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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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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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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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Terps run over Rutgers for bowl eligibility

Maryland rushes for 318 yards against Rutgers to clinch bowl eligibility with a 31-13 victory on Senior Day. Will learn postseason destination on Dec. 4.

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Bowl eligibility on the line for Terps on Saturday

It’s simple, it Maryland beats Rutgers on Saturday then they are bowl eligible and will play a postseason game at the end of DJ Durkin’s first season as coach.

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Hills looking to put nice end to injury-riddled career

Maryland quarterback Perry Hills’ career has been plagued with injuries but he’s been the reason Maryland has a chance to be bowl eligible with a win over Rutgers. And he’ll be back from his latest injury to lead them.

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Terps stuffed by No. 19 Nebraska, 28-7

Maryland never could get into an offensive rhythm against Nebraska. The Terps totaled just 11 yards on the ground on their way to their fourth-straight loss.

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Buckeyes roll over Terps, 62-3

For a second-straight week the Terps were completely out-classed by a might opponent, falling to the powerhouse Ohio State Buckeyes, 62-3.

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Terps fall to No. 2 Michigan, 59-3

DJ Durkin didn’t have a triumphant return to Ann Arbor as the Terps were never able to keep up with the No. 2 Michigan Wolverines in a rout.

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