Breaking News:

So Much Sports Baltimore has officially shut down on August 7, 2017, but would like to thank all of our readers, writers and everybody who helped make this website possible.

Must see Terps non-conference games

The Terps have very high expectations for this coming season and with that will have some must-see games against top competition on their non-conference schedule.

Read More

Rasheed Sulaimon commits to Maryland

The dismissed Duke guard commits to transfer to Maryland, immediately making the Terps a National Championship contender.

Read More

Terps targeting Rasheed Sulaimon as transfer

Rasheed Sulaimon was dismissed from Duke in January but is being targeted by the Maryland Terrapins as a potential transfer destination.

Read More

Terps get huge commitment from Diamond Stone

Maryland swooped into Wisconsin territory and got a commitment from one of the very best high school basketball players in the country.

Read More

Maryland’s season is over, and it’s devastating

The Terps just couldn’t get the offense going against the tough WVU press and once Melo Trimble was sidelined with a head injury, a comeback became impossible.

Read More

Breaking WVU’s press will be key for Terps

West Virginia likes to play a very harsh full court press defense, meaning the Terps will need another great performance from Melo Trimble.

Read More

Terps outlasts Valparaiso, 65-62

A late steal by Maryland secured a victory against a very tough and under-seeded Valparaiso team in their first game of the NCAA Tournament.

Read More

Terps will be tested by tough Valpo D in 2nd Rd

Vashil Fernandez is a great shot-blocker and will make it tough for UMD to get inside and score. Jake Layman will have to his his height to help UMD advance.

Read More

Terps unfairly seeded in tournament

Maryland was ranked No. 8 at the end of the regular season and thought to be competing for a No. 2 seed by have to settle for a fourth-seed.

Read More

Terps clean up with Big Ten honors

Mark Turgeon, Dez Wells, Melo Trimble and Jake Layman all received All-Big Ten honors after a remarkable Terps season.

Read More