The U.S. Basketball Writers Association has announced that Maryland Terrapins freshman guard Melo Trimble has been named as a finalist for the 2015 Integris Wayman Tisdale Award.
Dez Wells is a player that may not always be the top scoring player on the team and he may not be the flashiest. Still, he’s going to be one that you can’t help but notice because he’s going to pick you apart and lead Maryland to another win.
Saturday’s slate was incredible, and some of the biggest and best games are recapped below. In many conferences, regular season concluded this past weekend, meaning the league tournaments are set to begin (some as early as tomorrow).
The Maryland Terrapins are having a fantastic season and it’s due to so many players, but one is really standing out and it’s freshman Melo Trimble. Some hate to say “one and done,” but it’s very possible that this young man could go pro before you know it.
What to watch for in the lead up to the madness of the next couple weeks.
Another exciting college basketball weekend is in the books as we inch closer to March Madness. Here’s a look at some of the key games.
Jon Graham enjoyed the best game of his college career against the school where it all began.
Here’s a scary thought: Anthony Davis, one of the top players in the NBA, would be a college senior this season. If players were forced to stay in school for four years, what would this season look like?
Former Maryland Terrapins Head Basketball Coach Gary Williams joined Sports Rehab to discuss former rival Mike Krzyzewski’s 1000th career win as well as his thoughts on the current Maryland Terps squad.
It was a weekend of near upsets in college basketball, as several top teams narrowly escaped against unranked foes. Iowa State was not one of them, falling to Texas Tech on Saturday, but the other favorites held on for victory.
Noted college basketball writer Frank Burlison joined Bob and Terry to discuss the happenings around the world of college basketball.
The watch list for the Wooden Award, the most prestigious of the trophies given annually to the best college basketball player, was reduced to 25 last week. Former winners include Michael Jordan, Tim Duncan, and Kevin Durant.