Before Maryland met 14th-ranked N.C. State last night at Comcast Center, Terps coach Mark Turgeon told his mostly young players, who had delivered consecutive off-target performances against Florida State and Miami, that it was time for them to win a memorable victory.
COLLEGE PARK, Md. (CBSDC) — After Alex Len put-back Pe’Shon Howard’s missed runner in the lane — or if you believe the junior point guard, his alley oop pass — pandemonium broke loose as the […]
This column was supposed to be about the rising Maryland basketball program which was poised to break into the top 25 for the first time since the final 2010 poll.
Maryland struggled to start the game, but turned things around later in the first half. Unfortunately for them, when the turnover bug bit harder in the second half, the Terps were unable to recover and dropped their first conference game of the season.
Before Maryland switches to the Big Ten, they have still have the awkwardness of participating in the ACC-Big Ten challenge on behalf of the ACC. Maryland held up their end of the bargain on Tuesday […]
Six newcomers make Maryland 10 deep, a number which pleases Mark Turgeon but also gives him pause.
University of Maryland President Wallace Loh announced on Monday afternoon that the Terrapins would be leaving the Atlantic Coast Conference for the Big Ten Conference. Maryland, a charter member of the ACC, will be leaving […]
As Maryland fans struggle to ascertain that they’ll be rooting for their Terps in a new conference come 2014, Mark Turgeon and Randy Edsall are elated and believe an invite to the Big Ten is an invite to better everything.
Maryland overcame a poor first half to pull away late from LIU-Brooklyn en route to a 91-74 victory over the Blackbirds. Balance was the name of the game for Maryland, as all ten players scored […]
Terps fail to land the biggest high school basketball duo in history.