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Edsall announces Diggs, Long to miss Spring; Petty to leave program

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Edsall announces Diggs, Long to miss Spring; Petty to leave program

Posted on 12 February 2014 by WNST Staff

University of Maryland head football coach made a string of announcements about the team’s spring football roster Tuesday via Twitter.


There are no particular surprises in the group. Diggs and Long each broke a leg in the Terrapins’ loss to Wake Forest last season which caused their seasons to be cut short. Edsall recently told WNST’s Glenn Clark neither was at risk to miss the start of the 2014 season.  LB Cudjoe-Virgil (Towson) missed the rest of last season after suffering a torn pec in the team’s win over Virginia.

LB Petty’s transfer comes as a bit of a surprise. The rising junior is best known for having to start four games at quarterback in 2012 after the team lost C.J. Brown, Perry Hills, Devin Burns and Caleb Rowe to season-ending injuries. Petty returned to roles on defense and special teams in 2013, including a start in the Terps’ loss to Clemson.

QB Young had made quite the college tour before arriving in College Park-including stops at Virginia Tech and New Mexico. The Terps have plenty of depth at the position, with Brown being granted an additional year of eligibility after missing the 2012 season. Rowe, Hills, rising redshirt freshman Shane Cockerille (Gilman), rising junior Dustin Dailey and incoming freshman Will Ulmer will be on the roster barring further changes.

Maryland has not yet announced their 2014 Spring football schedule.

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D&L Window Tinting Morning Reaction Tuesday Top 7 Local Sports Figures to Watch in 2014

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D&L Window Tinting Morning Reaction Tuesday Top 7 Local Sports Figures to Watch in 2014

Posted on 07 January 2014 by Luke Jones

In honor of the first Tuesday Top 7 of 2014, Drew Forrester and Luke Jones of The D&L Window Tinting Morning Reaction selected their top seven local sports figures to watch in 2014.

Some of the names are predictable while others may just be establishing themselves on the local sports scene, but each is worth following closely in 2014 for different reasons.

To listen to Jones’ full explanation for his list, click HERE. Forrester’s breakdown of his seven names can be found HERE.

Luke Jones’ Top 7 Local Sports Figures to Watch in 2014 …

7. Towson running back and NFL Draft prospect Terrance West
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Skinny: Not only will the FCS record-breaking back be drafted, but it will be fun to watch his progress and to see how his skills translate to the next level.

6. Maryland wide receiver Stefon Diggs
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Skinny: Questions will linger about the Terps’ ability to compete in the Big Ten, but a breakout 2014 campaign would likely have the offensive playmaker thinking carefully about the NFL.

5. Orioles pitcher Kevin Gausman
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Skinny: Assuming the Orioles’ offseason continues at its current pace, the 23-year-old right-hander’s development will be critical in determining whether the club remains in contention.

4. Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs
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Skinny: The 2011 Defensive Player of the Year may have already played his final game in Baltimore if he’s not willing to adjust his $12.4 million salary cap number for the 2014 season.

3. Orioles third baseman Manny Machado
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Skinny: Coming off knee surgery and entering just his second full season in the majors, the 21-year-old will be counted on to not only be healthy but to take his already-impressive game to the next level.

2. Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco
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Skinny: The spotlight on the Super Bowl XLVII Most Valuable Player will be brighter than ever after a disappointing 2013 season and considering his cap number balloons to $14.8 million in 2014.

1. Orioles manager Buck Showalter
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Skinny: After two poor offseasons in a row, does the Baltimore skipper reach his breaking point with an organization lacking the commitment to build on its recent success?

CONTINUE FOR DREW FORRESTER’S TOP 7 LOCAL SPORTS FIGURES TO WATCH IN 2014 >>>>>

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Maryland WR Diggs, LB Whitfield named to Coaches All-ACC team

Posted on 11 December 2013 by WNST Staff

GREENSBORO, N.C. – Maryland wide receiver Stefon Diggs and linebacker Marcus Whitfield were named to the 2013 All-Atlantic Coast Conference team on Wednesday, as selected by the league’s 14 head coaches.

Both players are honorable mention selections with Diggs (wide receiver) being selected to the team for the second consecutive season despite missing the last half of the campaign with a leg injury. Last season, Diggs was a second-team selection as a specialist in the inaugural coaches’ all-conference team.

Whitfield (linebacker) emerged as one of the top pass rushers in the ACC. The Germantown, Md., native has a team-best 9.0 sacks, which is tied for fifth in the conference, and he is tied for eighth in the ACC with 14.5 TFL. Whitfield has totaled 50 tackles, three passes defensed and two forced fumbles, along with one fumble recovered and a blocked PAT.

Before suffering a season-ending injury against Wake Forest on Oct. 19, Diggs ranked as one of the top wide receivers in the league. Through seven games, Diggs averaged 83.9 receiving yards a game, which would rank fifth in the conference if eligible, and 17.3 yards per catch. He totaled two 100-yard receiving games this season including a career-high 179 yards receiving against Old Dominion (Sept. 7).

Both Diggs and Whitfield were selected by the Atlantic Coast Sports Media Association (ACSMA) as honorable mention members of the ACSMA All-ACC team last week.

Under the auspices of the ACC, the league’s 14 head football coaches voted for an All-ACC football team, as well as Players of the Year, Rookies of the Year and a Coach of the Year award. Coaches were not allowed to vote for their own players and ballots were worth three points for each first-team, two points for second-team and one point for third-team selections.

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Terps Diggs, Farrand, Whitfield named Honorable Mention All-ACC

Posted on 02 December 2013 by WNST Staff

Monday December 2, 2013

Top-ranked Florida State leads with 17 selections; 11 from Duke chosen

GREENSBORO, N.C. (theACC.com) – ACC division winners Florida State and Duke lead the 2013 All-Atlantic Coast Conference Football Team, as announced Monday by the Atlantic Coast Sports Media Association (ACSMA).

The Atlantic Division champion and nationally top-ranked Seminoles placed 17 members on the squad, including seven first-team selections, as voted upon by 65 ACSMA members. Eleven players were selected from Coastal Division champion Duke, including four on the first team. This marks the first year in which a first-, second- and third-team were chosen.

Boston College senior running back Andre Williams, who leads the nation and set an ACC single-season record with 2,102 rushing yards, was the only unanimous selection to the All-ACC Team (named first team on all 65 ballots).

Clemson junior wide receiver Sammy Watkins, whose 1,237 reception yards lead the conference, received 63 first-team votes. Florida State redshirt freshman quarterback Jameis Winston, who ranks first in the nation in passing efficiency (192.6) and leads the ACC in passing yardage (3,490) and touchdown passes (35) was named first team on 61 ballots.

ACC Jacobs Blocking Trophy winner Cameron Erving is among the Florida State contingent earning first-team honors.  A number of players named to the All-ACC team are also finalists for national honors including Florida State’s Winston (Maxwell Award, Manning Award and O’Brien Award), Clemson’s Watkins (Biletnikoff Award),  Boston College’s Williams (Doak Walker Award).

Other national finalists include first-team defensive tackle Aaron Donald of Pitt (Nagurski Award, Lombardi Award, Bednarik Award and Outland Trophy), first-team cornerback Lamarcus Joyner of Florida State (Nagurski Award and Thorpe Award), first-team tight end Eric Ebron of North Carolina and second-team tight end Nick O’Leary of Florida State (Mackey Award), second-team quarterback Tajh Boyd of Clemson (Manning Award and Unitas Award) and second-team placekicker Roberto Aguayo of Florida State (Groza Award).

Duke junior Jamison Crowder, who leads the ACC in receptions with 88 and has returned two punts for touchdowns this season, was the only player selected at multiple positions. Crowder was voted to the first team at wide receiver and to the second team as a specialist.

Boston College’s Williams amassed a team-high 195 points with his unanimous first-team selection (three points for each first-team vote, two points for each second-team vote and one-point for each third-team vote).  Clemson’s Watkins and Florida State’s Winston had 191 points apiece. The closest vote came at the placekicker position, where Boston College’s Nate Freese earned first-team honors with 124 points, one ahead of Florida State’s Aguayo’s 123.

 

2013 All-ACC Football Team
First Team
Offense
QB – Jameis Winston, Florida State, 6-4, 225, Fr.-R, Bessemer, Ala. (191)
RB – Andre Williams, Boston College, 6-0, 220, Sr., Schnecksville, Pa. (195)
RB – Devonta Freeman, Florida State, 5-9, 203, Jr., Miami, Fla. (126)
WR – Sammy Watkins, Clemson, 6-1, 205, Jr., Fort Myers, Fla. (191)
WR – Jamison Crowder, Duke, 5-9, 175, Jr., Monroe, N.C. (172)
WR – Rashad Greene, Florida State, 6-0, 180, Jr., Albany, Ga. (126)
TE – Eric Ebron, North Carolina, 6-4, 245, Jr., Greensboro, N.C. (178)
T- Cameron Erving, Florida State, 6-6, 320, Jr.-R, Moultrie, Ga. (148)
T- James Hurst, North Carolina, 6-7, 305, Sr., Plainfield, Ind. (118)
G- Tre’ Jackson, Florida State, 6-4, 330, Jr., Jesup, Ga., (160)
G-Shaq Mason, Georgia Tech. 6-1. 305, Jr., Columbia, Tenn.  (96)
C- Bryan Stork, Florida State, 6-4, 298, Sr.-R, Vero Beach, Fla. (181)
Defense
DE – Vic Beasley, Clemson, 6-3, 225, Jr-R.., Adairsville, Ga. (161)
DE – Kareem Martin, North Carolina,  6-6, 265, Sr., Roanoke Rapids, N.C. (159)
DT -  Aaron Donald, Pitt, 6-0, 275, Sr., Pittsburgh, Pa. (171)
DT – Nikita Whitlock, Wake Forest, 5-11, 250, Sr.-R, Wylie, Texas (156)
LB – Kelby Brown, Duke, 6-2, 220, Jr.-R, Matthews, N.C. (146)
LB – Denzel Perryman, Miami, 6-0, 236, Jr.,  Coral Gables, Fla. (124)
LB – Kevin Pierre-Louis, Boston College, 6-1, 215, Sr., Norwalk, Conn. (123)
CB – Lamarcus Joyner, Florida State, 5-8, 190, Sr., Fort Lauderdale, Fla. (172)
CB – Ross Cockrell, Duke, 6-0, 180, Sr.-R, Waxhaw, N.C. (145)
S – Anthony Harris, Virginia, 6-1, 185, Jr., Chesterfield, Va. (142)
S – Jeremy Cash, Duke, 6-2, 210, So.-R, Plantation, Fla. (129)
Special Teams
PK – Nate Freese, Boston College, 6-0, 185, Sr., Strongsville, Ohio (124)
P – Pat O’Donnell, Miami, 6-5, 222, Gr., Lake Worth, Fla. (135)
SP – Ryan Switzer, North Carolina, 5-10, 175, Fr., Charleston, W.Va. (155)

Second Team
Offense
QB – Tajh Boyd, Clemson, 6-1, 225, Sr.-R, Hampton, Va. (132)
RB – Kevin Parks, Virginia, 5-8, 205, Jr.-R,  Salisbury, N.C. (117)
RB – Duke Johnson, Miami, 5-9, 194, So., Miami, Fla. (104)
WR – Michael Campanaro, Wake Forest, 5-11, 190, Sr.-R, Clarksville, Md. (102)
WR – Allen Hurns, Miami, 6-3, 195, Sr., Miami, Fla. (102)
WR – Tyler Boyd, Pitt, 6-2, 185, Fr., Alexandria, Va. (100)
TE – Nick O’Leary, Florida State, 6-3, 246, Jr., Palm Beach, Fla. (126)
T- Brandon Thomas, Clemson, 6-3, 305, Gr.-R, Spartanburg, S.C. (104)
T- Matt Patchan, Boston College, 6-6, 304, Sr., Tampa, Fla. (92)
G- Laken Tomlinson, Duke, 6-3, 320, Jr.-R, Chicago, Ill. (90)
G- Brandon Linder, Miami, 6-6, 317, Sr., Southwest Ranches, Fla. (80)
C- Macky MacPherson, Syracuse, 6-2, 280, Sr., Syracuse, N.Y. (61)
Defense
DE – Jeremiah Attaochu, Georgia Tech, 6-3, 242, Sr., Washington, D.C. (121)
DE – Kenny Anunike, Duke, 6-5, 260, Sr.-R, Galena, Ohio (98)
DT – Timmy Jernigan, Florida State, 6-2, 294, Jr., Lake City, Fla. (124)
DT – Derrick Hopkins, Virginia Tech, 6-0, 306, Sr., Highland Springs, Va. (73)
LB – Telvin Smith, Florida State, 6-3, 218, Sr., Valdosta, Ga. (105)
LB – Jack Tyler, Virginia Tech, 6-1, 236, Sr.-R, Oakton, Va. (93)
LB – Christian Jones, Florida State, 6-4, 232, Sr., Winter Park, Fla. (83)
CB – Kendall Fuller, Virginia Tech, 5-11, 180, Fr., Baltimore, Md. (91)
CB – Bashaud Breeland, Clemson, 6-0, 195, Jr.-R, Allendale, S.C. (69)
S – Terrence Brooks, Florida State, 5-11, 200, Sr., Dunnellon, Fla. (97)
S – Tre Boston, North Carolina, 6-1, 205, Sr., Fort Myers, Fla. (86)
Special Teams
PK – Roberto Aguayo, Florida State, 6-1, 208, Fr.-R, Mascotte, Fla. (123)
P – A.J. Hughes, Virginia Tech, 6-1, 190, So., Terre Haute, Ind. (79)
SP – Jamison Crowder, Duke, 5-9, 175, Jr., Monroe, N.C. (80)

Third Team
Offense
QB – Stephen Morris, Miami, 6-2, 214, Sr., Miami, Fla. (24)
RB – Roderick McDowell, Clemson, 5-9, 195, Gr.-R, Sumter, S.C. (85)
RB –Jerome Smith, Syracuse, 6-0, 217, Sr., Bear, Del. (53)
WR – Devin Street, Pitt, 6-4, 190, Sr.-R, Bethlehem, Pa. (80)
WR – Alex Amidon, Boston College, 5-11, 186, Sr., Greenfield, Mass. (70)
WR – Kelvin Benjamin, Florida State, 6-5, 238. So.-R, Belle Glade, Fla. (68)
TE – Braxton Deaver, Duke, 6-5, 240, Jr.-R, Charlotte, N.C. (51)
T- Perry Simmons,  Duke, 6-5, 300, Sr.-R, Raleigh, N.C. (80)
T- Morgan Moses, Virginia, 6-6, 325, Sr., Richmond, Va. (76)
G – Tyler Shatley, Clemson, 6-3, 295, Sr.-R, Icard, S.C. (65)
G- Josue Matias, Florida State, 6-6, 322, Jr. , Union City, N.J. (57)
C- Andy Gallik, Boston College, 6-3, 300, Jr.-R, Evergreen Park, Ill. (52)
Defense
DE – Kasim Edebali, Boston College, 6-2, 258, Sr.-R, Hamburg, Germany (65)
DE – Mario Edwards Jr., Florida State, 6-3, 285, So., Gautier, Miss. (56)
DT – Jay Bromley, Syracuse, 6-4, 293, Sr., Jamaica, N.Y. (68)
DT – Luther Maddy, Virginia Tech, 6-1, 288, Jr., Delray Beach, Fla. (56)
LB – Steele Divitto, Boston College, 6-3, 238, Sr., Ridgefield, Conn. (78)
LB – Stephone Anthony, Clemson, 6-3, 235, Jr., Polkton, N.C. (73)
LB – Spencer Shuey, Clemson, 6-3, 230, Gr.-R, Charlotte, N.C. (57)
CB – Kyle Fuller, Virginia Tech, 6-0, 193, Sr., Baltimore, Md. (58)
CB – Brandon Facyson, Virginia Tech, 6-2, 173, Fr., Newnan, Ga. (53)
S – Durell Eskridge, Syracuse, 6-3, 202, So., Miami, Fla. (53)
S – Nate Andrews, Florida State, 6-0, 208, Fr., Fairhope, Ala. (44)
Special Teams
PK- Chandler Cantnazaro, Clemson 6-2, 195, Gr.-R, Greenville, S.C. (69)
P – Will Monday, Duke, 6-4, 210, So.-R, Flowery Branch, Ga. (73)
SP – DeVon Edwards, Duke, 5-9, 185, Fr.-R, Covington, Ga. (57)

Honorable Mention
(20 or more points)
RB
Robert Godhigh, RB, Georgia Tech (39)
David Sims, RB, Georgia Tech (29)
James Wilder, Jr., RB, Florida State (23)

WR
Kenny Shaw, WR, Florida State (46)
Martavis Bryant, WR, Clemson (34)
Quinshad Davis, WR, North Carolina (33)
Stefon Diggs, WR, Maryland (21)

OT
Seantrel Henderson, OT, Miami (34)
Bobby Hart, OT, Florida State (30)
Sean Hickey, OT, Syracuse (29)
Ian White, OT, Boston College (27)

OG
Andrew Miller, OG, Virginia Tech, (53)
Will Jackson, OG, Georgia Tech, (35)
Matt Rotheram, OG, Pitt (22)
Jon Feliciano, OG, Miami (20)

C
Russell Bodine, C, North Carolina (28)
David Wang, C, Virginia Tech (21)

DE
James Gayle, DE, Virginia Tech (42)

DT
Grady Jarrett, DT, Clemson (39)
Brent Urban, DT, Virginia (21)

LB
Robert Caldwell, LB, NC State (51)
Marcus Whitfield, LB, Maryland (45)
Marquis Spruill, LB, Syracuse (31)
Terrance Smith, LB, Florida State  (26)
Norkeithus Otis, LB, North Carolina (22)
Cole Farrand, LB, Maryland (22)

CB
Tracy Howard, CB, Miami (30)
P.J. Williams, CB, Florida State (25)
Kevin Johnson, CB, Wake Forest (22)
Jabari Price, CB, North Carolina (20)

S
Ray Vinopal, S, Pitt (30)
Jason Hendricks, S, Pitt (29)
Ryan Janvion, S, Wake Forest (28)
Kyshoen Jarrett, S, Virginia Tech (23)
Deon Bush, S, Miami (20)

PK
Niklas Sade, PK, NC State (37)
Ross Martin, PK, Duke (26)

P
Tommy Hibbard, P, North Carolina (26)

SP
Stacy Coley, SP, Miami (22)

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Maryland’s significant injury list continues to mount

Posted on 21 October 2013 by WNST Staff

University of Maryland Football Injury Report

vs. Clemson

Position

Name

Injury

Status

DB Milan Collins Ankle Out for the season
LB Yannik Cudjoe-Virgil Upper Body Out for the season
WR Stefon Diggs Leg Out for the season
OL JaJuan Dulaney Knee Out for the season
WR Deon Long Leg Out for the season
DB Dexter McDougle Shoulder Out for the season
DL Mike Minter Knee Out for the season
DL Kingsley Opara Shoulder Out for the season
DL Ty Tucker Knee Out for the season

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Edsall says injuries to Diggs, Long “unfortunate” for Terps

Posted on 20 October 2013 by WNST Staff

QUOTES – MARYLAND HEAD COACH RANDY EDSALL

Wake Forest 34, Maryland 10

 

Opening statement…

“We didn’t get it done today, as everybody knows. I tried to tell our team that we were going to get their best effort. It was their homecoming, coming off that win (NC State) and plus with our situation in the ACC. But we didn’t come out and match their intensity early on. That’s something that was very disappointing.”

 

On the status of Deon Long and Stefon Diggs…

“It’s not good. Deon broke his tibia and fibula, both bones in the lower leg. He’s got to go home tonight and probably have surgery later tonight when we get home. Stefon fractured his fibula so there will probably be surgery sometime this week for him.”

 

On the reaction to the injuries to Long and Diggs…

“It’s unfortunate. I feel bad for both those guys. We got to make sure we move forward. What has to happen is we have to have guys step up and guys go out there and play with the kind of intensity that you have to play with for 60 minutes. We didn’t get that today. I’ve got to do a better job in making sure they listen to me rather than listen to everyone outside of the program and trying to congratulate them on stuff we haven’t even accomplished yet. That’s something that I tried to work hard on this week and we’ll continue to work on it each and every day through the rest of the season. We’ll get to where we want to go.”

On replacing quarterback C.J. Brown with Caleb Rowe in the second half…
“I just felt that things that I saw, it was the best thing for our team to do to try and move the ball in the second half.”

 

On the play of Caleb Rowe…

“I thought he did some good things and I thought there were some things that he could of done a little bit better. I thought there were some situations there, again, he had to manage, we have 1st-and-10 on the 15 and we got to understand we don’t need a touchdown on the throw. We got to take what the defense gives us and execute. And that’s just something we have to continue to work on and continue to coach.”

 

– Maryland –

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Likely handles all return duties for Terps with Diggs hurt

Posted on 20 October 2013 by WNST Staff

Postgame Notes – Maryland at Wake Forest

Wake Forest 34, Maryland 10

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. –

 

Kicking It Off: Maryland falls to 5-2, 1-2 in the ACC following a 34-10 loss to Wake Forest on Saturday at BB&T Field. The Demon Deacons improved to 4-3, 2-2 in the ACC with the win. Maryland’s series record against Wake Forest falls to 43-18-1 with home team winning the last seven meetings. The Terps have not won in Winston-Salem since 2006.

 

A First for Jacobs: Sophomore wide out Levern Jacobs scored his first career touchdown midway through the second quarter when quarterback Caleb Rowe found Jacobs over the middle for a 56-yard catch-and-run. It was Jacobs’ longest reception of his career and Maryland’s second-longest scoring play of the season. Wide receiver Stefon Diggs’ 66-yard score against FIU (Aug. 31) is the Terps’ longest scoring play on the season. Jacobs finished with three catches for a career-best 78 yards.

 

Craddock Adds Another: Early in the second quarter, place kicker Brad Craddock connected from 23 yards for his ACC-leading 13thfield goal of the season. On the year, Craddock is 13-for-16 with only one miss under 50 yards. Craddock has made at least one field goal in seven of the Terps’ last eight games dating back to last season. His lone miss from under 50 yards this season came in the first quarterSaturday.

 

All-Purpose Diggs: Wide receiver Stefon Diggs finished with 178 all-purpose yards, his third-highest total of the season. Diggs totaled 111 yards on four kick returns and 67 yards receiving. For his career, Diggs now has 2,808 all-purpose yards moving him past Lance Ball (2,788) for 15th all-time at Maryland.

 

Rowe Steps In: Quarterback Caleb Rowe entered the game in the second half and completed 12-for-27 passes for 207 yards and one touchdown. Rowe’s 56-yard touchdown completion to wide receiver Levern Jacobs was his second touchdown pass of the season and the fourth of his career.

 

Likely On Kicks: Defensive back William Likely entered Saturday’s game averaging 28.6 yards per kickoff return, the second-best average in the conference. Likely averaged 30.0 yards on two kickoff returns and also tied his season long in punt returns with a 27-yard return in the fourth quarter.

 

Defensive Notes: Linebacker Marcus Whitfield recorded one sack to up his season total to 6.5 and now has 9.0 tackles for loss this season … defensive back William Likely led the team with eight tackles, five solo … defensive back Sean Davis had seven tackles … defensive back A.J. Hendy totaled six tackles, five solo … linebacker Cole Farrand had five tackles, all solo … linebacker Abner Loganmade is his first career start.

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Maryland tries to get bowl eligible Saturday at Wake Forest

Posted on 18 October 2013 by WNST Staff

COLLEGE PARK, Md. - The Maryland football team looks to earn its second Atlantic Coast Conference victory of the season when the Terps travel to Winston-Salem on Saturday for a 3:32 p.m. kickoff against Wake Forest at BB&T Field. The Terps bounced back from their defeat at Florida State to knock off Virginia, 27-26, on Saturday to improve to 5-1. With wins in five of its first six games, Maryland is off to its best start since the 2001 season, when the Terps won their first seven.

LIVE Coverage on the ESPNU & the Terrapin Sports Radio Network
• Saturday’s game will be broadcast on ESPNU at 3:30 p.m. Anish Shroff (pbp) and Kelly Stouffer (color) will call the action. It can also be heard on the Terrapin Sports Radio Network – Johnny Holliday (pbp), Tim Strachan (color) and Scott McBrien (sideline) have the call. The game can also be heard on Sirius Radio Channel 134 and XM Radio Channel 193, as well as over the internet at www.umterps.com.

First-and-10

• Behind a career-best 332 yards from quarterback Caleb Rowe and a personal-best 169 all-purpose yards from running back Brandon Ross, the Terps totaled 468 yards of total offense. Maryland has gone over 450 yards of total offense in four of six games. Rowe completed 18-of-34 passes for 332 yards, the ninth-best passing performance in the ACC this season, and one touchdown, which gave the Terps the lead with 5:14 remaining in the game. Rowe capped the six-play, 69-yard drive by finding tight end Dave Stinebaugh in the end zone for the senior’s second career touchdown reception. On the game-winning drive, Rowe was 3-of-4 for 80 yards including a 47-yard completion to wide receiver Deon Long on third-and-22 from the Maryland 40-yard line.

• On the ground, Ross totaled 88 yards averaging 6.3 yards per carry and finished with two touchdowns. The sophomore running back also hauled in three passes for a career-best 81 yards including a 77-yard catch-and-run late in the first quarter to set up his first rushing score of the game. The 77-yard reception is the longest pass play for the Terps this season and is tied for the fifth-longest in the ACC. Ross ranks seventh in the ACC in rushing averaging 68.9 yards per game.

• Wide receivers Stefon Diggs and Deon Long combined for 10 of Rowe’s 18 completions. Diggs had a team-high six catches for 96 yards, while Long led the squad with 98 yards receiving on four catches. Diggs and Long have combined for 54 catches this season accounting for 51.9 percent of the Terps’ receptions. Diggs leads the team with 520 yards receiving and is averaging 86.7 yards per game, which ranks eighth in the ACC, with three touchdowns. Long has totaled 446 yards and one touchdown, and is averaging 74.3 yards per game.

• Defensively, the Terps held the Cavaliers to just six points off of three Maryland turnovers and held UVA to four field goals on six trips inside the redzone. After allowing Virginia to convert 45.4 percent (5-for-11) of its third downs in the first half, Maryland turned up the pressure in the second half and held the Cavs to 3-of-9 on third down in the second half.

• ACC Linebacker of the Week L.A. Goree recorded a game-high and career-best 16 tackles on Saturday. The 16 stops is the most by a Terp defender since Demetrius Hartsfield had 18 tackles at NC State on Nov. 26, 2011. Goree also finished with one tackle for loss. After recording a personal-best 10 tackles at Florida State, defensive backAnthony Nixon topped it with 12 tackles, nine solo, and a tackle for loss. Eight different Terps combined for eight tackles for loss led by linebacker Marcus Whitfield’s 1.5 TFL for seven yards. In the secondary, defensive back A.J. Hendy finished career-best two pass breakups.

• On special teams, Brad Craddock added two more field goals (36, 32) to his season total. He is now 12-of-14 on the season. He is averaging 2.00 field goals a game, which is tied for first in the conference and tied for third nationally, and his 85.7 percent conversion rate is tied for fourth in the ACC. Craddock has not missed a field goal attempt under 50 yards.


Quick Hitters

• Offensively, Maryland has shown the propencity to break a big play throughout the season. Against Virginia, the Terps had seven plays of 30 yards or more and have had at least one play of 30 yards or more in every game this season.

• The number of big plays has not been more evident than in the passing game. The Terps are averaging 15.58 yards per reception, a total that ranks ninth nationally. Since the 1980 season, no other Maryland team has averaged more yards per reception.

• Running back Brandon Ross’ 77-yard catch-and-run late in the first quarter on Saturday was the first of Maryland’s seven plays that went 30 or more yards. The reception was a career long for Ross and the Terps’ longest reception of the season. It is also tied for the fifth-longest pass play in the ACC.

• In addition, Ross’ sprint down the sidelines was the longest non-scoring reception by a Maryland player since Scott Milanovich hit Jermaine Lewis for 78 yards at North Carolina on Sept. 11, 1993.

• Ross finished with a career-best 169 all-purpose yards against UVA. The sophomore running back had 88 yards on the ground and 81 yards receiving. Ross is the first Maryland player to finish with 75 or more yards rushing and receiving in a game since LaMont Jordan rushed for 89 yards and had 86 yards receiving in a 17-14 win at Wake Forest on Oct. 9, 1999.

• Despite being ranked 14th in the ACC in redzone defense, the Terps have done a tremendous job of holding opponents to field goals inside the 20-yard line. Of Virginia’s six trips inside the 20 on Saturday, the Terps held the Cavaliers to just two touchdowns. Of the 19 redzone scores given up by Maryland this season, 11 have been touchdowns for a conversion rate of 57.9 percent, which is the second-best precentage in the conference behind Syracuse.

• Additionally, Maryland’s defense has done a great job of minimizing the impact of the Terps’ offensive turnovers. Maryland held Virginia to two field goals on three Terrapin fumbles. On the year, Maryland has only surrendered 33 points on 12 turnovers, a 2.75 points per TO average. In the last four games, the average drops to 1.78 with 16 points off of nine turnovers.

• Quarterback Caleb Rowe stepped in for the injured C.J. Brown and threw for a career-high 332 yards in Saturday’s victory over Virginia. It is the most passing yards by a Maryland quarterback this season and the ninth-best passing performance in the ACC.

• Rowe’s 332-yard performance is the most passing yards by a Terrapin quarterback since Danny O’Brien threw for 348 yards against Miami to open the 2011 season (Sept. 5, 2011).


Maryland Gameday Notes

Scout Team Players of the Week: Each Thursday during the season Edsall will announce the scout team players of the week. This week’s scout team players of the week are quarterback Dustin Dailey (offense), linebacker Jalen Brooks (defense), and linebacker Marc Rodriguez (special teams).

Flag Bearers: Running back Albert Reid will carry the American flag, and linebacker Marcus Whitfield will carry the Maryland flag during Saturday’s introductions.

Game Captains: With the establishment of the leadship council for this season, Edsall will name game captains prior to each contest. The captains for the Wake Forest game are wide receiver Deon Long (offense), linebackerCole Farrand (defense), and place kicker Brad Craddock (special teams).


Maryland-Wake Forest Series History

• Saturday marks the 62nd meeting between the Demon Deacons and the Terps in a series that began in 1917.

• Maryland and Wake Forest have met every year since 1971 with the Terps holding a 43-17-1 advantage all-time. Maryland won last season’s meeting in College Park, 19-14.

• The home team has won the last six meetings in the series. Maryland’s last win in Winston-Salem came in 2005, a 22-12 win.

 

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Ross has big day for Terps in win

Posted on 13 October 2013 by WNST Staff

Postgame Notes – Maryland vs. Virginia

Maryland 27, Virginia 26

COLLEGE PARK, Md. –

 

Kicking It Off: Maryland improved to 5-1 on the season and 1-1 in the ACC with a 27-26 victory over Virginia. The Cavaliers dropped to 2-4 and 0-2 in the conference. Maryland is now 44-32-2 all-time against Virginia and 21-13-2 at home. It is the Terps first home victory over the Cavaliers since 2005.

 

One Man Drive: The Terps went ahead 7-6 on one-yard plunge into the end zone by running back Brandon Ross at the end of the first quarter capping a four-play, 74-yard drive with Ross accounting for all of it. Two plays prior to the touchdown, Ross took a screen pass from quarterback Caleb Rowe and raced 77 yards to the Virginia two-yard line. It was the longest non-scoring reception since Scott Milanovich hit Jermaine Lewis for 78 yards at North Carolina on Sept. 11, 1993, and Maryland’s longest reception of the season. The touchdown was Ross’ third of the season and fourth of his career.

 

All-Purpose Running Back: Of Maryland’s 468 yards of total offense, Brandon Ross accounted for career-best 169. The sophomore running back finished with 88 yards on the ground and a personal-best 81 yards receiving. Following a one-yard score in the first quarter, Ross picked up his second touchdown of game on a toss sweep to the left from seven yards out midway through the second quarter marking the first time in his career he has scored two or more rushing touchdowns in a game. Ross is also the first Maryland running back to score two or more rushing touchdowns this season.

 

Rowe Under Center: Making his first start of the season, quarterback Caleb Rowe threw for a career-high 332 yards and completed 18-of-34 passes and one touchdown. With the Terps’ trailing 26-20 in the fourth quarter, Rowe moved Maryland down the field on a six-play, 69-yard drive and found tight end Dave Stinebaugh in the end zone for a 12-yard score putting Maryland up for good. In the first quarter, Rowe hooked up with a Brandon Ross on a season-long 77-yard screen pass late in the first quarter to set up Maryland’s first touchdown. Rowe’s previous career best was 240 passing yards at Boston College on Oct. 27, 2012.

 

Top Targets: Wide receivers Deon Long and Stefon Diggs both finished just shy of 100 yards receiving. Long led all targets with 98 yards on four catches, while Diggs totaled 96 yards on six catches. Diggs has gone over 90 yards receiving in four of the Terps’ six games this season, while Long has gone over 90 yards receiving in three of six games.

 

Offensive Notes: Tight end Dave Stinebaugh’s lone reception of 12 yards resulted in the go-ahead touchdown with 5:14 remaining in the game … running back Albert Reid rushed for 41 yards on three carries including a career-long 38 yard run … place kicker Brad Craddock connected on both of his field goal attempts (36 yards, 32 yards) and is 12-of-14 on the season.

 

Defensive Notes: Linebacker L.A. Goree totaled a career and team-high 15 tackles, nine solo, and a tackle for loss … Goree’s previous high was 14 coming at North Carolina last season (11/24/12) … after recording a personal-best 10 tackles last week at Florida State, defensive back Anthony Nixon topped it with 12 tackles, nine solo, and a tackle for loss … defensive back Isaac Goins finished with a personal-best nine tackles and had one pass breakup … of the Terps’ eight tackles for loss, linebacker Marcus Whitfield led the way with 1.5 … defensive back A.J. Hendy totaled a career-high two pass breakups.

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Bovada has Ravens’ Super Bowl odds at 33/1, Diggs’ Heisman odds at 75/1

Posted on 19 September 2013 by WNST Staff

Courtesy of Bovada, (www.Bovada.lv,  Twitter: @BovadaLV). Sorry for such a long email, lots of good stuff this week.

 

Odds to win the 2014 Super Bowl XLVIII (Teams in red have longer odds from last week, teams in blue have shorter odds, and teams in black stayed the same)          

                  Week 2             Current

Denver Broncos                        5/1                    4/1

Seattle Seahawks                      8/1                    11/2

San Francisco 49ers                  6/1                    8/1

Green Bay Packers                    14/1                  11/1

New England Patriots                10/1                  11/1

Houston Texans                        12/1                  12/1

New Orleans Saints                   16/1                  16/1

Cincinnati Bengals                     22/1                  18/1

Atlanta Falcons                         20/1                  20/1     

Chicago Bears                          22/1                  20/1

Baltimore Ravens                      33/1                  33/1

Dallas Cowboys                        22/1                  33/1

Kansas City Chiefs                    40/1                  33/1

Miami Dolphins                         40/1                  33/1     

Philadelphia Eagles                   28/1                  33/1

New York Giants                       33/1                  40/1

Detroit Lions                             33/1                  50/1     

Indianapolis Colts                      40/1                  45/1

San Diego Chargers                  100/1                66/1

St. Louis Rams                         40/1                  66/1

Washington Redskins                40/1                  66/1

Pittsburgh Steelers                    50/1                  75/1

Arizona Cardinals                      150/1                100/1

Buffalo Bills                              125/1                100/1   

Carolina Panthers                      66/1                  100/1

Tennessee Titans                       100/1                100/1

Minnesota Vikings                     66/1                  150/1

New York Jets                           100/1                150/1

Tampa Bay Buccaneers             75/1                  150/1

Cleveland Browns                      150/1                250/1

Oakland Raiders                        300/1                250/1

Jacksonville Jaguars                 500/1                1000/1

 

SUPER BOWL XLVIII – Early Line        

AFC      +1

NFC      -1

     

Odds to win the 2014 AFC Conference 

Denver Broncos                        8/5

New England Patriots                17/4

Houston Texans                        6/1

Cincinnati Bengals                     8/1

Kansas City Chiefs                    12/1

Baltimore Ravens                      16/1

Miami Dolphins                         16/1     

Indianapolis Colts                      20/1

San Diego Chargers                  25/1

Pittsburgh Steelers                    33/1

Buffalo Bills                              50/1     

Tennessee Titans                       50/1

New York Jets                           66/1

Cleveland Browns                      125/1

Oakland Raiders                        125/1

Jacksonville Jaguars                 500/1

 

Odds to win the 2014 NFC Conference 

Seattle Seahawks                      11/4

San Francisco 49ers                  4/1

Green Bay Packers                    11/2

New Orleans Saints                   17/2

Chicago Bears                          10/1

Atlanta Falcons                         11/1     

Dallas Cowboys                        18/1

Philadelphia Eagles                   18/1

New York Giants                       20/1

Detroit Lions                             25/1     

St. Louis Rams                         33/1

Washington Redskins                33/1

Carolina Panthers                      40/1

Arizona Cardinals                      50/1

Minnesota Vikings                     66/1

Tampa Bay Buccaneers             66/1

Team/Coach Props

NFL WEEK 3 SPECIALS – How many 0-2 teams will make the playoffs? (Note: There are currently 8 teams at 0-2)  

Over/Under                   1

 

NFL WEEK 3 SPECIALS – How many 2-0 teams will make the playoffs? (Note: There are currently 8 teams at 2-0)                  

Over/Under                   5½

 

NFL WEEK 3 SPECIALS – How many games will be decided by 7 points or less Week 3? (Note: Through two weeks there has been an NFL record 22 games decided by a TD or less)      

Over/Under                   9

 

NFL WEEK 3 SPECIALS – Will there be a picture or video shown of Andy Reid as the Eagles Head Coach during the live broadcast?      

Yes                  -500

No                    +300

  • From kickoff to final whistle.  Halftime does not count towards number

 

NFL WEEK 3 SPECIALS – How many offensive yards will the Chiefs record on the Eagles?    

Over/Under                   350½

 

NFL WEEK 3 SPECIALS – Will the Jaguars score an offensive TD vs. the Seahawks?  

Yes                  -125      (4/5)

No                    EVEN   (1/1)

 

NFL WEEK 3 SPECIALS – Will the Seahawks lose a home game in the 2013 Regular Season?

Yes                  -200     (1/2)

No                    +150     (3/2)

 

NFL WEEK 3 SPECIALS – How many games will the Broncos score 40 or more points in the 2013 Regular Season? (Note: The Broncos have two so far this season and had zero last year. GB and NO did it 6 teams in 2011, NE did it five times in 2012 as did Indy in 2004, and the 2007 Pats did it 4 times)       

Over/Under                   5

 

NFL WEEK 3 SPECIALS – How many penalties will the Bucs record vs. the Patriots? (Note: The Bucs have 23 penalties in two games)    

Over/Under                   7

 

NFL WEEK 3 SPECIALS – Will Ron Rivera be fired before Week 17?

Yes                  EVEN   (1/1)

No                    -140      (5/7)

 

Player Props

NFL WEEK 3 SPECIALS – Trent Richardson – Total Rushing Yards as a member of the Colts in the 2013 Regular Season?  

Over/Under                      950½

 

NFL WEEK 3 SPECIALS – Trent Richardson – Total Touchdowns as a member of the Colts in the 2013 Regular Season?      

Over/Under                    7

 

NFL WEEK 3 SPECIALS – Will Josh Freeman be a member of the Bucs for game 1 of the 2014 Regular Season?    

Yes                  +150    (3/2)

No                     -200   (1/2)

 

NFL WEEK 3 SPECIALS – Tom Brady – Completion % Week 3 vs Tampa Bay  

Over/Under                   60%

 

NFL WEEK 3 SPECIALS – Eli Manning – Total Interceptions in the 2013 Regular Season         

Over/Under                   20½

 

NFL WEEK 3 SPECIALS – Will any player record 5 or more sacks in a single game during the 2013 Regular Season?(Note: Mario Williams had 4.5 last week for the Bills)               

Yes                  +250     (5/2)

No                    -400     (1/4)

 

NFL WEEK 3 SPECIALS – Will Robert Griffin III be benched during a game that he starts?     

Yes                  +200     (2/1)

No                    -300     (1/3)

 

NFL WEEK 3 SPECIALS – Will Tim Tebow be signed by the Jaguars before Week 17?

Yes                  +250     (5/2)

No                    -400     (1/4)

 

Divisional Odds

Odds to win the 2014 AFC East Division          

New England Patriots                1/3

Miami Dolphins                         11/4

Buffalo Bills                              12/1     

New York Jets                           16/1

 

Odds to win the 2014 AFC North Division        

Cincinnati Bengals                     5/6

Baltimore Ravens                      7/4

Pittsburgh Steelers                    11/2

Cleveland Browns                      14/1

 

Odds to win the 2014 AFC South Division       

Houston Texans                        3/10

Indianapolis Colts                      13/4

Tennessee Titans                       6/1

Jacksonville Jaguars                 100/1

 

Odds to win the 2014 AFC West Division

Denver Broncos                        1/5

Kansas City Chiefs                    15/4

San Diego Chargers                  9/1

Oakland Raiders                        40/1

 

Odds to win the 2014 NFC East Division

Dallas Cowboys                        7/4

Philadelphia Eagles                   2/1

New York Giants                       3/1

Washington Redskins                4/1

 

Odds to win the 2014 NFC North Division        

Green Bay Packers                    2/3

Chicago Bears                          7/4

Detroit Lions                             13/2     

Minnesota Vikings                     18/1

Odds to win the 2014 NFC South Division       

New Orleans Saints                   1/1

Atlanta Falcons                         6/5       

Carolina Panthers                      8/1

Tampa Bay Buccaneers             12/1

 

Odds to win the 2014 NFC West Division         

Seattle Seahawks                      2/3

San Francisco 49ers                  7/5

St. Louis Rams                         9/1

Arizona Cardinals                      25/1

 

 

Odds to win the 2013-2014 Heisman Trophy

Marcus Mariota (QB Oregon)                              9/2 

Johnny Manziel (QB Texas A&M)                        5/1

A.J. McCarron (QB Alabama)                             13/2

Teddy Bridgewater (QB Louisville)                      13/2 

Jameis Winston (QB Florida State)                     9/1

Tajh Boyd (QB Clemson)                                   10/1 

Braxton Miller (QB Ohio State)                           12/1 

De’Anthony Thomas (RB Oregon)                       141

T.J. Yeldon (RB Alabama)                                  16/1 

Aaron Murray (QB Georgia)                                18/1 

Brett Hundley (QB UCLA)                                   18/1 

Todd Gurley (RB Georgia)                                  20/1 

Jadeveon Clowney (DE South Carolina)              25/1

Lache Seastrunk (RB Baylor)                              25/1

Devin Gardner (QB Michigan)                             33/1 

Kevin Hogan (QB Stanford)                               33/1 

Ka’Deem Carey (RB Arizona)                              40/1

Duke Johnson (RB Miami)                                 50/1 

Jordan Lynch (QB Northern Illinois)                     50/1

Stephen Morris (QB Miami)                                66/1 

Stefon Diggs (WR Maryland)                             75/1

Sammy Watkins (WR Clemson)                          100/1 

Taylor Martinez (QB Nebraska)                           100/1

Marquis Lee (WR USC)                                      150/1

 

Odds to win the 2013-2014 BCS National Championship

Alabama                       2/1

Oregon                         4/1

Ohio State                    13/2

Clemson                       12/1

Florida State                 12/1

LSU                              14/1 

Stanford                       14/1

Michigan                       16/1

Oklahoma State            16/1

Miami                           20/1 

Georgia                        22/1

Louisville                      25/1 

UCLA                            28/1 

Oklahoma                     40/1

Arizona State                66/1

Washington                   66/1

Mississippi                   75/1

South Carolina              75/1

Florida                          100/1 

Northwestern                 100/1

Texas A&M                   100/1

Auburn                          150/1 

Georgia Tech                150/1

Arizona                         300/1 

Arkansas                      300/1

Michigan State              300/1

Missouri                        300/1 

Notre Dame                  300/1

Wisconsin                     300/1

USC                             500/1 

Virginia Tech                 500/1

 

 

Odds to win the 2013 World Series      

Los Angeles Dodgers                15/4

Boston Red Sox                       9/2

Detroit Tigers                            5/1

Atlanta Braves                           8/1

Oakland Athletics                      9/1

St. Louis Cardinals                    10/1

Pittsburgh Pirates                      11/1

Cincinnati Reds                         14/1

Cleveland Indians                      20/1

Tampa Bay Rays                       20/1

Texas Rangers                          20/1

Baltimore Orioles                       28/1

Washington Nationals                33/1

New York Yankees                    40/1

Kansas City Royals                   50/1

 

Odds to win the 2013 AL Pennant        

Boston Red Sox                       2/1

Detroit Tigers                            5/2

Oakland Athletics                      9/2

Tampa Bay Rays                       10/1

Texas Rangers                          10/1

Cleveland Indians                      12/1

Baltimore Orioles                       14/1

New York Yankees                    18/1

Kansas City Royals                   25/1

 

Odds to win the 2013 NL Pennant        

Los Angeles Dodgers                7/5

Atlanta Braves                           13/4

St. Louis Cardinals                    9/2

Pittsburgh Pirates                      5/1

Cincinnati Reds                         13/2

Washington Nationals                20/1

 

Odds to Win the 2013 NL Central         

St. Louis Cardinals                    2/3

Pittsburgh Pirates                      9/4

Cincinnati Reds                         3/1

 

SPECIALS – Will the Baltimore Orioles make the Playoffs?     

Yes                  +300     (3/1)

No                    -400     (1/4)

 

SPECIALS – Will the Cleveland Indians make the Playoffs?

Yes                  EVEN   (1/1)

No                    -130     (10/13)

 

SPECIALS – Will the Kansas City Royals make the Playoffs?   

Yes                  +1000   (10/1)

No                    -2000   (1/20)

 

SPECIALS – Will the New York Yankees make the Playoffs?    

Yes                  +700     (7/1)

No                    -1400    (1/14)

 

SPECIALS – Will the Tampa Bay Rays make the Playoffs?       

Yes                  -150     (2/3)

No                    +110     (11/10)

 

SPECIALS – Will the Texas Rangers make the Playoffs?          

Yes                  -200     (1/2)

No                    +150     (3/2)

 

SPECIALS – Who will lead the AL in RBI’s in 2013 Regular Season?   

Miguel Cabrera (DET)                -130      (10/13)

Chris Davis (BAL)                      EVEN   (1/1)

 

SPECIALS – Who will lead the NL in HR’s in 2013 Regular Season?

Paul Goldschmidt (ARI)             2/3

Pedro Alvarez (PIT)                    3/2

Jay Bruce (CIN)                         9/1

 

 

 

Anaheim Ducks

 

Regular Season Points

 

Ryan Getzlaf

Over/Under                   80.5

 

Corey Perry

Over/Under                   65.5

 

Teemu Selanne

Over/Under                   43.5

 

Regular Season Goals

 

Corey Perry

Over/Under                   32.5

 

Boston Bruins

 

Regular Season Points

 

Jarome Iginla

Over/Under                   65.5

 

David Krejci

Over/Under                   64.5

 

Loui Eriksson

Over/Under                   62.5

 

Patrice Bergeron

Over/Under                   60.5

 

Milan Lucic

Over/Under                   54.5

 

Buffalo Sabres

 

Regular Season Points

 

Thomas Vanek

Over/Under                   69.5

 

Cody Hodgson

Over/Under                   57.5

 

Tyler Ennis

Over/Under                   51.5

 

Calgary Flames

 

Regular Season Points

 

Mike Cammalleri

Over/Under                   53.5

 

Jiri Hudler

Over/Under                   48.5

 

Curtis Glencross

Over/Under                   44.5

 

Lee Stempniak

Over/Under                   44.5

 

Sven Baertschi

Over/Under                   41.5

 

Carolina Hurricanes

 

Regular Season Points

 

Eric Staal

Over/Under                   82.5

 

Alexander Semin

Over/Under                   69.5

 

Jordan Staal

Over/Under                   55.5

 

Chicago Blackhawks

 

Regular Season Points

 

Patrick Kane

Over/Under                   81.5

 

Jonathan Toews

Over/Under                   74.5

 

Patrick Sharp

Over/Under                   60.5

 

Regular Season Goals

 

Jonathan Toews

Over/Under                   33.5

 

Colorado Avalanche

 

Regular Season Points

 

Matt Duchene

Over/Under                   70.5

 

PA Parenteau

Over/Under                   65.5

 

Gabriel Landeskog

Over/Under                   55.5

 

Columbus Blue Jackets

 

Regular Season Points

 

Marian Gaborik

Over/Under                   59.5

 

Brandon Dubinsky

Over/Under                   47.5

 

R.J. Umberger

Over/Under                   37.5

 

Dallas Stars

 

Regular Season Points

 

Tyler Seguin

Over/Under                   67.5

 

Jamie Benn

Over/Under                   67.5

 

Ray Whitney

Over/Under                   54.5

 

Detroit Red Wings

 

Regular Season Points

 

Pavel Datsyuk

Over/Under                   80.5

 

Henrik Zetterberg

Over/Under                   79.5

 

Daniel Alfredsson

Over/Under                   48.5

 

Edmonton Oilers

 

Regular Season Points

 

Taylor Hall

Over/Under                   74.5

 

Jordan Eberle

Over/Under                   67.5

 

Nail Yakupov

Over/Under                   58.5

 

Sam Gagner

Over/Under                   54.5

 

David Perron

Over/Under                   48.5

 

Regular Season Goals

 

Taylor Hall

Over/Under                   30.5

 

Florida Panthers

 

Regular Season Points

 

Jonathan Huberdeau

Over/Under                   61.5

 

Tomas Fleischmann

Over/Under                   57.5

 

Brian Campbell

Over/Under                   42.5

 

Los Angeles Kings

 

Regular Season Points

 

Anze Kopitar

Over/Under                   77.5

 

Justin Williams

Over/Under                   56.5

 

Jeff Carter

Over/Under                   53.5

 

Minnesota Wild

 

Regular Season Points

 

Zach Parise

Over/Under                   69.5

 

Mikko Koivu

Over/Under                   63.5

 

Jason Pominville

Over/Under                   62.5

 

Montreal Canadiens

 

Regular Season Points

 

Max Pacioretty

Over/Under                   63.5

 

Tomas Plekanec

Over/Under                   58.5

 

P.K. Subban

Over/Under                   56.5

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