Maryland had two chances in the final seconds to walk out of Cameron Indoor Stadium with a win one last time.
When the Terps visit No. 8 Duke in Cameron Indoor Stadium on Saturday for the final time after 60 years as ACC foes, it will truly be the end of an exciting era in Maryland basketball history.
Seems like Maryland is always saying farewell at the Military Bowl.
Randy Edsall’s Terrapins say goodbye to the ACC after 61 years in their regular-season finale against N.C. State on Saturday, and while their future in the Big Ten may spell hardship, the bowl-bound Terps can at least call 2013 a success.
President Barack Obama might consider a career in coaching or motivational speaking after he’s done with his second term.
President Barack Obama and the first family plan to watch Oregon State University play basketball Sunday against the University of Maryland.
C.J. Brown knew that he was largely to blame for the offensive woes that had seen Maryland lose four of five games, turning a once-promising season into one that was quickly slipping away.
The rebirth of the Maryland basketball program under coach Mark Turgeon has thus far produced two baby steps.
Randy Edsall was choking up after the game describing the injury situation and how it was his job to coach and make the best of the situation.
Maryland and Virginia met for the final time as ACC rivals on Saturday in ugly conditions, and despite the loss of starting quarterback C.J. Brown (who was ruled out in pre-game warmups) the Terps managed to hold on for the win, 27-26.