After starting the season with a 72-69 loss to the then third-ranked Kentucky Wildcats, the Maryland Terrapins have reeled off 13 straight W’s.
Maryland finished its tear through the non-conference portion of the schedule and coach Mark Turgeon is confident his team is finally ready for the challenge of ACC play.
Bothered by the zone defense and slow motion offense put forth by South Carolina State on Saturday, Maryland struggled on offense but performed well enough to take a hard-earned 61-46 win over the Bulldogs.
Mark Turgeon has worked magic in his second season at Maryland, leading his young team to 7-1 start that would suggest the Terrapins could be a force in the Atlantic Coast Conference.
Mark Turgeon decided to shuffle his starting lineup, an unusual course of action for the coach of a team riding a lengthy winning streak.
Chris Knoche of the Terrapin Sports Radio Network joins Glenn Younes & Mark Zinno to talk Terps basketball.
Like many of the freshmen on his first basketball team at Maryland, Mark Turgeon needed a full season to find out what it’s like to compete in the Atlantic Coast Conference.
Usually when a college basketball team loses an all-conference player and it’s leading scorer, that team is expected to get worse.
No Terrell Stoglin or Mychal Parker for the Terps, O’s head to New York, playoffs heat up and a must watch video!
University of Maryland men’s basketball coach Mark Turgeon joined Ed and Steve to talk about March Madness and his first season at the helm of the Terps.
Maryland ran past Wake Forest 82-60 on Thursday in the lopsided opening game of the ACC tournament.
The ACC Tournament starts on Thursday and, as usual, some of the top teams and players will be featured