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Austin Tennessee signs UDFA deal with Vikings

Stevenson safety Austin Tennessee has signed an undrafted free agent contract with the Minnesota Vikings, two Terps also get early post-draft deals.

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Terps sign highest-rated class in program history

The Maryland Terrapins football team inks 11 four-star players in their highest-rated recruiting class in program history.

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Towson football signs largest class in history

The Towson football team announced their largest signing class in program history, getting letter’s on intents from 28 players, including six who have enrolled early.

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Johnson promoted to be Tigers D. Coordinator

Running backs coach Lyndon Johnson has been promoted by Rob Ambrose to become the team’s new defensive coordinator.

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Terps fall to Boston College in Quick Lane Bowl

Ty Johnson had 159 yards and two touchdowns on 15 carries but four turnover by Perry Hills sunk the Terps against Boston College in the Quick Lane Bowl.

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Mids lose shootout against LA Tech

Navy was down to their fourth-string quarterback by the end of the game, but even through that they were with the Bulldogs step-for-step in the Armed Forced Bowl.

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Army snaps Navy’s streak with 21-14 win

Navy had a fourth quarter lead against Army, but four turnovers helped the Black Knights snap the Mids 14-game winning streak as the came back to get the victory.

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Terps selected to Quick Lane Bowl

DJ Durkin (left) has led Maryland back to a bowl game in his first season as the program’s head coach, leading them to the Quick Lane Bowl in Detroit.

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Mids to play LA Tech in Armed Forces Bowl

Navy was already contracted to play in the Armed Forces Bowl this year, and learned that they will meet the Louisiana Tech Bulldogs in the game on Dec. 23.

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Mids shut down by Owls in AAC title game

Navy’s triple-option was shut down by a physical Temple defense, but making their 34-10 loss in the AAC title game were injuries to Will Worth and Toneo Gulley.

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