Let’s look back at all the days the Terps won and the Blue Devils lost in the recent past.
If Justin Jackson has more games like this and less games like Purdue, Maryland will be fine.
The Terps are looking for their first Big Ten win.
Maryland men’s hoops opened Big Ten play Friday night with a close loss to Purdue, falling to the Boilermakers 80-75.
This man could make buckets from around the world.
It’s not easy to catch 80 passes from four quarterbacks.
The Terps really needs to watch their turnovers.
At 9-2, the Nittany Lions will present a challenge for the Terps.
The Terps are having a block party this whole season, and Bruno’s the host.
The Terps travel to Florida to take on an interesting opponent from the A-10.