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603 highlight videos and 540 full game videos gathered from the internet about the past 4,196 Iowa Hawkeye football (since 1889) and basketball (since 1901) games. We also have profiles for 1221 players and 50 coaches.


9/3/2022 Football vs South Dakota State

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9/10/2022 Football vs Iowa State

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9/17/2022 Football vs Nevada

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Maryland Maryland Terrapins



Dr. H.C. "Curly" Byrd, the former football coach who later became University President, recommended the Diamondback Turtle as Maryland's mascot in 1932 in response to the student newspaper's search for a new mascot. The Terrapins nickname (often shortened to "Terps") is named Testudo, which is Latin for "tortoise." Previously, Maryland teams were known as the "Old Liners" - a reference to the state's nickname, "The Old Line State."

Maryland joined the Big Ten conference in 2014.

Maryland Basketball

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Arena History - Xfinity Center is the indoor arena for the men's and women's basketball teams. Ground was broken in May 2000 and construction was completed in October 2002. Comcast Center was the named when it opened in 2002. In July 2014, it was renamed Xfinity Center after Comcast's cable brand, Xfinity. It replaced Cole Field House as the Terrapins' home court, which had served as the home of Maryland basketball since 1955.

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All-Time Basketball Record Wins Losses Ties Total Games Winning %
Maryland  Maryland 7 7 0 14 50.00%

Maryland Football

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Stadium History - Maryland Stadium was opened in 1950 in order to replace an older, much smaller Old Byrd Stadium. It was named Byrd Stadium until 2015 after Harry "Curley" Byrd, a multi-sport athlete, football coach, and university president. Old Byrd Stadium or Byrd Field was nicknamed "the Byrd Cage", was the home stadium for the University of Maryland from 1923 until 1947.

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All-Time Football Record Wins Losses Ties Total Games Winning %
Maryland  Maryland 3 1 0 4 75.00%

 

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