Doug Miller

My name is Doug Miller and my life is run by sports. I am a junior at the University of Maryland where I study journalism and economics. I primarily focus in multi-platform journalism, but I also dabble in broadcasting.

Matt Besler: Don’t read into Jurgen Klinsmann’s ties to Germany

While the United States and Germany need a draw in their Thursday clash to cement their place in the the Round of 16, the USA will go for the win and ignore outside scenarios, according to Matt Besler. “No other teams really matter except for us. We honestly just try to play to each game and try to win each game,” Besler said on SiriusXM FC’s World Cup Today with Joe Tolleson. United States head coach Jurgen Klinsmann knows the opposition very well since he coached Germany to the semifinals an

Geoff Cameron: Keys to Team USA success against Portugal

Geoff Cameron has dedication, desire and discipline tattooed on his left arm. That is a motto he both lives and plays by, as Cameron and the United States Men’s National Team tries to enforce their style of play on Portugal and come out with a victory Sunday. “We need to go into Portugal. We have a no fear attitude. We are going there to win,” Cameron said on the Football Show with Ray Hudson and Charlie Stillitano on Thursday. According to Cameron, the United States can’t afford to cede posse

Forsyth Breaks State Record At Maryland Indoor Track State Championships

Ryan Forsyth raised his hands and yelled as he crossed the finish line and broke the 3,200-meter state record at the 2014 Maryland State Indoor Track Championships on February 18. The senior from Severna Park posted a time of 9 minutes, 16 seconds for the two-mile race. His time beat the previous state record of 9 minutes, 19 minutes, set by Sherwood’s Solomon Haile in 2009. Forsyth destroyed his own qualifying time of 9:32. “Every lap my eyes were glued to that screen to see my time,” Forsyth

Laurel Bottom Dollar stores become Food Lions

The interior of the former Bottom Dollar Food Store on Sandy Spring Road has been repainted and redesigned as part of the store's conversion to a Food Lion. (Photo by Nate Pesce / ) Delhaize America, the parent company of Bottom Dollar Food Stores and Food Lion, is converting the two Bottom Dollar grocery stores in Laurel to Food Lion stores. The process is nearly complete at the store on Sandy Spring Road. Rebranding the two Laurel stores to Food Lions is part of a large-scale conversion — w

Laurel reacts to losing Saturday mail

The changes, set to begin Aug. 5, should save the agency $2 billion annually at a time when the Postal Service lost $15.9 billion in the last fiscal year, according to a statement by Postmaster General Patrick R. Donahoe posted on the agency's website. The U.S. Postal Service last week announced it will stop delivering mail on Saturdays in an effort to curtail losses it has seen in recent years. Congress has stunted attempts to change the delivery process in the past, and this time lawmakers i