Terps Legend Juan Dixon Leaves UMd Coaching StaffIt was described as a mutual decision, but Juan Dixon had run his course as part of Mark Turgeon's Maryland Terrapins basketball staff.
Snider: 30 Years Later, Bias’ Death Still ResonatesLen Bias passed away 30 years ago Sunday, but his life and death remain important.
Decorated Army Vet Looks to Make Impact for TerpsOne way that he has been able to adjust to civilian life is by having a set schedule of classes between football practices.
Report: Terps Land Top Forward Justin JacksonThe Terrapins are having one heck of a week.
Snider: Trimble Smart to Stay at MarylandMelo Trimble had a chance to get paid, but his draft stock has plummeted in the past year.
Melo Trimble, Diamond Stone to Declare for NBA DraftTerrapins Melo Trimble and Diamond Stone will declare for the NBA Draft, with Trimble leaving open the possibility of a return.
Newest Terp Remains High School Icon--LiterallyStand aside Jerry West and Michael Jordan, and make way for top Maryland recruit Kevin Huerter.
[Updated] Melo Trimble Teammate: He'll Return to Terps for 10,000 LikesMelo Trimble's teammate says Trimble will return to play basketball for the Terps for 10,000 Instagram likes.
Maryland Terps Fall to Kansas in Sweet 16, 77-63Maryland dictated the early tempo before Kansas regrouped late in the first half to eventually grab a 36-34 lead at the break.
Turgeon Makes Half-Court Shot in Practice...Sorta (Video)A man once known as "the Surgeon" should be able to make a half-court shot, right? What happens may actually be more impressive.
Trimble Doesn't Look Like First-Round Pick, YetMelo Trimble entered the season as one of the top guards in the country, but his draft stock has taken a hit recently.
10 Other Things That Happened the Last Year the Terps Made the Sweet 16With Sunday's win over the 13th-seeded Hawaii Warriors, the Terps advanced to their first Sweet Sixteen in the NCAA tournament since 2003.