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Maryland Terrapins

MnB staff roundtable: why Michigan is moving in the right direction

Football isn’t what Maryland does

The Michigan Man Podcast Episode 407: Maryland Visitors Edition

The Big Ten Roundtable: Maryland will be a behemoth, but when?

A better Little Brother for Michigan?

Michigan Football vs. Maryland: GameThread

Here we go again. Let’s get a win.

Behind Enemy Lines: Q&A with Testudo Times

In our Q&A, Testudo Times’ Ryan Connors shares whether first-year coach DJ Durkin has exceeded expectations, breaks down the Michigan-Maryland matchup, and predicts whether the Terps can keep the score close on Saturday.

Top 25 Players in the Big Ten, Part 1

Ranking the conference’s best players, starting at No. 25.

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DJ Durkin Talks Jim Harbaugh, Urban Meyer and Maryland in Interview

The former Wolverines defensive coordinator has shot up the coaching ranks and, at 38, holds the top job at a Big Ten school. He talks about working under Jim Harbaugh and Urban Meyer, along with what it will take to win at Maryland in this interview with SI's Pete Thamel.

#6 Maryland 86, Michigan 82: Missed Opportunity

Michigan had a great chance to snag a huge, resume-boosting win in College Park but came up just short in an 86-82 loss at #6 Maryland.

Game Thread: Michigan Basketball at #6 Maryland

Spend your Sunday afternoon with us to talk Michigan basketball as the Wolverines head to College Park to challenge #6 Maryland.

Preview: Michigan Basketball at #6 Maryland

Michigan is right on the bubble as it heads to College Park to face a Maryland team that was just stunned by Minnesota earlier this week.

Five Takeaways: Michigan 70, Maryland 67

Michigan secured the signature win it desperately needed and four other takeaways from Michigan's 70-67 upset of #3 Maryland on Tuesday.

Michigan 70, #3 Maryland 67: The Signature

Michigan would have to take on the #3 Terrapins without its best player, Caris LeVert. It wouldn't matter.

Game Thread: Michigan vs. Maryland

Talk Michigan hoops with us as the Wolverines attempt to take down the third-ranked Terrapins at the Crisler Center on Tuesday night.

Preview: Michigan vs. Maryland

Can Michigan take down #3 Maryland at home with Caris LeVert doubtful to play? We break it down before offering a prediction.

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Beilein "Not Optimistic" that LeVert Will Play vs. Maryland

John Beilein informed the media on Monday afternoon that he's "not optimistic" that Caris LeVert will play against #3 Maryland on Tuesday night. LeVert has missed the last two games with what has been called a "lower left leg" injury that he suffered in the second half against Illinois on December 30th. Beilein added that, though LeVert is experiencing less pain every day, he still didn't practice on Sunday. This is becoming more and more worrisome. LeVert still is in pain two weeks after what appeared to be a slight ankle tweak. That the foot he injured is the one that he has fractured twice in the past two years has to make one wonder just how severe this injury is, particularly since he's now doubtful to participate in what will be Michigan's most important game of the season to date.

Behind Enemy Lines: Q&A with Testudo Times

Testudo Times' Dave Tucker took some time to answer our questions about Maryland before Michigan hosts the Terrapins on Tuesday night.

Tuesday Morning Brews (12/8/15)

Durkin's set up for success at Maryland, but that's bad news for Chris Ash.

Tuesday Morning Brews (11/10/15)

If Michigan does get to the Big Ten Championship, Iowa will be tougher than they look.

Tuesday Morning Brews (10/13/15)

More Big Ten highlights and analysis, while the coaching carousel gets underway.

Film Focus: Michigan's Defense vs. Maryland

After reviewing the Michigan-Maryland film, Drew Hallett finds new ways to write how dominant Michigan's defense has been, finally talks about the linebackers, and discusses the impact of Mario Ojemudia's season-ending injury.

Film Focus: Michigan's Offense vs. Maryland

A review of the Michigan-Maryland film shows that big plays saved Michigan's behind and wonders if Jake Rudock could win Michigan a game when the defense isn't dominant.

What Went Wrong: Maryland

Michigan's offense struggled to string together long drives against the Terps, leading to a disappointing outing for the offense.

Michigan 28, Maryland 0: Winning At All Costs

A dominating job by the defense, great coaching, and some All-American-level play by Butt, Morgan, Lewis and Peppers.

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De'Veon Smith and Channing Stribling Did Not Travel to Maryland

Michigan running back De'Veon Smith and corner Channing Stribling did not make the trip to Maryland for today's game against the Terrapins, according to Michigan's travel roster. The Wolverine's Chris Balas first reported that Smith didn't travel because of his ankle injury, though there had been a positive update from Tim Drevno that Smith would play today. As for Stribling's absence, the media was told that Jim Harbaugh would clarify the reason for that after the game.

Game Thread: Hurricane Michigan is a-comin!

That turtle better run and hide in his shell.

Staff Roundtable: Michigan-Maryland Predictions

Will a deluge from Hurricane Joaquin yield a slopfest in College Park? What does the Michigan defense have in store for the Terrapins? Does Jim Harbaugh know anything about hurricanes? Read on for the Maize n Brew crew's discussion.

Michigan vs. Maryland Game Preview

Key storylines, YOUR score predictions, how to watch and more in our comprehensive Wolverines/Terrapins preview.

Behind Enemy Lines: Q&A with Testudo Times

Before Hurricane Joaquin hits the East Coast, we sat down with Testudo Times' Dave Tucker to ask whether Maryland can rectify its early-season struggles, whether Randy Edsall is on the hot seat, and what the Terrapins must do to upset Michigan.

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S&P+ Projects the Score for Michigan-Maryland

SB Nation's Bill Connelly has released the Week 5 picks and projections by S&P+, which is a computer ratings system that evaluates teams based on play-by-play data and adjusts for opponents. S&P+ gives a Michigan an 86.1-percent chance to beat Maryland and projects Michigan will do so, 34-16. Of course, S&P+ doesn't know that Hurricane Joaquin is on its way.

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Tim Drevno Updates De'Veon Smith's Health Status for Maryland Game

De'Veon Smith injured his ankle during his 125-yard performance against BYU last weekend, so there have been questions about whether Smith would compete against Maryland this Saturday. One day after running back Derrick Green said that Smith was practicing this week, offensive coordinator Tim Drevno confirmed on Wednesday that Smith has been practicing and said that he "really feels good" about Smith playing against the Terrapins, according to the Detroit Free Press' Mark Snyder. It's nice to see that Smith is practicing, but there's no need to rush Smith's return this week. Michigan should be able to run the ball effectively with Ty Isaac, Drake Johnson, and Derrick Green against a so-so Maryland run defense. The goal should be to make sure that Smith is 100 percent for Northwestern and Michigan State.

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Michigan Football 2015: Week Five vs. Maryland

All of Maize n Brew's coverage of this Saturday's Michigan-Maryland contest.

MnB Questions Turtle Power

Dave and Pete from Testudo Times explain the prospects for Maryland's sophomore Big Ten season. Are they going to be good?