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7:00 PMC. Michigan at PurdueWatch
7:00 PMTowson at MarylandWatch
8:00 PMIdaho St. at WisconsinWatch
8:00 PMDrake at NebraskaWatch
Tomorrow
7:00 PMSouthern at Ohio St.Watch
8:00 PMIowa St. at IowaWatch
Thursday Dec 8
6:30 PMSt. Peter's at MarylandWatch
7:00 PMMissouri at Ohio St.Watch

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Top 5 moments in Maryland sports history

As a way of officially welcoming Maryland to the Big Ten, I thought we’d relive some of the top moments in Terrapins’ sports history. Here is my top 5 list, headlined by the men’s basketball title over Indiana. [ MORE: View all of our Maryland and Rutgers welcoming coverage ] 1. Beating Indiana for the NCAA basketball title in 2002. The squad was led by Lonny Baxter, Steve Blake, Juan Dixon and Chris Wilcox, and it finished the season with a sparkling 32-4 record en route to its first and only basketball title. 2. The epic comeback at No. 6

Top 10 Rutgers football players of all time

With Rutgers officially becoming a member of the Big Ten, it’s time to become familiar with some of the program’s football history. Here’s a look at my top 10 all-time best Rutgers players. [ MORE: View all of our Maryland and Rutgers welcoming coverage ] 1. Ray Rice (2005-07). Rice was the face of Greg Schiano era, a true workhorse and big-play back who helped bring the program to a national stage. He established a Big East and Rutgers single-season record with 1,794 yards rushing in 2006 in addition to ranking fifth nationally in scoring. Rice garnered numerous awards for

Top 10 Maryland football players of all time

With Maryland officially joining the Big Ten, it’s time to become familiar with some of the program’s football history. Here’s a look at my top 10 all-time best Maryland players. [ MORE: View all of our Maryland and Rutgers welcoming coverage ] 1. QB Jack Scarbath (1950-52). This guy poured cement to help build Byrd Stadium. Scarbath was the Heisman runner-up in 1952 and the third pick in the 1953 NFL draft. He was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 1983. 2. QB Bernie Faloney (1951-53). The quarterbacking great helped lead the Terps to the Sugar Bowl

Twitter: Big Ten schools welcome Maryland, Rutgers

As of Tuesday, Maryland and Rutgers are official members of the Big Ten. Several Big Ten schools went to Twitter on Tuesday morning to welcome the Terrapins and Scarlet Knights. See the tweets in this post. [ MORE: View all of our Maryland and Rutgers welcoming coverage ]

Get to know Rutgers' High Point Solutions Stadium

The 2014 season will be an historic one for the Rutgers Scarlet Knights, as the program enters its first year in the Big Ten Conference. It will also mark the 20-year anniversary of High Point Solutions Stadium, the crown jewel venue of Rutgers athletics. The stadium officially opened on September 3, 1994, when the Scarlet Knights defeated Kent State in front of 33,000-plus people. It now sits up to 52,454 people after a $102 million stadium expansion was completed in 2009. [ MORE: View all of our Maryland & Rutgers welcoming coverage ] Find out more fun facts about the

Get to know Maryland's Byrd Stadium

Maryland calls Byrd Stadium its home, and it has since 1950. A couple fun facts: The stadium played host to the 1953 national champions; and the attendance record (58,973) was set vs. another future Big Ten member, Penn State, in 1975. Learn more about the Terps’ home in this post. [ MORE: View all of our Maryland & Rutgers welcoming coverage ] 1950: Constructed at a cost of $1 million. The original capacity was 34,680, but could be boosted to more than 50,000 with temporary bleachers around the rim of the stadium. 1950: Stadium hosted its first and only bowl

Get to know Rutgers' Rutgers Athletic Center

Rutgers Athletic Center, or more commonly called “The RAC,” opened in 1977. In that time, Keith Hughes, Steve Worthy and, most recently, Quincy Douby have starred in the uniquely shaped arena that holds 8,000 fans. The New Jersey Nets also called it home for a few seasons. Learn more facts about Rutgers’ home in this post. [ MORE: View all of our Maryland & Rutgers welcoming coverage ] 1977: Arena opened as Rutgers Athletic Center on Nov. 30 with a victory over rival Seton Hall. 1977-81: Serve as home to the then-New Jersey Nets. 1979: Styx brought their Grand Illusion

Get to know Maryland's Comcast Center

When it comes to college hoops, you will be challenged to find many nicer arenas around the nation than Maryland’s Comcast Center. Known as “The House that Gary Built,” in honor of former Maryland head basketball coach Gary Williams, Comcast Center first broke ground in July, 2000, and was completed in the fall of 2002. Find out all you need to know about the Terps’ home in this post. [ MORE: View all of our Maryland & Rutgers welcoming coverage ] October 11, 2002: The Terrapins hosted the first public basketball event in the newly built stadium — Midnight Madness.

Maryland & Rutgers pro athletes in the three major sports

Ever watch a game and ask yourself, “Where did that guy go to school?” Of course, you have. With Maryland and Rutgers now official Big Ten members, we wanted to share the former Terps and Scarlet Knights who are playing professionally in the three major sports. Check out the lists in this post. [ MORE: Follow these Maryland Twitter accounts | And these Rutgers accounts ] NFL *** MLB Maryland Brett Cecil, Toronto Justin Maxwell, Kansas City Rutgers David DeJesus, Tampa Bay Todd Frazier, Cincinnati *** NBA Maryland Steve Blake, Golden State Alex Len, Phoenix Greivis Vasquez, Toronto

Who went to Rutgers? Check out these notable names

Quick: Who is the most noticeable alum from your respective university? Rutgers has a long list of well-known alumni. Many of us know about the school’s notable former athletes, including Ray Rice, Brian Leonard and the McCourty brothers, to name a few. But did you know James Gandolfini, aka Tony Soprano, once walked through the campus of Rutgers as a student as well? [ MORE: rutgers.edu: View all of Rutgers’ notable alumni ] Here is a list of some of Rutgers’ most notable alumni. Mario Batali, 1982 Chef, TV Host, Writer Bill Bellamy, 1989 Comedian; Actor [ MORE: Gallery: See