Former Maryland starting quarterback Kasim Hill is transferring to Tennessee, a Volunteers spokesperson confirmed Thursday to ESPN.
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As the ACC Network launches, we present the best players in ACC football history since the league's inception in 1953.
- Former Terps QB Hill transferring to Tennessee
- Maryland hires former Gators, Illini coach Zook
- Maryland WR Jones out for year with torn ACL
- NCAA: Ex-Terp Knight eligible now for Kent State
Maryland has hired veteran college and NFL coach Ron Zook as a senior analyst on Mike Locksley's staff.
The Big Ten West appears wide open, but the usual suspects have the edge in the East. How will the rest of the teams fare? Here is Phil Steele's prediction.
Which new coaches need to win right away? Which ones are in rebuilding years? We break down the expectations for each new coach in 2019.
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Maryland wide receiver Jeshaun Jones will miss the 2019 season after suffering a torn ACL in his knee during practice Monday, the school announced. Jones stood out as a freshman in 2018, scoring seven touchdowns and starting two games for the Terrapins. He had 22 receptions and 18 rushes, and his five receiving touchdowns marked the most by a Maryland freshman since Stephon Diggs in 2018. Jones also became the first Big Ten freshman to record two games with both a touchdown catch and a touchdown run since Ohio State's Maurice Clarett in 2003. The 6-foot-1, 189-pound Jones, a native of Fort Myers, Florida, will redshirt the season and have three years of eligibility remaining.
Maryland wide receiver Jeshaun Jones will miss the season after tearing the ACL in his left knee.
Which programs are in the best shape at running back heading into the season? Wisconsin stakes its claim with Heisman candidate Jonathan Taylor.
The NCAA's committee on legislative relief in June denied Qwuantrezz Knight's waiver request, but it has since granted his appeal, making him eligible to play this season for Kent State.
DJ Durkin, who was fired at Maryland after investigations into the death of player Jordan McNair, is helping the Falcons at training camp.
From scouting the QB class to schools on the rise, our experts break down the latest 2020 ESPN 300 for what's new on the football recruiting trail.
Can the Wolverines get over the hump? How will Ohio State adjust to life after Urban Meyer? Is Penn State ready to be elite? We answer those questions and more about the Big Ten East.
The University of Maryland at College Park has been warned that its accreditation "may be in jeopardy" by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education.
Which programs have gained and which ones have been hurt by the numerous offseason transfers? We look at the impact of all those moves.
Defensive back Qwuantrezz Knight will appeal to play immediately for Kent State after transferring to the school in the wake of Maryland's Jordan McNair scandal. The NCAA had previously denied his request.
Former Clemson linebacker Shaq Smith has transferred to Maryland as a graduate transfer and is immediately eligible to play.
Maryland is implementing the final change suggested by an external review following the death of former football player Jordan McNair to better safeguard the health and well-being of its student-athletes.
Jenna Laine ESPN Staff Writer
Source tells me that Maryland safety Darnell Savage is among the players taking top-30 visits with the Bucs. Savage posted the third-best 40 time (4.36) among all defensive backs at the combine.
Maryland athletic director Damon Evans says the school has instituted 18 of 20 recommendations to change the program following Jordan McNair's death.
Whether it was pushing for B1G expansion or pushing back against a playoff, Jim Delany has been central to every big CFB debate for three decades.
Former Virginia Tech quarterback Josh Jackson announced Monday night that he is transferring to Maryland, where he is expected to be a frontrunner in the competition for the starting quarterback job.
Maryland has flipped ESPN 300 safety Nick Cross from Florida State.
Terrapins defensive back Raymond Boone said he was "doing just fine" after being hospitalized Tuesday when he became ill at an indoor team workout, the Baltimore Sun reported.
Alabama outside linebacker Eyabi Anoma, a rising sophomore and former five-star recruit, has entered the transfer portal, a source confirmed to ESPN.