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Past articles by Daniel:

Maryland’s Aaron Wiggins picked No. 55 overall by Oklahoma City Thunder in second round of 2021 NBA draft

With the selection, a Terp has been picked in four straight drafts. Five Maryland players have become draft picks since 2018. → Read More

Eric Ayala, Maryland men’s basketball’s leading scorer, to return for senior season after testing NBA draft waters

Ayala, along with fellow rising senior guard Aaron Wiggins, announced in April his intention to test the NBA draft waters but will now join a Terps team that’s widely expected to be ranked in the Associated Press Top 25 poll at the start of the 2021-22 season. → Read More

Darryl Morsell, the reigning Big Ten Defensive Player of the Year for Maryland men’s basketball, transfers to Marquette

A Baltimore native and Mount Saint Joseph graduate, Morsell played in 126 games and started 108 at Maryland. He averaged 8.7 points and 4.0 rebounds in four seasons at College Park but is best known for his defense, where he often guarded the opposing team’s best perimeter scorer. → Read More

‘It’s a new age’: Supreme Court sides with college athletes in decision that strikes at the NCAA’s definition of amateurism

The Supreme Court decision was narrow in scope but clears the way for approximately 176,000 student-athletes across more than 350 schools to receive benefits such as free laptops, tutoring and post-graduate internships. → Read More

As Lamar Jackson ramps up offseason work, he says he wants to remain with Ravens ‘forever’

"I would love to be here forever," Lamar Jackson said Wednesday. "I love Baltimore. I love the whole organization. I love everybody in the building. Hopefully, we’ll make it happen, pretty soon or whenever.” → Read More

Maryland men’s basketball assistant Bino Ranson leaving for DePaul, per reports

Bino Ranson’s departure leaves Mark Turgeon without an assistant coach with a hometown connection to the Baltimore-DC region, a recruiting area that is vital for the program’s success. → Read More

Army Wife wins 97th Black-Eyed Susan for first graded-stakes victory

This year, the $250,000 Grade II 1 ⅛-mile event for three-year-old fillies was moved back to Preakness Eve after it was run on the undercard in 2020 as a response to the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Ravens 2021 schedule: Ranking the 17 games from hardest (Chiefs) to easiest (Lions)

With the release of the NFL schedule Wednesday night, the Ravens are inching closer to once again filling M&T Bank Stadium and having their fans for a difficult home slate that includes seven opponents who made the playoffs last season. → Read More

Former Ravens wide receiver Jacoby Jones joining Morgan State football as tight ends coach

Jones, famously known in Baltimore for his heroics in the “Mile High Miracle” during the 2012 divisional-round game against the Denver Broncos and an NFL-record-tying 108-yard kickoff return touchdown in Super Bowl XLVII, was with Calvert Hall this past season as its wide receivers coach. → Read More

DeCosta and the Ravens made ‘most of their draft capital’: What they’re saying about Baltimore’s 2021 NFL draft

Here’s what experts from publications around the country are saying about the Ravens’ 2021 draft class. → Read More

5 prospects the Ravens could target on Day 2 of the 2021 NFL draft

The Ravens are set to make their next pick toward the end of the third round but general manager Eric DeCosta is confident the team can find Day 2 contributors after making two picks on the opening night of the NFL draft. → Read More

Maryland men’s basketball coach Mark Turgeon signs three-year contract extension

Maryland men’s basketball coach Mark Turgeon has signed a three-year contract extension through the 2025-26 season, the school announced Wednesday night. → Read More

Mount St. Mary’s men lose 10-point halftime lead in 60-52 defeat to Texas Southern in NCAA tournament First Four

John Walker III scored 19 points to lead Texas Southern, which will face top-seeded Michigan at Mackey Arena in West Lafayette on Saturday. → Read More

What to know about UConn, Maryland’s opponent in the NCAA men’s basketball tournament

The Baltimore Sun spoke with Dom Amore, UConn men's basketball writer for the Hartford Courant, to learn more about Maryland's opponent in the NCAA tournament. → Read More

Maryland men’s basketball gets No. 10 seed in NCAA tournament, will play No. 7 seed UConn

The Terps, seeded No. 10 in the East Region, will play seventh-seeded Connecticut on Saturday. → Read More

3 takeaways after Maryland men’s basketball’s run in Big Ten tournament ends with loss to Michigan

The Terps are expected to make the NCAA tournament for the fifth time in Mark Turgeon’s 10 years at the helm after last season's tournament was canceled because of the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

As NCAA tournament stock drops, Maryland men’s basketball seeks to end five-year drought in Big Ten tournament

Despite the disappointing end to the regular season, the Terps can look forward to a quick chance at redemption in a venue that has foiled Maryland teams in recent years. → Read More

Ravens’ John Harbaugh: Another offseason of virtual OTAs would be ‘colossal mistake’

During a virtual NFL scouting combine news conference Tuesday, the Ravens coach said a decision to conduct organized training activities remotely for a second straight offseason would be a “colossal mistake.” → Read More

Maryland men’s basketball loses 16-point lead in 66-61 defeat to Penn State on Senior Day

The Terps end the regular season on a two-game losing streak and will now play ninth-seeded Michigan State as the eighth seed in the Big Ten tournament. → Read More

Ravens reportedly proposing ‘spot and choose’ rule that could drastically change NFL overtime

Under a reported rule change that will be proposed by the Ravens, teams playing in overtime would not only have the choice of deciding whether to start on offense or defense but where to spot the ball on the opening drive. → Read More