Inside Maryland Sports was launched in Dec. 2008 and has become one of the fastest-growing college sports communities and media outlets on the Internet, and the Web's most popular independent site for University of Maryland sports and recruiting coverage.
Originally an affiliate of ESPN, InsideMDSports.com joined the 247Sports network in September of 2010.
Fueled by high-quality content and an passionate homegrown community, IMS features the best inside information and scoop on Terps athletics and is the clear market leader in breaking news, recruiting and inside coverage of Maryland football, basketball and recruiting.
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During the past five years, Ermann has become the authority on Terps basketball and football recruiting. After two years as a staff writer at another Maryland site, he launched InsideMDSports.com as part of the ESPN-affiliated TEAM network. A native of Silver Spring, Md., he previously covered local prep sports for the Washington Post, Washington Examiner and Prince George's Journal, and served as University of Missouri basketball beat writer for the Columbia Daily Tribune (Mo.).
Hoffman began writing for InsideMDSports during his undergraduate years at the University of Maryland, quickly becoming one of the most respected reporters on the Terps beat. Hoffman's ability to produce compelling team content, analysis and exclusive information has made him an integral part of the IMS staff and community.
Engelke joined the IMS staff during the fall of 2011, his senior year at the University of Maryland. A budding standout sports reporter at The Diamondback -- the University of Maryland's student newspaper -- he was selected from a large pool of applicants to further bolster the site's coverage, and has quickly established himself as an authority on Terps basketball and football.
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