Sixty-one years of heated rivalries, heartbreaking defeats and unforgettable victories will come to an end Sunday for Maryland when the Terrapins play their final home game as a member of the Atlantic Coast Conference.
Don Marcus joined Steve and Ken to talk about the controversy surrounding the Terps locker room right now.
Maryland’s Alyssa Thomas won her third straight Atlantic Coast Conference basketball player of the year award.
Jeff Borzell of CBSSports.com joined Ed & Steve to talk about the Terps and college basketball.
As a parting gift to Maryland, the Atlantic Coast Conference left the Terrapins’ home schedule devoid of games against North Carolina or Duke.
The Maryland – Duke game held true to the rivalry and the game was decided on the final shot of the game. Or was it? The ACC admits a mistake was made.
Miami couldn’t overcome Maryland’s size advantage and dropped further in the Atlantic Coast Conference standings.
Unless these two schools meet in the ACC Tournament, it will be the final time they will face each other as members of the same conference. This could be the end of a rivalry that goes back decades.
With Maryland is moving to the Big Ten and no game scheduled for College Park, this will be the final regular season contest between the two schools as ACC foes.
Alyssa Thomas looked as if she was on her way to a big scoring performance for No. 8 Maryland, only to see No. 18 North Carolina State throw a different defensive scheme at her.
After the Terps blew a 10-point lead in the final 1:40, Wells nailed a 3-pointer with 5.9 seconds left to provide the final margin.
Former Maryland Terps Head Coach Gary Williams joined Glenn and Bob on “The Sports Rehab” discuss a myriad of topics.