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The Baltimore SunArchbishop Curley fullback-defensive end Nik D'Avanzo committed Tuesday to play football at Temple. The 6-foot-3, 265-pound rising senior, who was second on the Friars with 80 tackles in 2011, is expected to play defensive end for the Owls. D'Avanzo also...
The Hartford CourantEAST HARTFORD — He had worn pink socks pulled up almost to his knees during this afternoon. And now those pink socks, reminders of the fight against breast cancer, seemed pale next to Chad Christen's cheeks. His cheeks were flaming pink, flush with...
After five weeks, I finally think I’m getting a feel for this crazy college football season. Unfortunately, it seems like Las Vegas is getting a feel for it as well. The lines keep getting tougher and tougher to pick. Luckily, I’m not the...
You're likely to see more USF fans with "Fire Skip Holtz" signs in the future after the Bulls lost to Temple on the road. USF is now 1-9 in their last 10 Big East games. Here's video of the Owls blocking a USF field goal attempt near the end of the game...
Of The Morning CallQuarterback Matt McGloin threw for a career-high 318 yards and a touchdown and ran for two more, leading Penn State to a 24-13 victory over Temple at Beaver Stadium. McGloin ran for scores of 1 and 2 yards, the team's first rushing touchdowns of the...
Tags: Bill O'Brien, Joe Paterno, Sports, Football
Baltimore Sun reporters Jeff Barker and Don Markus and editor Matt Bracken weigh in on the three biggest topics of the past week in Maryland sports. What does the addition of Notre Dame mean to the ACC and to Maryland? Jeff Barker: For the ACC, it...
Gerald Owen Morganthall Sr., 92, of Greenfield, Ind., and formerly of 130 Fairview Ave. Waynesboro, Pa., for many years, died Wednesday, Sept. 5, 2012, at Hancock Regional Hospital in Greenfield. Born Oct. 8, 1919, in Waynesboro, he was the son of the...
Stefon Diggs allowed himself a weak smile. Maryland had just defeated Temple, and Diggs had accounted for 135 yards on punt and kickoff returns, rushes and receptions. But Diggs had also fumbled a fourth-quarter punt. "I took my eyes off the ball —...
The Baltimore SunHeading into Saturday's game at Temple, Maryland’s defense, which certainly looks like the team’s strongest unit this season, will get back a couple players who had been injured. Defensive linemen Keith Bowers (knee) and Isaiah Ross...
The YouTube video just keeps going and going. Running back Jordan Todman is taking handoff after handoff, pitch after pitch, often carrying the ball deep into the opposition's secondary. It was 2010 and Todman and his Connecticut team — led by...
The Baltimore SunPHILADELPHIA — All of the fumbles, the growing pains, the raft of preseason injuries — none of it seemed to matter as Maryland players celebrated in a joyous locker room after they held on to claim their first road victory in 22 months....
The Baltimore SunI think the key for Maryland on Saturday will be the running game – stopping Temple’s and getting the Terps’ going. Matt Brown, the Owls’ senior tailback (he is from Baltimore but attended the Peddie School and Milford Academy)...
Tags: Randy Edsall, Sports, Football, Students, Teaching and Learning
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