The Terps' wide receivers — led by coach Gunter Brewer — have a unique identity.
The Terps will only have to travel to the West coast once per year to play each of the conference's four new teams — Oregon, UCLA, USC and Washington.
In this week's newsletter: Maryland football's win over Indiana, Maryland men’s and women’s soccer’s scoring struggles, a football recruit’s explosive performance and more.
Washington shared the field with Terps commits Keyshawn Flowers and Ryan Howerton.
Felton finished with seven catches for 134 yards and three touchdowns in the Terps' victory over Indiana, all career highs for the junior.
Taulia Tagovailoa scored all six of the Terps' touchdowns.
The Terps have not met their standard in any of the wins, per the coach.
Four-star Matthew Hodge, who listed the Terps among his six finalists, announces his decision Friday.
The linebacker leads the Terps' stout defense in sacks despite spending more time in coverage on pass plays.
In this week’s newsletter: Maryland football's Big Ten opener, a commit’s journey to Maryland men’s lacrosse, key takeaways from the full Maryland men’s and women’s basketball schedules and more.