Momentum and guard play are the keys to the Terps march into the madness of the NCAA Tournament.
Maryland Terrapins Men’s head coach Mark Turgeon has made the short list of 15 semifinalists for the James Naismith National Coach of the Year Award.
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.
Mark Turgeon has done a great job with the Terps, and he absolutely, positively should be the Coach of the Year in the Big Ten. It shouldn’t even be close.
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.
March madness. It may still be February, but excitement is building for this year’s University of Maryland men’s basketball team.
On Thursday night, the Terps and Nebraska Cornhuskers played a nail-biter at The XFINITY Center that wasn’t decided until the final minute.
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.
Johnny checks in to discuss how the Terps stack up heading into conference tournament time.
Dez Wells scored 22 points, Melo Trimble added 20 and No. 19 Maryland used strong shooting in the second half to scramble past Penn State 76-73 Saturday night.
“We talked about having a sense of urgency,” Turgeon said. “We are just trying to make it a good year rather than a mediocre year, and our guys are doing that.
It was only fitting that a game featuring 18 lead changes and seven ties came down to the final shot.