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Sentinel ColumnistOrlando's Charles Davis was in fine voice Monday night as a Fox-TV analyst for the BCS-sponsored collegiate national championship game. By halftime, he was doing little more than heaping praise on Florida. But no matter the outcome, he could have been...
Sentinel Staff WriterThe city erupted in a thunderclap of elation as herds of revelers from all corners of the University of Florida campus spilled on to the streets to herald in the Gators' first national college football title in 10 years. "One word describes the moment:...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterMy recent trip to Indianapolis seemed nearly flawless — save for the drippy rain, save for the continuously bad directions from the locals. Asking for directions is always a great way to meet new people, not to mention an instant IQ test for a local...
Heroes in a half-shell. Say it slowly. Don't spit it out. Bounce it around your mouth before letting the words roll off your tongue. Something to savor, isn't it? The Maryland Terps were too everything this season. They were too young. Too...
Sun ReporterKristi Toliver - as the kids are apt to say - kept it real. The freshman point guard showed a sense of calm and bravado that eclipsed her age and helped her power the Maryland women's basketball team to a 78-75 overtime win over Duke last night that gave...
Sun ReportersEven if she doesn't coach Maryland to its first women's national championship tonight, Brenda Frese has already made NCAA history. Yesterday's afternoon practice, on the TD Banknorth Garden floor, was open to the media, the first time in the 25-year...
Sun ReporterProtocol typically holds that when the University of Maryland's alma mater is played at the end of a game, the school's athletic teams are to stand and sing, or at least acknowledge the music. As the horn sounded and the Terps reveled in their 81-70...
Sun ReporterBrenda Frese got the ball rolling, and her players added a little push for even more momentum: The Maryland women's basketball team got no respect from the NCAA selection committee. The No. 3 Terps waited 41 minutes into ESPN's NCAA tournament...
Sun StaffThanks to Mel Halpern, we now know the distance from Maryland to the National Hockey League: about 200,000 miles. That's roughly eight times around the Earth, and only 38,000 miles short of the moon. That's how far Mel Halpern, mild-mannered government...
Sun StaffWASHINGTON - The Maryland Terrapins had too much at stake and too many weapons for this confrontation to play out any other way. Start with senior guard Juan Dixon, who gave the home crowd everything it wanted yesterday at MCI Center by scoring a game-...
Sun StaffWASHINGTON - The Maryland Terrapins did not exactly walk all over 16th-seeded Siena from start to finish last night, but the Terps still moved on to their next NCAA tournament test with relative ease. Led by senior guard Juan Dixon, who is now seven...
Sun StaffCLEMSON, S.C. - After playing a near-perfect game while taking Duke apart on Sunday, the Maryland Terrapins needed some time to get warm last night. And once the No. 2 Terps found their stride after a sluggish, uneven first half at Clemson, it was lights...
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