For many college students, getting a job while you're still in school seems unimaginable, especially for a student-athlete. It can be a daunting task to balance working hard on the field with doing well in the classroom, while pursuing a career. For Maryland tight end P.J. Gallo, however, it was hardly an issue this past summer.
Maryland football head coach Randy Edsall released an updated two-deep heading into week one of the season.
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The Maryland football team, in conjunction with the Terrapin Club Scholarship Fund, hosted their annual Crab Feast on Wednesday evening at the Samuel Riggs Alumni Center.
The University of Maryland football team will hold walk-on tryouts on Monday, Sept. 7 at Byrd Stadium at 1 p.m.
The Maryland football team held an open scrimmage on Saturday afternoon as part of Fan Appreciation Day at Byrd Stadium.
The Maryland football family was saddened to learn of the passing of Roy Martine, a member of the 1951 Terrapin team that won the Sugar Bowl over Tennessee.
The Maryland football team completed its 13th practice in 11 days at the on-campus practice facility on Thursday. Nearly two full weeks into camp, the Terps are starting to makes strides on the field.
University of Maryland all-time great Randy White has been named to the Football Writers' Association of America (FWAA) 75th Anniversary All-America team.
As the University of Maryland football team approaches its 2015 season-opener against Richmond Sept. 5, the concessions at Capital One Field at Byrd Stadium are making their final preparations for the season by adding more of the state's favorite flavors to its menu through the "Maryland with Pride" program.
Sophomore defensive lineman Malik Jones has suffered a lower leg injury in preseason camp Wednesday morning and will miss the duration of the 2015 football season as announced by head coach Randy Edsall.
With a pair of two-a-day practices and the first scrimmage of preseason camp behind them, the Maryland football team continues to amp things up in preparation for the start of the 2015 season.