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Hello, America, We Came Back
Three of the biggest reasons to look forward to the 1980-81 season are the young men waving their greetings on the opposite page: Mark Aguirre, Ralph Sampson and Albert King. They could be rich right now, but last spring they decided to forestall the start of their pro careers and stay in school at least another year. By not going "hardship" themselves, they spared college fans the pain of having to get by without seeing them in action. Surely, there could be no finer way to start the season than to have them tell us...
Play Md., call for a Dr.
Maryland was picked to finish a sickly sixth in the ACC, but with an accent on teamwork, the Terrapins are first and are giving the rest of the league a headache
NOT QUITE A TERRAPIN STEW
In the NCAA lacrosse championship, a stall by underdog Johns Hopkins held mighty Maryland for a while. But a cluster of All-Americas and a ...
BOOM! GO THE BILLIKENS
The St. Louis Billikens, winners of 13 straight after an opening loss to Fairleigh- Dickinson, excelled at short passing. The Maryland Terrapins excelled in a most ...
Double Drivel Tournament upsets Rendered in couplets? Beware the March muse, For Madness ensues
The road to Atlanta is paved with Mylanta,Tarmacked with Maalox and Zantac. ... You, Winthrop, you lose some. ... Cherubim, seraphim, Maryland Terrapins,
Give Lefty a V, a V and...
Two Saturdays ago Lefty Driesell presented the University of Maryland with its greatest basketball victory since, well, he last great one.
Getting right to the point
Though a freshman, Kenny Smith has a finger on Carolina's pulse
Mark Manges, Maryland Quarterback October 4, 1976
He still has Maryland football in his blood, and on fallSaturdays when the Terrapins are playing at Byrd Stadium, youcan find Mark Manges in ...
A Staggering Achievement Steadied down the stretch by the unflappable Juan Dixon, Maryland overcame a multitude of errors to win its first national championship
All night long, as his team bumbled and fumbled with anuncharacteristic lack of poise, Maryland coach Gary Williamsscowled. He stomped.