Terps Around the Web: 8/4


Oct 25, 2014; Madison, WI, USA; The Big 10 logo on the field at Camp Randall Stadium following the game between the Maryland Terrapins and Wisconsin Badgers. Wisconsin won 52-7. Mandatory Credit: Jeff Hanisch-USA TODAY Sports

This is an exciting time for Maryland Terrapins sports fans, as both the basketball and football programs appear to be on the rise. As the anticipation builds for the upcoming seasons, the Terps have been in the news all around the web. Here’s the latest from Terps country .

Maryland Football

Maryland Terrapins thriving on leadership from an unlikely position – ESPN

It’s unusual that a kicker is the leader of the football team, but the reigning Lou Groza Award winner is the consensus in the Terps’ locker room.

Tino Ellis keeps The Movement alive, commits to Maryland – Testudo Times

The DMV to UMD Movement strikes again and the Terps gain another elite local football prospect.

The Secret to Will Likely’s Success and Succinct Swagger – Inside MD Sports

Despite being small in stature, Likely does not lack confidence and adds a bit of swagger to the Maryland football team.

Big Ten Players Offer Freshmen to Watch This Season – Big Ten Network

Will Likely is singing praises of freshman defensive back Darnell Savage.

Maryland football’s new Under Armour uniforms called ‘ungrabbable’ – Testudo Times

The Terps have released their new uniforms, featuring ArmourGrid technology, which will also be utilized by five other schools.

Maryland Basketball

Steve Blake impressed with Terps – Baltimore Sun

The former Terps guard stopped by to play a pickup game with the current team and likes what he is seeing.

Tony Carr commits to Penn State: Maryland misses out on 2016 4-star guard – Testudo Times

The Terps lose a target to one of their Big Ten foes, but mainly because they’ve been focusing their efforts more on other guards.

5-star shooting guard Rawle Atkins puts Maryland in his top 10 – Testudo Times

The Terps made the list, but Kentucky, Indiana and St. John’s are currently the favorites.

Next: Previewing Maryland's Defensive Line for 2015

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