Maryland football honored a 2001 team that brought new life to a program struggling with futility.
Maryland football snagged a huge win that ended its three-game skid.
According to head coach Mike Locksley and others within the program, Maryland football could use some pride.
Maryland football fell victim to another one-dimensional attack and couldn’t find an answer to a determined rushing offense.
Maryland football will get a brand new shot at toppling a top ten team with its week six contest against Ohio State.
2016 was the last time Maryland went 4-0 and the Terps fell apart, but this years team brings something different.
Head coach Mike Locksley had one question answered at Illinois — plenty more remain, especially those regarding discipline.
Maryland football struggled to a 20-17 victory with their first ever visit to Champaign.
Maryland football will be making its first ever visit to Champaign to open up its Big Ten season.
Maryland’s offense dominated in a 62-0 win.