Nathan Renfro

Maryland Terrapins #18 - Punter

  • Height: 6-1
  • Weight: 205
  • Seasons: JR

Who’s the best punter in Maryland history?

It’s time for another poll, our second of Specialists Week.

Tennessee's not all hype. Far from it.

For the first time in a long time, the Vols have both proven production and raw talent. What can that combo do against a hellacious schedule?

If Edsall survives 2015, Maryland can thrive

Randy Edsall continues to not get fired at Maryland and might have the pieces to make a hell of a run in 2016-18 if he can simply tread water and survive 2015 without major setbacks.

Profiles in Terpage: Nick Rubinowicz


With Renfro's departure, the true freshman looks to lock down the open punting position.

3 predictions for Maryland vs. Penn State


For the first time in 21 years, Maryland will play Penn State. Can the Terps pick up just their second win in the history of this series?

Penn State-Maryland Game Preview


Penn State tries to avoid a four-game drought in a dreaded noon game against Big Ten newbie Maryland.

Healthy Terps are dangerous Terps

In an injury-free utopia, Randy Edsall's Maryland Terrapins could be deep, experienced, and all sorts of athletic in 2014. They'll need to be just that, as their first Big Ten schedule is daunting.

The big Military Bowl breakdown

Even matchup? Check. Two local teams creating a solid bowl atmosphere? Check. Potential for big plays on both sides of the ball? Check. The Military Bowl should be a fun one.

2013 Virginia Football Previews: Maryland


With Maryland leaving the ACC, this could be the last time the Hoos and Terps face each other. Can the Hoos can turn things around this season and pick up their fourth straight win at Byrd Stadium.

Maryland Stock Report: Week Three


With the closing bell just sounding, we take a look at how the stocks are fairing for the Terps.

Maryland forgets 2012 ever happened

No team should have to go through what Maryland went through last year from an injuries standpoint. But through the travails, a ridiculously young Terrapins squad gave reason for hope.