Patrick Donohue

  • joined Jan 17, 2014
  • last login Jul 10, 2014
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I'm originally from Philadelphia, so naturally my allegiance is to Philly everything. I received my undergraduate degree in communications media from Indiana University of Pennsylvania -- or IUP, as it often is referred to. And I am currently a journalism graduate student at the University of Maryland. I've interned at CBS's WIP sports talk radio in Philadelphia and USA TODAY Sports and continue to freelance write for various publications. I'm a fantasy sports junkie, a pick-up ball legend, and I secretly want to quit everything and become a professional angler. Well, I guess the secret's out now. Bassmaster Classic here I come!

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  • NCAAF Maryland Terrapins
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  • NHL Philadelphia Flyers
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  • Boxing GOAT: Muhammad Ali
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User Blog

Diggs makes Maxwell and Hornung watch lists, again


The electrifying Stefon Diggs represents Maryland and the B1G on two of college football's most prestigious award watch lists. Expectations are high for the Terps' most explosive playmaker.

Know your B1G foe: Iowa


Learn what the Hawkeyes have to offer in B1G athletics.

McDonogh OL puts Terps at top of list after visit


Three-star Ellis McKennie took a visit to College Park earlier this month and liked what he saw and heard. He liked it enough to put Maryland at the top of his list of schools that he is interested in attending in 2015.

McCardell using Texas ties to lure in talent


Keenan McCardell's former NFL teammate with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Jameel Cook has two sons that are being looked at by the Terps for their 2015 class. And McCardell is doing all that he can to bring some of that Texas-sized talent to the Terps.

Battle of the Beltway flourishes at Comcast Center


This was the first year that Torrey Smith teamed up with Ryan Kerrigan to bring fans the Battle of the Beltway at Comcast Center. All proceeds benefited their individual foundations.

Jalen Christian can relate to staying local


The decision of representing his home school or moving elsewhere to play football is something that is not new to Jalen Christian. The four-star athlete can play football almost anywhere, but likes the idea of staying at home.

'No question' that Terps will be in OLB's top five


Woodrow Wilson High School outside linebacker Kareem McDonald is still awaiting an offer from Maryland, but said once it comes that the Terps with undoubtedly be in his top five.

How to watch Thursday's NCAA games/open thread


Follow your bracket this year in multiple ways. Whether it be on your computer, phone, or TV, don't miss a second of this year's action. And it all starts Thursday.

BREAKING: Fla RB Sands says he will commit to MD


The running back from one of the top high school football programs in the country -- St.Thomas Aquinas (Fla.) -- said he wants to play in the Big Ten and receive a lot of carries early.

Terps look to beat Duke, claim poll's top spot


Maryland can kill two birds with one stone this Saturday on Capital One Field in Byrd Stadium. They can defeat Duke, which is always like striking gold in College Park, and they can become the No. 1-ranked team in the national polls in the process.

Terps among potential options for VA safety Dorsey


Rimoni Dorsey has the eyes of a lot of top football programs on him. But despite not having much recent contact with the Terps, Dorsey still has Maryland on his list of schools he might like to attend in 2015.

Rashad Blunt has Terps 'definitely on top'


It may be early, but wide receiving recruit Rashad Blunt says that Maryland is at the top of his short lists of schools. The Florida native out of Creekside High School will visit College Park for the first time during Junior Day on Saturday.

Manager honors Zach Lederer with mural


Maryland basketball manager Evan Lipinkski used his artistic talents to paint a mural in the manager's locker room of Comcast Center so that anyone who sees it can remember his friend Zach Lederer and his fight against brain cancer.

Maryland-Duke WBB viewing guide


This game has all the makings of a classic rivalry game. With similar rankings and records, mixed in with a whole lot of history and hatred, these two teams will try and make their lasting marks on each other before Maryland leaves the ACC.

How to watch the Terp's last ACC trip to JPJ Arena


Maryland started to look like the team that many thought they would be against Florida State on Saturday. They will need to play even better to compete with a Virginia squad that has won its last seven games and is 10-1 in the ACC so far.

How to watch the Terps seek revenge against FSU


Maryland suffered a 24-point drubbing by Florida State once already this season. They hope to have different results this time around, when they play on their home court in College Park on Saturday afternoon.

Josh Woods signs with Maryland


If the 6-feet-3, 180-pound Josh Woods' game is as big as his frame, then the Terps just added a gem to their secondary for 2014. Maryland got itself a versatile athlete that can potentially help on more than just the defensive side of the ball.

Daniel Ezeagwu signs LOI to become Terp


Virginia's recruiting and wanting to play with his twin brother couldn't stop Colonial Forge cornerback Daniel Ezeagwu from joining Maryland's 2014 recruiting class. He's big, fast, athletic, and should make a big impact on the secondary.

How to watch Maryland Men's basketball take on VT


If Maryland fans think their team is under performing this year, then they should talk to some Va. Tech fans to feel better. Find out how to watch the Terps try to keep their ACC momentum rolling, as they travel to Blacksburg to take on the Hokies.

Jared Cohen commits to North Carolina


For a while now, we thought he was staying home and playing from the Terps. But after decommitting in December, because of what most thought was a desire to play for Penn State, Jared Cohen has thrown a curveball and has committed to North Carolina.

St. Frances Academy OLB Egbuaba commits to Terps


Nnamdi Egbuaba was born in Africa but aspires to fulfill an American dream. Earning himself looks from multiple D-I schools, Egbuaba has committed to take his talents to College Park to play football for Randy Edsall's defense.

Maryland vs. Pittsburgh viewing guide


Game time, TV schedule, live radio streaming, odds and more, for your chance to see the Terps get revenge over the Pitt Panthers.

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