Maryland Terrapins News for August 13, 2014.
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“Maryland returned to the practice field Tuesday following on off day for the Terps’ annual Media Day. After battling a morning monsoon that left every member of the team and staff waterlogged, Maryland returned to the turf of Capital One Field at Byrd Stadium for an evening practice.”
“The Maryland football got a reprieve from preseason camp Monday as the Terps held their annual media day at Gossett Football Team House.”
“Sophomore running back Jacquille Veii will now be sophomore wide receiver Jacquille Veii, head coach Randy Edsall announced on ESPN980 Tuesday (h/t to Jeff Ermann).”
“In an expected move, Maryland head coach Randy Edsall has announced five-star true freshman Damian Prince will shift from offensive tackle inside to offensive guard, presumably entering the competition for the starting left guard spot.”
“It was a shock,” Maryland senior defensive lineman Andre Monroe said of the injury trend the past two years. “That’s never something that you can just get used to.”
“But he took over as the Terrapins’ starting fullback as a redshirt freshman last year, and coach Randy Edsall said Goins is Maryland’s clear-cut top fullback through the first week of preseason practice.”
“Former University of Maryland men’s basketball head coach Gary Williams was officially enshrined in the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame Friday night in Springfield, Mass.”
Check out a picture of the new signage on the Xfinity Center at the University of Maryland.
“Maryland’s already known its first ever ACC opponent in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge would be Virginia for quite some time now. Full scheduling details were announced Tuesday for the three-day challenge, and the Terps will host the Cavaliers at 9:15 pm on ESPN2 December 3.”
“The University of Maryland and the Atlantic Coast Conference announced today they have reached a mediated agreement that ends all litigation between both parties.”
The basketball arena now known as the Xfinity Center has some new signage going up and Byrd Stadium also has some new additions that will make the fan experience much better.