Scott Van Pelt and Terps athletes raising money for Samaritan's Feet

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Testifying via video from Pakistan, a man accused by the U.S. of conspiring with an elderly Miami-based Muslim cleric to funnel thousands of dollars to Taliban terrorists insisted Monday the money was for innocent purposes, including a potato chip
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Scott Van Pelt and Terps athletes raising money for Samaritan's Feet

So that seemed like a good enough peg for an item about Maryland student-athletes helping raise money for Samaritan's Feet. By the way, watching Scott Van Pelt try to walk to his seats at Comcast Center is quite an experience. He's more than a little
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