Steve Lappas, former NCAA basketball coach and current analyst for CBS Sports Network, joined The Norris & Davis Show on 105.7 THE FAN Thursday to discuss Mark Turgeon and the University of Maryland.
Terps color commentator Chris Knoche joined Scott and Jeremy on Wednesday to try to explain what has been going wrong for the Terps Mens Basketball team as of late. Chris tried to keep it pretty […]
Even without Warren, the ACC’s leading scorer, the Wolfpack spanked Maryland in the second half on their way to a 65-56 win.
Former Maryland Terp and current ESPN college basketball analyst Len Elmore was on “The Sports Rehab” with Bob Haynie and Glenn Younes.
Former Terrapin Drew Nicholas joined Zinno on “Last Call” to go over the Terps latest win and discuss the team this season.
Two months ago, Maryland basketball coach Mark Turgeon thought he had a team capable of reaching the NCAA tournament.
Maryland is really behind the pack away from the Comcast Center. Since Mark Turgeon took over as head coach, the Terps are 4-15 in ACC road games.
Two months and 15 games into the college basketball season, Maryland is finally living up to the lofty expectations of its fans and coach Mark Turgeon.
The Maryland Terrapins had a chance on Wednesday night to make a statement to the college basketball world.
On Friday night, the Maryland Terrapins begin the 2013-14 college hoops season against 18th-ranked UConn at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn.
Unfortunately, University of Maryland head coach Mark Turgeon will be without starting point guard Seth Allen against the UConn Huskies and possibly 8-10 weeks.
The rebirth of the Maryland basketball program under coach Mark Turgeon has thus far produced two baby steps.