Maryland Rumors & News

  • Edsall takes first NFL Draft step on behalf of Diggs

    CSN Baltimore "Maryland head coach Randy Edsall has taken the first step in the NFL Draft process on behalf of junior wide receiver Stefon Diggs, submitting information to the NFL to “test the waters” and get feedback on the standout’s draft status. Edsall announced the news on Wednesday during a press..." December 20

  • Maryland’s Stefon Diggs to return Friday; Nate Renfro to leave program after bowl game

    Washington Post "After missing the past two games of the regular season because of a lacerated kidney, Maryland wide receiver Stefon Diggs is expected to return to practice Friday. Maryland Coach Randy Edsall said he consulted with the team’s trainers Sunday about Diggs’ status, which has been in limbo ever..." December 01

  • Terps star Stefon Diggs will not play against Michigan, sources say

    Baltimore Sun "Maryland will be without its most electrifying offensive weapon for at least another week. Terps junior wide receiver Stefon Diggs, who suffered a lacerated kidney against Penn State on Nov. 1, has not practiced this week and will not play when Maryland travels to face Michigan on Saturday,..." November 20

  • Promising Terps freshman WR Juwann Winfree suspended two games

    Baltimore Sun "Maryland freshman wide receiver Juwann Winfree has been suspended two games by the athletic department for violating the school's student-athlete code of conduct, the university announced Monday night. Winfree, one of the prized pieces of Maryland’s past recruiting class, had worked his way..." November 18

  • Maryland’s Stefon Diggs has lacerated kidney; status for final two games uncertain

    Washington Post "Maryland’s Stefon Diggs suffered a lacerated kidney against Penn State, and his status for the Terrapins’ final two games remains uncertain, sources close to the situation confirmed Monday. Diggs suffered the injury after taking a shot to the kidney during the fourth quarter of Maryland’s 20-19..." November 11

  • Terp WR Stefon Diggs out for season with lacerated kidney

    CBSSports.com "The Baltimore Sun reported Monday that Maryland leading receiver Stefon Diggs will miss the remainder of the season with a lacerated kidney. Citing "multiple sources," the Sun reported that after taking a blow to the kidney while stretching for a touchdown in the Terps' win against Penn State..." November 10

  • Maryland star Stefon Diggs suspended for game vs. MSU

    Detroit News "Maryland's best offensive player, receiver Stefon Diggs, has been suspended one game by the Big Ten and he will serve his suspension on Nov. 15 when the Terps play Michigan State. Maryland (6-3) does not play this week. The Big Ten also issued a public reprimand for Maryland coach Randy..." November 04

  • Terps lose QB Caleb Rowe to ACL tear

    College Football Talk "From here on out, Maryland won’t have Caleb Rowe to fall back on at the quarterback position. Prior to today’s noon kickoff against Iowa, the Terrapins announced that the backup quarterback has a torn ACL and will miss the remainder of the 2014 season. Rowe suffered the injury to the ligament..." October 19

  • Abner Logan is cleared to play for Maryland football team after appealing probation

    Washington Post "Redshirt sophomore linebacker Abner Logan has been cleared to play for the Maryland football team after successfully appealing his disciplinary probation last week, Coach Randy Edsall said Tuesday. Logan’s punishment, announced in May, was originally scheduled to last until April with his first..." October 15

  • Maryland DE Quinton Jefferson out for season with knee injury

    Washington Post "Maryland starting defensive end Quinton Jefferson will have season-ending surgery on his right knee on Friday, Randy Edsall said on Sunday. Jefferson, a 6-foot-3, 285-pound junior who has become one of the key figures on Maryland’s front seven after starting all 13 games in 2013, missed..." September 23

  • Maryland football's Andrew Isaacs suffers season-ending dislocated knee

    Syracuse.com "Maryland's thorough domination of Syracuse sucked most of the life out of the Carrier Dome during SU's 34-20 loss to the Terrapins. An injury to Maryland tight end Andrew Isaacs stole whatever was left. Isaacs dislocated his knee in the third quarter when a teammate rolled into him from..." September 22

  • Maryland to wear 'Triumph' jerseys

    ESPN.com "Maryland, which has made a name for itself in recent years by wearing boundary-pushing uniforms designed by Under Armour, has come up with a new occasion to commemorate with a bold design: the 200th anniversary of "The Star-Spangled Banner." When the Terrapins take the field against West..." September 09

  • Terps move freshman Will Ulmer from quarterback to wide receiver

    Baltimore Sun "Maryland coach Randy Edsall called freshman Will Ulmer in for a meeting Monday. When they sat down, both agreed it would be best for Ulmer to make the move from quarterback to wide receiver. Ulmer was committed to being a quarterback through preseason practice. But he worked some at wide..." September 03

  • Maryland’s Taivon Jacobs out for season with knee injury

    Washington Post "Maryland wide receiver Taivon Jacobs will miss the remainder of the season with a right knee injury, Coach Randy Edsall announced Monday afternoon. The redshirt freshman had an MRI on Monday on his right meniscus, which he injured during the second drive of Maryland’s win over James Madison on..." September 02

  • Maryland announces ‘lifetime degree guarantee’ for athletes

    College Football Talk "Dubbing it “The Maryland Way Guarantee,” the University of Maryland is blazing a trail on which most, if not all, Power Five conference schools will ultimately travel. The university announced Tuesday morning that, beginning in November of this year, it will offer a lifetime degree guarantee..." August 19

  • Maryland transfer expected to join Thundering Herd

    The Herald-Dispatch "When Marshall University's football team takes the field Wednesday, expect a new player to make an appearance. And, he's a player who made national headlines previously in NCAA Division I. Former University of Maryland linebacker Shawn Petty, a 6-foot-2, 240-pound product out of Greenbelt,..." August 13

  • Virginia linebacker Isaiah Davis commits to Maryland

    Baltimore Sun "Virginia linebacker Isaiah Davis, the younger brother of Maryland standout safety Sean Davis, verbally committed to the Terrapins Tuesday night. Davis said he called offensive coordinator Mike Locksley as Maryland wrapped up practice Tuesday night and later spoke to coach Randy Edsall. “For..." August 13

  • Judge rules against NCAA in revolutionary O'Bannon case

    ESPN.com "In a landmark decision, a federal judge ruled Friday that the NCAA is in violation of the nation's antitrust laws by restricting the compensation that major college football and men's basketball student-athletes can receive for use of their names, images and likenesses. U.S. District Court..." August 09

  • Maryland, ACC settle fight over exit fee; conference will keep $31M

    CBSSports.com "Conference realignment is officially closed for business -- for now. The fight over Maryland's $52 million exit fee after leaving the ACC for the Big Ten in 2012 was the last piece of business from the four-year wave of major-conference expansion, but the ACC on Friday announced a resolution..." August 08

  • Maryland wrestler Spencer Myers joins football team

    Washington Post "Maryland heavyweight wrestler Spencer Myers has been added to the Terrapins’ 2014 football roster as a defensive lineman, the school announced Wednesday morning. Myers, a rising senior, will continue to wrestle for the Terps this season as well. The Selinsgrove, Pa., native has made his mark in..." July 02

  • Backup Terps lineman hit with one-year suspension

    College Football Talk "Prior to the start of summer conditioning workouts, Maryland’s depth along the offensive line has suffered a sizable blow as the Terps announced Friday that Moise Larose has been suspended for one year for violating the university’s code of conduct. In a statement, the tackle apologized for..." May 18

  • Maryland OT Moise Larose suspended for year

    CBSSports.com "When Maryland enters the Big Ten this summer it will do so without one of the players scheduled to compete for a starting job on its offensive line. Maryland announced Friday that offensive tackle Moise Larose has been suspended for one year for violating the school's student-athlete code of..." May 16

  • Terps linebacker Abner Logan placed on disciplinary probation

    Washington Post "Linebacker Abner Logan, already suspended for violating team rules, has been placed on disciplinary probation by the University of Maryland until April 2015. He cannot participate in any games during that time, but he will attend school and can participate in football team functions such as..." May 09

  • Maryland's Abner Logan suspended for spring semester

    CSN Baltimore "Maryland rising sophomore linebacker Abner Logan has been suspended for the remainder of the spring semester for a violation of team rules, head coach Randy Edsall announced at practice on Wednesday as reported by a number of media outlets. Logan recorded 37 total tackles in 2013, including a..." April 03

  • Maryland athletic department reports modest surplus for 2012-13 fiscal year

    Washington Post "The 2012-13 schoolyear brought modest signs of financial progress for a Maryland athletic department that continues its long, slow climb out of debt. According to its NCAA financial report obtained via an open-records request, the department recorded a surplus of $346,541, an increase of more than..." March 26

  • Maryland’s Randy Edsall lays out plan to change college football recruiting

    Washington Post "For some time now, Randy Edsall has been formulating a plan to change college football recruiting. Now, entering his fourth season as Maryland’s football coach, he wants to spread the word. “My whole concern,” he says, “is what are we doing to the young people of America?” His plan, laid out..." March 26

  • Spring practice means a new start for Terps' Wes Brown, Marcus Leak

    Baltimore Sun "It was August 2012 and Wes Brown was meeting the media for the first time as a Maryland football player. Athletic department staff taped a name tag to the freshman's chair for the benefit of reporters. Brown, a big tailback with impressive quickness, did not seem daunted by his anonymity or..." February 28

  • 2014 Maryland Spring Football Preview: Quarterbacks

    CSN Baltimore "POSITION Quarterback DEPTH CHART - C.J. Brown - Caleb Rowe or Perry Hills - Shane Cockerille GET TO KNOW: STARTER C.J. Brown is back for a sixth season after receiving a waiver from the NCAA. He fought through injuries last season, including suffering a concussion against..." February 28

  • ACC football championship game to stay in Charlotte through 2019

    Charlotte Observer "The ACC’s football championship game will stay at Charlotte’s Bank of America Stadium at least through 2019, the league announced Monday. The six-year extension means Charlotte will host the game for 10 consecutive years. The ACC has played its title game in Charlotte the past four years,..." February 26

  • Maryland reportedly offers 4-star New Mexico QB Zach Gentry

    CSN Baltimore "Maryland has offered junior Zach Gentry, a 6-6 quarterback from Albuquerque, N.M., Rob Cassidy of Rivals.com is reporting. Gentry, who is ranked by Rivals as the 11th best quarterback in the junior class of 2015, also reportedly has offers from Louisville, New Mexico, New Mexico State,..." February 14

  • Maryland offers three-star 2015 Gonzaga QB Nick Johns

    CSN Baltimore "Maryland has offered 2015 Gonzaga (D.C.) quarterback Nick Johns, the junior announce via Twitter on Wednesday evening. Johns, rated as a three-star prospect by Rivals.com, stands 6-3 and weighs 215 pounds. He is ranked as the 14th-best prospect at the quarterback position. Also this week,..." February 14

  • Terps Coach Randy Edsall announces spring injuries, departures

    Washington Post "Maryland Coach Randy Edsall, via his Twitter account, announced a variety of personnel moves on Tuesday afternoon, including departures, transfers, injuries for spring football and one graduation. According to Edsall’s account, the following players will be sidelined for spring football: safety..." February 12

  • Edsall, Terps hope for a hometown recruiting movement

    Washington Post "The phrase has become somewhat of a beacon for the Maryland football team, lit by fans and coaches, designed to entice recruits into joining the “hometown movement.” The definition varies by individual, but generally it reflects the desire of the Terrapins to keep local talent around for four or..." February 11

  • Signing day: Ranking the Big Ten

    Chicago Sun-Times "1. Ohio State The Buckeyes may have stubbed their toe in the Big Ten title game against Michigan State, but Urban Meyer hasn’t lost his recruiting touch. OSU has seven four-star players from Ohio in a 23-man class that also draws from the talent hotbeds of Florida and Texas. Locally, Meyer has..." February 06

  • Maryland hires former LSU OL coach Greg Studrawa

    CBSSports.com "Is all well that ends well for Maryland and Randy Edsall? It was just last week that Dave DeGuglielmo left the Terps' offensive line coaching job to return to the NFL after just six days on the job. But Edsall appears to have rolled neatly with that particular punch, hiring former LSU offensive..." January 27

  • Maryland OL coach returns to NFL after six days on the job

    CBSSports.com "No one will ever be able to accuse Randy Edsall of not being able to look on the bright side of the situation. Take, for instance, the case of Dave DeGuglielmo -- the NFL coaching veteran and former New York Jets offensive line coach who accepted Edsall's offer to become Maryland's new line coach..." January 22

  • Maryland files $157 million countersuit against ACC

    CBSSports.com "The messy break up between Maryland and the ACC took another turn on Monday night with a $157 million countersuit against the conference. The suit, filed by the state attorney general's office on behalf of the University of Maryland in a North Carolina court, alleges that two ACC schools..." January 15