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By Don Markus and The Baltimore Sun | November 19, 2011
Until the Terps tied it up at 7 on a 31-yard pass from C.J. Brown to Justus Pickett with 12 seconds left in the first half, the Maryland offense had been mostly three-and-outs and a bad afternoon for Nick Ferrara. The late score prevented Maryland from being shut out in the first half for the first time since the 38-7 loss to Temple earlier in the season. Ferrara's first two punts combined traveled nearly as far (47 yards) as his third (42) to go along with a missed 31-yard field goal.
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By Jeff Barker and The Baltimore Sun | March 18, 2014
The contract of Maryland offensive coordinator Mike Locksley wasn't due to expire until the end of next season. But, as it prepares to enter the Big Ten, the school has reportedly decided to renew its commitment to Locksley, who is also the quarterbacks coach and a key recruiter. According to CBSSports.com, Maryland has signed Locksley to a new three-year deal paying him more than $600,000 per year and making him one of the highest-paid coordinators in the Big Ten. Maryland head coach Randy Edsall did not immediately reply to a text message and email seeking to confirm the report.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | February 27, 2013
Top-ranked Maryland's 3-0 start has been highlighted by the offense's production, but that output hasn't been limited to just one player. Three different players have led the team in goals in each of its wins. Redshirt senior midfielder Jake Bernhardt scored four goals in the season-opening 23-6 rout of Mount St. Mary's, senior attackman Owen Blye scored five in a 16-4 thumping of Hartford, and senior midfielder John Haus scored four in Saturday's 12-10 decision against reigning national champion Loyola.
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By Jeff Barker and The Baltimore Sun | September 14, 2013
EAST HARTFORD, Conn. - Maryland coach Randy Edsall might have felt a little disoriented walking out of the visitors locker room Saturday night at Connecticut's Rentschler Field. Edsall spent a dozen seasons at UConn and was here when the stadium opened 10 years ago. Wearing a black Maryland warmup suit, Edsall was greeted by a half-dozen photographers and television camera operators as he walked to midfield before the game and greeted Connecticut coach Paul Pasqualoni, the man who succeeded him. As he walked away, he stooped to pick up a blade of grass and tossed it into the air to see which way the wind was blowing.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Staff Writer | November 14, 1993
RALEIGH, N.C. -- The excuses were ready-made.The records, Maryland's youth and North Carolina State's bowl aspirations added up to the Terps' arriving at Carter-Finley Stadium yesterday as two-touchdown underdogs. An already thin Maryland lineup had been depleted further by a run of injuries that took its top receiver and three defensive starters.The difference in talent doesn't explain totally the Wolfpack's 44-21 whipping of the Terps, however. Maryland had a 7-0 lead after the first quarter, but from then on, it slid into a familiar rut, giving in on both sides of the ball.
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By Christian Ewell | November 10, 2001
Clemson (5-3, 3-3 ACC) at No. 13 Maryland (8-1, 5-1) Site: Byrd Stadium, College Park Time: 7 p.m. TV/Radio: ESPN2; WBAL (1090 AM) Last week: Clemson lost to Florida State, 41-27, at home. Maryland beat Troy State, 47-14, also at home. Maryland offense vs. Clemson defense: As expected, the defense has been troublesome for the Tigers this season, with opponents averaging 28.4 points per game. Linebacker Chad Carson has been the leader of this unit, which has been hurt by injuries. Maryland's offense continues to shine, producing an average of 284 yards over the past three games, even as star running back Bruce Perry's numbers have tapered off. Maryland defense vs. Clemson offense: Will Maryland be able to stop Woodrow Dantzler, who has dominated the Terps both times he has faced them?
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Sun Staff Writer | September 14, 1994
COLLEGE PARK -- The fireworks in the Maryland offense have fizzled. The defense that set an NCAA record for futility last season is allowing more yards than ever.The special teams, however, have improved thanks to Joe O'Donnell's right foot.A year after the kicking game was a hindrance, O'Donnell has returned the field goal to the Terps' game plan. A sophomore transfer from Rural Ridge, Pa., who kicked for Division I-AA Tennessee-Martin in 1993, O'Donnell has made all three of his field-goal attempts and, equally important, boosted the kickoff coverage unit.
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By Christian Ewell | September 7, 2002
Tonight's game Akron (0-1) at Maryland (0-1) Site: Byrd Stadium, College Park Time: 6 TV/Radio: Comcast pay-per-view/WBAL (1090 AM) Line: Maryland by 21 Series: First meeting Last game: Maryland lost to Notre Dame, 22-0; Akron lost to Iowa, 57-21 Maryland offense vs. Akron defense: After gaining only 133 total yards last week, the Terps would like to get untracked against a Zips defense that gave up nearly 400 yards of rushing against Iowa....
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By Jeff Barker and The Baltimore Sun | August 20, 2013
I knew Stefon Diggs threw out the first pitch - it was high and wide - at the Orioles game Sunday at Camden Yards.  In his defense, his strategy was to aim high.  You never want to bounce one in front of the plate. “I think he tried to throw a cutter and it cut a little too much,” head coach Randy Edsall said. What I didn't know is that he met Orioles outfielder Adam Jones. “He said that's his favorite Oriole player of the current team. So he was jacked up about it,” said Edsall, who brought the whole team to the game.
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By Don Markus and The Baltimore Sun | August 15, 2013
As much attention as there has been surrounding the return of Maryland quarterback C.J. Brown from a season-ending knee injury a year ago, there's also been interest in those assigned to protecting him from their positions on the offensive line. Sophomore tackle Mike Madaras found himself talking to reporters after Thursday's open-to-the-media practice in College Park, but much of the attention evolved from a recent two-week suspension for violation of university rules. Madaras wouldn't talk about his transgression - politely redirecting inquiries to coach Randy Edsall - but said he will try to take positives away from it. Currently listed as a starter, the 6-foot-5, 295-pound lineman said, “I wasn't happy when it [the suspension]
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | February 27, 2013
Top-ranked Maryland's 3-0 start has been highlighted by the offense's production, but that output hasn't been limited to just one player. Three different players have led the team in goals in each of its wins. Redshirt senior midfielder Jake Bernhardt scored four goals in the season-opening 23-6 rout of Mount St. Mary's, senior attackman Owen Blye scored five in a 16-4 thumping of Hartford, and senior midfielder John Haus scored four in Saturday's 12-10 decision against reigning national champion Loyola.
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By Matt Bracken and The Baltimore Sun | January 15, 2013
Before committing to Maryland last June, Derwin Gray considered offers from Florida, Florida State, Ohio State, Oklahoma and several others. But playing for a traditional college football powerhouse ultimately didn't appeal to the Terps commitment. “If you're a great player, and you can ball, you don't have to go to Alabama or Florida State,” Gray said. “[I] just showed everyone [that I wanted to] go out on a limb and go to Maryland, stay home and really ball for my city and do big things.” Gray, a four-star prospect from Friendship Collegiate in D.C., called it a “blessing and an honor” to play football for his hometown university.
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By Kevin Cowherd and The Baltimore Sun | January 14, 2013
Here's the main problem Mark Turgeon faces right now with the Maryland Terps: no one can put the ball in the basket. And this is no small concern. That was an absolute horror show last night at the Bank United Center, when the Terps managed just 14 points in the first half and shot just 31.6 percent on their way to a 54-47 loss to Miami. It was Maryland's second ugly ACC loss in a row and second dreadful offensive performance, and you can sense the frustration mounting in both the players and coaches.
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By Rudy Jones and For The Baltimore Sun | November 10, 2012
Maryland's well-documented string of offensive injuries - most notably at quarterback - put the Terps at a disadvantage entering Saturday's game at No. 13 Clemson. The last thing the Terps needed was to turn the ball over to a potent Clemson offense twice in the first quarter. But that's exactly what happened, setting the stage for a 45-10 romp by the host Tigers in front of 76,000 at Memorial Stadium. Clemson had 35 points - eclipsing the previous season high against the Maryland defense - by halftime in handing the Terps their fourth consecutive loss.
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By Jeff Barker and The Baltimore Sun | October 18, 2012
As if Maryland's offensive line needed another issue, the Terps will be without senior guard Bennett Fulper for Saturday's homecoming game against N.C. State. Two other offensive lineman are also in the injury report. Sal Conaboy (ankle) is doubtful and Justin Gilbert (knee) is questionable Fulper has turf toe and also seems to have an ankle problem. He had started every game for the Terps this season at left guard. Junior Josh Cary is likely to take his place. Also out Saturday: safety Matt Robinson (groin)
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