Upcoming Terp Games on TV
Terrapin Sports Radio Network
Fans can access Terps broadcasts through Terps TV.
During the football season, fans can tune in 60 minutes before kickoff and listen to the Toyota Tailgate Show with Gary Stein.
View the View the Terrapin Sports Radio Network Coverage Map in PDF format.
Terps on XM Satellite Radio
A large number of Maryland football and men's and women's basketball games are carried on XM Satellite Radio!
The Randy Edsall Radio Show
The Randy Edsall Radio Show, featuring Maryland head football coach Randy Edsall and Hall of Fame broadcaster Johnny Holliday airs throughout the season on the Terrapin Sports Radio Network. The one-hour show airs 7 to 8 p.m. Thursday evenings at The Original Ledo Restaurant in College Park, as Coach Edsall will take calls and questions from fans and students, break-down the upcoming game and talk with players and coaches during each live broadcast. Fans can submit questions by clicking here or by calling toll free at 1-866-950-5225.
The Original Ledo Restaurant
Inside Maryland Football
Get a closer look at Maryland Football with Inside Maryland Football each Saturday morning at 11 a.m. on Comcast SportsNet.
Tune in to the Terrapin Sports Radio Network each week for the live broadcast of The Mark Turgeon Radio Show Presented by SECU, with Maryland Basketball Head Coach Mark Turgeon and “Voice of the Terrapins” Johnny Holliday. Each week, Coach Turgeon will take questions from callers, preview the upcoming schedule and visit with special guests and players. Please check back for more information on show locations at times.
Buffalo Wild Wing Locations:
Buffalo Wild Wings - Rockville
Inside Maryland Basketball
Take an inside look at the Maryland Men's Basketball team each week on CSN Washington. Check the below schedule for new episodes airing Saturday mornings at 9:30 a.m. and your local listings for re-broadcasts:
Under the Shell
Tune-in to CSN Washington Saturday mornings for Under the Shell, the reality television series about Maryland Women's Basketball. Under the Shell takes you behind-the-scenes and shows you a day-in-the-life of women's basketball student-athletes and coaches.
Each episode of the TV show is archived on the Under the Shell webpage of umterps.com for on-demand viewing. Plus, the webpage features additional features and content not found in the TV episodes.
In addition to the below schedule of original broadcasts, check your local listings for weekly re-broadcasts of each show on both networks.
Voices of the Maryland Terrapins
Johnny Holliday, Play-By-Play
Johnny's sports reports are heard mornings coast to coast on the ABC Radio Network, as well as Sirius. Dick Vitale has named Johnny one of his Top 15 play by play voices in the nation. Holliday's list of credits include ABC's coverage of the Winter and Summer Olympics, championship boxing, the USFL with Hall of Famer Paul Hornung, The Masters and television coverage of the Liberty and Aloha Bowls. Johnny also co-hosts the Randy Edsall and Mark Turgeon radio shows and Mark Turgeon’s Television show . Holliday was public address announcer for the Cleveland Browns, Oakland Raiders, San Francisco Warriors, and Washington Bullets.
In Washington, Holliday hosted the Washington Senators pre game show on Radio with Ted Williams and in San Francisco, the Giants pre game show on TV. He is also host of the Washington Nationals Pre and post games shows on the MASN TV Network, and has handled play by play duties for George Washington University basketball, Navy football, Radio and TV coverage of the Washington Bullets and Wizzards, and hosted Redskins shows on TV with Dexter Manley, Mark Moseley, Bobby Bethard and Charley Casserly. Johnny also handled television play by play duties of ACC Women’s basketball, Baltimore Orioles and National Gymnastics events.
His network credits include announcing duties for NBC's Hullaballoo, and The Roger Miller show. ABC's This Week with David Brinkley and This Week with Sam and Cokie, along with ABC radio's Sam Donaldson Show. Johnny was also seen on the CBS TV series Good Morning World. His face and voice are one of the most familiar in all of Washington Radio and Television with hundreds of commercials and narrations to his credit.
Holliday was born and raised in Miami, Florida and was in the first graduating class at North Miami High School. Before coming to Washington in 1969 he was a top rated Radio Personality in Cleveland, New York City, and San Francisco. Before giving up music, Holliday was named America's number one Disc Jockey. A visit to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland will enable you to listen to Johnny during his DJ days in Cleveland. Johnny also co-hosts "Catholic Radio Weekly" with Carol Lehan, syndicated to Radio stations throughout the country.
Off the air, the multi-talented Holliday has been seen on stage in more than 30 leading roles in such productions as Finian’s Rainbow, Bye Bye Birdie, How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, Same Time Next Year. Follies, Company, Music Man, 42nd Street, The Apple Tree and Me and My Girl, for which he was nominated for a Helen Hayes award for Best Actor in a musical.
Holliday has been honored by Washingtonian Magazine as "Washingtonian of the Year." His basketball and softball teams have raised in excess of 1.5 million dollars for charity. Johnny has been honored by the University of Maryland with the school's Distinguished Citizen award, and by the Touchdown Club of Washington with the outstanding achievement in Sports Broadcasting "Timmie" award. Johnny was inducted into the Radio Television Broadcasters Hall of Fame in 2003. In 2005 he was given the Lindsay Nelson Outstanding Sportscaster award by the All American Football Foundation, and in 2006 was honored by the National Football Foundation and the College Football Hall of fame with the Chris Schenkel award. In 2006 the Catholic Youth Organization named Holliday it's National Person of the Year, and the Diabetes Association recognized Johnny as it's Father of The year. In 2007 the Ed Block Courage Award Foundation inducted Johnny into the Baltimore, Md Sports Media Hall olf Fame. Johnny also received the"Smile" award from Operation Smile for outstanding service to the community.In 2010 Johnny was named One of 60 Influential Marylanders. In 2011 Johnny was given the Skeeter Francis award by the ACC for his special service to Media of the ACC. Holliday still finds time to participate in a variety of community activities, among them, Catholic Charities, Special Olympics and host his own celebrity golf tournament to benefit The Youth Leadership Foundation and a scholarship to the University of Maryland. Johnny is on the Board of Directors of Victory Youth Centers and Childrens Charities Foundation. Johnny has served as Television host for Muscular Dystrophy, Leukemia, Cerebral Palsy, Children’s Hospital, March of Dimes and Easter Seals telethons.
Johnny's autobiography "From Rock to Jock” co written with Stephen Moore was released in 2002 and can be found in books stores nationwide along with his latest offering with Moore "Hoop Tales" great moments in Maryland basketball history. Information can be found at www.jholliday.com.
Holliday and his wife Mary Clare, are the proud parents of Three daughters, Kellie, Tracie and Moira, Three Son-in-laws, Steve, Chis, and Bob, Seven Grandsons, JT, Devin, Anthony, Christopher, Nicholas, Jack, and Liam... and Three Granddaughter's, Maggie , Clare and Bridie.
Chris Knoche, Basketball Color Analyst
Knoche spent 17 seasons at American, playing the 1979-80 and 80-81 seasons under Maryland's legendary head coach Gary Williams before moving into an assistant coaching position and later serving seven seasons (1991-97) as the Eagles' head coach.
Prior to joining Maryland's broadcast crew, he worked 40-50 games each of the previous two season as a color commentator, including stints on the Ivy League Game of the Week on Westwood One/CBS Radio and Ivy League Game of the Week for DirecTV and for HDTV. He has also worked telecasts for ESPN and CSN, in addition to doing radio and television analysis for George Mason University games. Currently he makes regular guest appearances on the highly rated "The Sports Reporters" on Sportstalk 980 in Washington, D.C.
"Chris Knoche brings an outstanding background as a player, coach and fan to our basketball broadcasts," said Williams, Maryland's head coach from 1989 - 2011.
"Being able to work with Johnny Holliday, Chris provides the opportunity for Maryland fans to listen to someone who has very good experience as a color commentator. More important, he is someone who has a great feel for the game of basketball. I have known Chris as a player and a coach for more than 20 years. He has been an exciting addition to our basketball program."
Walt Williams, Basketball Sideline Reporter
Jonathan Claiborne, Football Color Analyst
Originally a walk-on at Maryland in the mid-'70s, Jonathan Claiborne eventually worked his way into a first-string safety position and earned a scholarship. He was a two-year starter and played on three bowl teams. The Terrapins were 28-7-1 during his varsity playing career.
Claiborne, who is now a practicing attorney in the Baltimore area for the firm Whiteford, Taylor and Preston, excelled on and off the field while playing with the Terrapins. He was a two-time All-ACC Academic selection and a 1977 CoSIDA Academic All-American. He also was the recipient of a NCAA Post-graduate Scholarship in addition to earning a fellowship from the National Football Foundation and Hall of Fame. Claiborne earned a double degree at Maryland (history and accounting) with a cumulative GPA of 3.57. He was a two-time winner of the George C. Cook Award (given to the Terrapin varsity football player with the highest grade point average) and also won the Talbot T. Speer Award for leadership, scholarship and athletic ability.
Claiborne previously spent four years as a color analyst on Towson Tiger football radio broadcasts.
Tim Strachan, Football Sideline Reporter
Strachan, who was paralyzed in a swimming accident before his senior year of high school, launched T13 Charities -- A Foundation for Spinal Cord Injuries as a way to benefit others with spinal cord injuries. He is a professional motivational speaker and also is a freelance reporter for the Ralph Friedgen and Gary Williams coaches' television shows. He was named the 1999 Washingtonian of the Year by Washingtonian magazine.