The ACC Tournament starts on Thursday and, as usual, some of the top teams and players will be featured
Baltimore Sun sports writer Jeff Barker covers the Maryland Terrapins. He joined Vinny and Kenny today to talk Terps football and basketball.
The focus was on playing as a team, a mandate given by Maryland coach Mark Turgeon to a squad that previously displayed an inability to share the basketball.
Maryland’s quest for, at least, an NIT bid begins Saturday in Charlottesville against the Cavaliers.
Maryland Men’s Basketball coach Mark Turgeon joined the Bob and Rob Show yesterday to recap the Duke loss and look forward to Boston College.
Maryland coach Mark Turgeon would rather meet with mentor Roy Williams at a restaurant than on the basketball court.
The Miami Hurricanes blew a 16-point second-half lead, gave up six points on a single possession, had two starters foul out and played the final 13 minutes with four guards. So it took them two overtimes to win.
The Maryland Terrapins gave it their all on Wednesday night against Duke. Unfortunately, their best is not yet good enough to compete against the top teams in the ACC.
This year’s Maryland men’s basketball team is a work in progress. Nothing is going to come easy for coach Mark Turgeon’s crew.
Not only did Len impact the box score, he impacted the whole Maryland lineup.
Maryland made two field goals over the final nine minutes and had to scramble down to the final seconds to pull out a narrow home win over struggling Florida International.
As a way of explaining why Maryland struggled so mightily to beat in-state foe Mount St. Mary’s, coach Mark Turgeon made a point of saying the Mountaineers played “fantastic” basketball. Then, Turgeon ripped the performance of his own team.