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.
Maryland’s inaugural season in the Big Ten has taken a humbling turn for the worse.
Maryland basketball color analyst Chris Knoche joined Sports Rehab to preview the Terps game against Indiana on Wednesday night.
The Terps are in desperate need of a rebound win and get a chance to do so at home against a Hoosiers team that beat them by almost 20 less than three weeks ago in Bloomington.
Iowa Hawkeye’s forward Adam Woodbury poked Melo Trimble in the eye. Whether it was malicious or not, it has become a trend.
The Iowa Hawkeyes handed the Maryland Terrapins yet another bad road loss on Sunday afternoon at Carver-Hawkeye Arena.