Maryland Rumors & News

  • 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

  • Maryland football receives commitment from four-star defensive back Deon Jones

    Washington Post "Maryland football added another significant piece to its 2017 recruiting class Wednesday evening, picking up a commitment from four-star Potomac (Md.) defensive back Deon Jones. The 6-foot-1, 185-pound Jones is considered the third-best player in the state and the 13th-best cornerback in the..." July 07

  • Terps football snags commitment from New Mexico State transfer Teldrick Morgan

    Washington Post "Former New Mexico State wide receiver Teldrick Morgan announced Monday that he is joining Maryland’s football team as a graduate transfer. Maryland officials have yet to make the addition of Morgan official. He made the announcement via Twitter on Monday, which comes nearly three months after..." June 28

  • Rutgers to play Maryland at Yankee Stadium in 2017

    Newark Star-Ledger "Rutgers will move a home game against Maryland in the 2017 season to Yankee Stadium, according to a person familiar with the situation. The news of the location change was first reported by CSN Mid-Atlantic. Former Rutgers athletic Julie Hermann and the Yankees came to an agreement two years..." May 27

  • Four-star DE Joshua Kaindoh commits to Maryland

    SI "Maryland landed a commitment Saturday from 2017 four-star defensive end Joshua Kaindoh. rates Kaindoh, who is originally from Maryland attends the IMG Academy in Bradenton, Fla. as the 90th overall player in the class. He announced his commitment on Twitter." April 30

  • McDonogh four-star OL Jordan McNair commits to Maryland

    Carroll County Times "One week after locking down three standout local recruits, Maryland got another commitment from a top target when McDonogh offensive lineman Jordan McNair announced his pledge to the Terps on Twitter on Saturday afternoon. McNair is rated as a four-star recruit in the composite..." April 16

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    Adam Friedman @RivalsFriedman

    BREAKING: 4-star Cam Spence commits to #Maryland #Terps. He talks about it here

  • Kentucky football’s Andy Buh leaving for position at Maryland

    Lexington Herald-Leader "LINKEDIN GOOGLE+ PINTEREST REDDIT PRINT ORDER REPRINT OF THIS STORY After a season of comings and goings, Kentucky’s football staff seemed settled. But it experienced yet another shakeup Monday afternoon when it was announced that newly appointed special teams coordinator and outside..." April 05

  • Maryland DC Scott Shafer leaves program for personal reasons

    Yahoo Sports - NCAAF - Dr. Saturday "New Maryland defensive coordinator Scott Shafer resigned Friday for personal reasons according to the team. Shafer, formerly Syracuse's head coach, was hired by Maryland in December. “I want to thank DJ Durkin for the opportunity to be on his staff, but at this time I feel it’s best to step..." April 01