JP Finlay grew up rooting for every DC team imaginable and knew the second verse to Hail to the Redskins way before it was cool. His proudest moment came watching the Maryland Terps win the men's basketball title in Atlanta in 2002. Well that, or eating 13 Taco Bell burritos in one night at SXSW in 2010. Finlay claims that he once sneaked into a club and partied with Nick Young, watched Alex Ovechkin take shots at a black-tie event and, at 15, was refused an autograph from Sonny Jurgensen.
As the NFL and football fans mourn the loss of Junior Seau, the debate about head trauma in football rages.
What Happens Next For Maryland After Terrell Stoglin's Departure?
Who should D.C. fans root for in the Final Four? Check out our reasons to root for, or against, Kentucky, Louisville, Kansas and Ohio State.
Long before he became a Terp, Mark Turgeon Interviewed For the head coaching job at Kansas.
Maryland senior guard Sean Mosley most likely played his last game before the home crowd in an overtime loss to Virginia. Mosley enjoyed a fine career at Maryland, and the home crowd thanked him for it.
Jason Clark, Henry Sims Earn Big East 2012 All-Conference Honors, Otto Porter Snubbed
After a slow start to his Maryland career, James Padgett has come into his own for the Terps. He hit a big three-point play to give Maryland the lead in Tuesday's 75-70 win.
After a rough game against Duke, sophomore Maryland guard Terrell Stoglin bounces back with solid all-around effort against Boston College.
A few weeks back we met a group of Maryland students who decided to honor Terps men's basketball coach Mark Turgeon by dressing up in suits for the games. The crew chooses not to give themselves a name, and in an era of Facebook and Twitter, they want to keep a low profile.