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Topic - Comcast Center
As a parting gift to Maryland, the Atlantic Coast Conference left the Terrapins' home schedule devoid of games against North Carolina or Duke.
If you attended Maryland's Sunday night win over Tulsa at Comcast Center, you saw a unique look on your ticket stub, an image of Terps legend Len Bias.
Maryland faces Florida Atlantic on Saturday at Comcast Center, its final game before the semester's final exams. Coverage begins at 2 p.m. on CSN.
Jake Layman notched a new career high on Friday night against Morgan State, fueling Maryland's offense in a 89-62 win over Morgan State at Comcast Center.
Maryland's fifth-ranked women's basketball team has its doubters. Chief among them? The commander-in-chief.
Minutes after it was announced that fifth-ranked Maryland would play Navy in the first round of the NCAA women's tournament, the Terps' Tianna Hawkins was asked what she knew about the Midshipmen.
So that is what it's like to play from a huge lead.
Maryland's undermanned roster hoped three games in Puerto Rico would mark it as an overlooked team, a bunch capable of exceeding its modest expectations.
A dominating 84-46 victory over the visiting Loyola Greyhounds at Comcast Center on Friday night was the perfect way for the Maryland women's basketball team to start their season:
No one expects much this season from the Maryland men's basketball team, which features two returning starters and six walk-on players in what figures to be a long season for new coach Mark Turgeon.
One ACC icon provided candid answers about Maryland, a school he knew so well. Another insisted his protege would be wise to make a career move.