After 12 years, the Terps have matched their 2003 ranking and are back to No. 8 in the nation. Dez Wells’ two double-doubles in road victories earns him Big Ten Co-Player of the Week honors.
The 10th-ranked Terrapins hope to get Trimble untracked in Sunday night’s regular-season finale on the road against a Cornhuskers team that has dropped seven straight.
Momentum and guard play are the keys to the Terps march into the madness of the NCAA Tournament.
Keith Cavanaugh from Terrapin Times joined Sports Rehab to talk about the start of Maryland Spring Football as well as the basketball recruitment of Diamond Stone.
Wells put the team on his back late in the second half as the Maryland Terrapins earned a 60-50 victory at the Louis Brown Athletic Center.
The No. 10 Terrapins can notch a sixth straight win Tuesday night when they go on the road to try to hand one of major college basketball’s worst teams its 13th straight loss.
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.
the Terps will go as far as Trimble and Wells take them.
With Trimble at the point and Wells as the swingman, the Terps will have a fighting chance once they get to the Big Dance.
March madness. It may still be February, but excitement is building for this year’s University of Maryland men’s basketball team.
Melo Trimble scored 26 points, including a pair of pivotal 3-pointers down the stretch, and No. 16 Maryland squeezed past Nebraska 69-65 Thursday night in the first-ever meeting between the teams.
Locked in a three-way tie for second place in the Big Ten, No. 16 Maryland heads into the home stretch of the regular season with a decidedly favorable schedule.