Maryland Terrapins Basketball Tickets

EventDateCity and Venue
Maryland Terrapins vs. Minnesota Golden Gophers [WOMEN] Maryland Terrapins Thu. February 21, 2019
College Park, MD - Xfinity Center - College Park
Maryland Terrapins vs. Ohio State Buckeyes Maryland Terrapins Sat. February 23, 2019
College Park, MD - Xfinity Center - College Park
Purdue Boilermakers vs. Maryland Terrapins [WOMEN] Purdue Boilermakers Mon. February 25, 2019
West Lafayette, IN - Mackey Arena
Penn State Nittany Lions vs. Maryland Terrapins Penn State Nittany Lions Wed. February 27, 2019
University Park, PA - Bryce Jordan Center
Maryland Terrapins vs. Illinois Fighting Illini [WOMEN] Maryland Terrapins Sat. March 2, 2019
College Park, MD - Xfinity Center - College Park
Maryland Terrapins vs. Michigan Wolverines Maryland Terrapins Sun. March 3, 2019
College Park, MD - Xfinity Center - College Park
Maryland Terrapins vs. Minnesota Golden Gophers Maryland Terrapins Fri. March 8, 2019
College Park, MD - Xfinity Center - College Park

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About The Maryland Terrapins

Len Bias was a basketball star for the University of Maryland. He died on June 19, 1986 after using cocaine. His death was so shocking that it adversely affected the school’s football team.

In 1985, the Maryland football team amassed a 9-3 record and defeated Syracuse in the Cherry Bowl. They finished the season ranked 18th. In 1986, Maryland went 2-3-1 in the ACC and 5-5-1 overall. The program’s head coach, Bobby Ross, resigned at the end of the season due to fallout from Bias’ tragic death. What followed was a 14-year fallow period for the football program. From 1987 to 2000, the program had two winning seasons and one bowl appearance (which ended in tie).

In 2001, the Maryland Terrapins hired Ralph Friedgen, a man the university had twice denied to interview for the job. Friedgen was a former Terrapin player and coached under Bobby Ross. He was also regarded as an offensive genius.

In his first year, Friedgen led the Terrapins to an ACC Championship, a 10-2 record, and a chance to play in the Orange Bowl. In 2002, Maryland went to the Gator Bowl and won. They team enjoyed a similar result in 2003 when they played in the Peach Bowl.

Friedgen was fired in 2010. While he was never able to coach Maryland to another ACC Championship he did get them to four more bowl games.

The Maryland Terrapins were members of ACC from 1953 to 2013. Before the 2014 season, the Terrapins moved to the Big Ten. Their home stadium is Capital One Field at Byrd Stadium in College Park, Maryland. The Terps are the only major college football team in the Washington D.C.-Baltimore area.

Maryland’s major rivals are the Virginia Cavaliers, West Virginia Mountaineers, Navy Midshipmen, and Penn State Nittany Lions.

Famous former Terrapins include Randy White, Boomer Esiason, Shawne Merriman, Stan Jones, and Vernon Davis.

Maryland’s football program began in 1892. They received their nickname in 1933—the terrapin is a turtle native to Maryland. The team’s mascot is called “Testudo,” which is Latin for “turtle” as well as a defensive military tactic.

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