The drama continues between the ACC and Maryland as the Big Ten-bound school tries to move on. According to College Football Talk, the two have agreed to mediation, which could be a sign of settlement. The Washington Post was
“Breaking news” reports, or pranks I should say, started early this morning. While you were driving to work, the Testudo Times “broke the news” that Maryland will leave the Big Ten for the SEC. They even included fake quotes
The 9th ranked Florida State Seminoles are still fighting for an at-large bid and today they face No. 8 Maryland at 12:00 p.m. Rise and Shine #Noles fans. It’s Gameday from the #ACCTourney Tip off at 12 noon vs Maryland
Behind the right arm of Mike Compton, second-ranked Florida State (12-2, 2-1) shut out Maryland (9-4, 1-2) Sunday afternoon, 7-0, to take the weekend series from the Terrapins on Mike Martin Field inside Dick Howser Stadium. “First complete game
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Second-ranked Florida State (10-1) begins its campaign for an eighth straight ACC Atlantic Division title this weekend when the Seminoles open league play on Mike Martin Field inside Dick Howser Stadium against Maryland. The three-game series
A North Carolina court ruling could result in Maryland having to pay the full $52 million fee for leaving the ACC to join the Big Ten.
Maryland head coach Randy Edsall pleaded for a penalty when quarterback C.J. Brown took a vicious hit from two Florida State defenders, linebacker Christian Jones and defensive lineman Jacobbi McDaniel, in the first half of the Terps 63-0 loss
Crab Cakes and Football come to Tallahassee for the final time on Saturday...
Earlier this morning on SportstalkFlorida Mornings, Eric Lopez talked to SportsTalkFlorida FSU Insider David Botello to preview the Noles upcoming game versus the Maryland Terrapins. Why you should listen : David Botello recaps the FSU and Boston College game from
FSU Beat Writer Brendan Sonnone of The Orlando Sentinel gives us his thoughts on the 'Noles