The Sports Xchange "Penn State finally got its rushing offense going and used it to steamroll Maryland for a 38-14 win on Saturday at Beaver Stadium. Saquon Barkley ran for 202 yards on 31 carries with a touchdown for Penn State (4-2, 2-1 Big Ten) and Trace McSorley added 81 rushing yards on 18 carries with a..." October 08

  • Johnson, Maryland run roughshod over Purdue

    The Sports Xchange "COLLEGE PARK, Md. -- Maryland churned out 400 yards rushing and cruised to a 50-7 victory over Purdue on Saturday in the Big Ten Conference opener for both teams at Capital One Field at Byrd Stadium. Sophomore Ty Johnson rushed for a career-best 204 yards and two touchdowns on just seven..." October 01

  • Pigrome's TD gives Maryland double-overtime victory

    The Sports Xchange "Tyrrell Pigrome rushed for a 24-yard touchdown to seal Maryland's 30-24 victory over Central Florida in double-overtime Saturday night in a nonconference contest at Bright House Networks Stadium in Orlando, Fla. The Knights appeared on the verge of pushing across the go-ahead score in the..." September 18

  • Terrapins Roll to 2-0 with big win at FIU

    The Sports Xchange "Maryland steamed to 2-0 under new coach DJ Durkin, flattening Florida International 41-14 Friday at Ocean Bank Field at FIU Stadium. Senior quarterback Perry Hills completed 13 of 18 passes for 210 yards and three touchdowns as the Terrapins racked up over 40 points and 475 yards for the..." September 10

  • Maryland ovpwoers Howard, 52-13

    The Sports Xchange "COLLEGE PARK, Md. -- D.J. Durkin coasted in his head coaching debut at Maryland on Saturday, the Terrapins racking up a 52-13 victory over Howard in the season-opener for both teams. It was the most lopsided first win for a new Maryland coach since Paul "Bear" Bryant's Terps beat Guilford..." September 03

  • Perry Hills is Maryland’s starting quarterback. Now he must battle to stay there.

    Washington Post "One major question heading into the Maryland football season was answered Wednesday morning when Coach DJ Durkin announced that fifth-year senior Perry Hills will be the team’s starting quarterback. Whether that solves one of the team’s most vexing problems from last year will be decided over a..." August 24

  • Maryland football RB Wes Brown suspended for first 3 games of 2016

    Testudo Times "Running back Wes Brown will serve a suspension for the first three games of Maryland football’s 2016 season, head coach DJ Durkin announced Wednesday. Brown’s suspension is a continuation of the indefinite suspension given to him by Mike Locksley’s coaching staff in 2015, which caused him to..." August 10