Ryan Doyle

Maryland Terrapins #55 - Offensive Linesman

  • Height: 6-4
  • Weight: 300
  • Seasons: JR

What Position Should and What Position Will the Chargers Take in the First Round?

The BFTB staff participates in a roundtable discussion about the Chargers’ first-round selection.

Can DJ Durkin awaken the sleeping Maryland giant?

Maryland has long been considered a sleeping football giant. The Terps' new head coach is trying to wake it up.

Week 4 college football prospect watch

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Niners Nation's Greg Valerio and Jake Narayan highlight and profile the 2016 NFL draft-eligible prospects for Saturday's slate of college football games for Week 4.

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.

Bueller?...Bueller? Lots of emptiness for Maryland

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Headlined by Stefon Diggs and C.J. Brown, the Terrapins have to replace several players in 2015.

The Film Room: Ellis McKennie

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The 2015 recruiting class is picking up steam, especially on the OL where the Terps have added an exciting young inside prospect from McDonogh

2013 Virginia Football Previews: Maryland

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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.

Practice Notes 8.19 - 3 Starters Named, QBs battle

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Notes from yesterday's open practice.

Three Starters Named in Maryland Camp

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Starters at safety, right guard and right tackle have been named this week.

Practice Notes: Position Changes and Battles

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After an inconsistent offensive performance on Tuesday, Maryland put it back together, thanks to the return of their starting quarterback.

Position Battles Unresolved in Maryland Camp

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Two starting positions and a whole host of back-ups are still in limbo.

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.