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Key story highlights: The crisis engulfing Maryland football will cause short-term damage to program finances, experts say. But the biggest driver of program revenue are distributions from the Big Te...

 

The raise comes on the heels of $16 million raised in November.

 

Under Armour Inc. and CEO and founder Kevin Plank are staying quiet while the University of Maryland reels from an ESPN report alleging abusive treatment and intimidation of football players by coachi...

 

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