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Topic - Laura Harper
Former NFL receiver Sam Hurd pleaded not guilty Wednesday to a new indictment accusing him of trying to obtain cocaine and marijuana while he was out on bond awaiting trial on charges of trying to start a drug ring in the Chicago area.
The Maryland women's basketball team has been in this position before. As a top-two seed in the NCAA tournament for a third consecutive season, the Terrapins are becoming perennial favorites.
After winning the 2006 national championship, Maryland women's basketball coach Brenda Frese wrote a book titled "Overtime is Our Time." Yesterday, the Terrapins had to draw upon their old ways to secure a win.
Chavful's attorney, Laura Harper, denied that Chavful was pleading guilty in a bid of leniency at sentencing.
"Rather, he is truthfully admitting what he did because he believes that it is the right thing to do," she said.