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Roman Stubbs of the Washington Post published a great article on Will Likely's historic game against Richmond on Saturday.

Likely set an all-time Big Ten record with 233 punt return yards against the Spiders but gave credit to his teammates when asked about the performance:

“They did a great job of not letting guys get downfield quickly and giving me a shot. Once I saw grass, I just went.”

The article goes on to highlight Brandon Ross' 150-yard performance, Levern Jacobs' touchdown, and Quinton Jefferson's two sacks.

To check out the article in its entirety, click here.

The Washington Post published a great article on P.J. Gallo's decision to accept a job in New York with Goldman Sachs after interning with the prestigious company over the summer for 10 weeks.

P.J., a junior, sat down with Coach Edsall to talk about his decision to forgo his senior season with the team and begin a career on Wall Street:

“It was actually an easier conversation than I thought it was going to be because [Coach Edsall] was very supportive of it. I made the right decision for myself, for my future."

The article also touched on P.J. Gallo's hard work in the classroom as a Big-Ten all-academic student-athlete as well as Maryland Football's all-time academic successes under Coach Edsall.

To check out the Post's release in its entirety, check out this link.

Congrats, P.J.!

ESPN released its annual All-Big Ten Preseason Team today and included two Terps on the list.

Brad Craddock made the cut at kicker and Will Likely received the nod at kick return (while also being nominated at cornerback).

Craddock will look to repeat as the Lou Groza Award winner while Likely is in contention for the Bednarik, Nagurski, Hornung, and Thorpe Awards this season.

To check out the full breakdown from ESPN, check out their story here

ESPN published a feature on Will Likely and his determination to prove that his small stature doesn't affect his presence or dedication on and off the field. 

"That mentality is what turned Likely from a recruit with a big warning sign plastered over his head into one of the nation's top-playmakers. Likely hasn't grown in size much from high school -- but his confident mind-set hasn't changed either."

Going into his junior season, Likely has been placed on the Bednarik, Nagurski, Hornung, and Thorpe Award watch lists. 

Click here for the full ESPN article.


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