Sometimes, athletes have to take photos in their uniforms for promotional reasons, but because they're not actually playing anything they just wear normal underwear and then walk into a room and stand in front of a camera and go about their days. Sometimes, because of this, you can see their dicks.
"Crab boils date back centuries on the Chesapeake Bay," write the people who are selling "crab boil" events—for $67—in New York City. These people are frauds and liars, selling ersatz "authenticity," pretentious unpretentiousness, a twee New York fabrication that has nothing to do with the tradition it wishes to evoke.
The osprey, Pandion haliaetus, is a bird of character. The ancient poets knew this, and the Maryland Transportation Authority is discovering it the hard way. Last week, a pair of ospreys decided to build their nest on a platform overlooking the approach to the Chesapeake Bay Bridge, where the MDTA keeps a traffic…
One FedEx delivery man in Maryland could dish out packages like Rajon Rondo assists, but for his creativity, he no longer has a job.
This is from Friday night and, yes, a 107-yard interception return means the Maryland-bound Johnny Thomas was seven yards deep in the end zone when opted to run it back rather than take a knee. Several amazing things have to happen for that to turn into a 107-yard touchdown.
Pat Forde and ESPN are reporting that serious talks are afoot to fold Maryland and Rutgers into the Big Ten. Not only would that create a 14-member conference that'd surely be the biggest Ten in the world, it would reopen the scabby wound of major conference realignment. The ACC, the Terps' current home, would be…
Maryland's men's basketball coach, Gary Williams, will forever remember this day as the day Gus Johnson ruined his retirement party. Williams coached the Terps for 22 years and won a national title in 2002. Now he's the guy that retired the day Gus got the boot (and other things, though). [ESPN, Maryland Athletics]