Jul 19, 2019

Daily Roundup: July 19

Here’s a recap of the latest sports news: The Michigan-Michigan State rivalry is getting the documentary treatment. New Big Ten Network president Francois McGillicuddy announced Thursday a plan to dig into the state’s football and men’s basketball programs with a documentary entitled “Divided We Stand,” The Detroit Free Press reports. After a remarkable run at [...]

Jul 18, 2019

Daily Roundup: July 18

Here’s a recap of the latest sports news: On the field and in the studio, Maryland offensive lineman Marcus Minor is showing his versatility. Stephen Curry has his hands in everything, but he doesn’t do it alone. Jeron Smith and a team of others helped the Warriors’ superstar make it all happen, writes Sports Illustrated’s [...]

Jul 17, 2019

Daily Roundup: July 17

Here’s a recap of the latest sports news: Roy Halladay’s father taught him two things: to pitch, and to fly. One gave Roy Halladay life. The other killed him. Sports Illustrated’s Stephanie Apstein on a father’s grief and a family’s questions. Achieving his lifelong goal, while others are suffering, has led Timberwolves President of Basketball Operations [...]

Povich Center Wraps Up Sixth Annual Summer Camp
Jul 16, 2019

Povich Center Wraps Up Sixth Annual Summer Camp

Fifty-five campers from five different states and Washington, D.C., descended upon the University of Maryland’s Knight Hall July 8-12 for a week packed with expert speakers and valuable hands-on experience.

Jul 16, 2019

Daily Roundup: July 16

Here’s a recap of the latest sports news: The Sporting News’ Mike Decourcy says the NFL’s 18-game schedule proposal — with players forced to sit twice — is a historically terrible idea. Yahoo! Sports’ Pat Forde on how Florida head coach Dan Mullen fine-tuned quarterback Feleipe Franks’ game. MLB is on pace for another strikeout [...]