Diggs, Hills lead Maryland past Virginia 27-20

Diggs, Hills lead Maryland past Virginia 27-20

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (AP) Stefon Diggs returned the opening kickoff 100 yards, and Perry Hills threw for one touchdown and ran for another as Maryland defeated Virginia 27-20 in Atlantic Coast Conference action on Saturday.

The kickoff return started a horrendous first quarter for Virginia (2-5, 0-3), which has now lost five in a row. A 20-yard touchdown pass from Hills to Justus Pickett put Maryland (4-2, 2-0) up 14-0 less than five minutes into the game.

Virginia pinned the Terrapins at their own 2, but a 27-yard pass from Hills to Kevin Dorsey and a 60-yard catch-and-run by Diggs led to Brad Craddock's 33-yard field goal to make it 17-0.

Hills added a 6-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter.

Phillip Sims and backup Michael Rocco threw touchdown passes for Virginia.

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Stolen Jose Fernandez high school jersey returned by thief

Stolen Jose Fernandez high school jersey returned by thief

TAMPA, Fla. (AP) -- A high school jersey once worn by Marlins pitcher Jose Fernandez and stolen after his death has been returned to the Florida school.

Hillsborough County Public Schools said in a news release Friday that the jersey was returned Thursday.

Officials said a family saw a large envelope leaning up against the ticket booth at Alonso High School with the words "Jose's jersey" written on it. The family took the envelope into to the school Friday morning. The jersey was inside.

It was taken Wednesday night following a vigil for the 24-year-old, who died over the weekend in a boating accident in Miami Beach.

Fernandez attended Alonso High in Tampa in 2011.

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Beal misses Friday morning's practice, could be available later in the day

Beal misses Friday morning's practice, could be available later in the day

RICHMOND, Va. -- Bradley Beal missed another training camp session Friday morning but he could be available later when the Wizards have their second session that'll be open to the public at Siegel Center.

Beal has to make it through a mandatory 48-hour period of concussion protocol before he is cleared to return to full activity. He took an elbow to the head Wednesday afternoon and hasn't been on the court since.

He has to go through a series of tests symptom-free.

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