Chris Knoche Recaps Terps First LossScott Garceau and Jeremy Conn invited Terps analyst Chris Knoche on to the show to recap #2 Maryland's tough loss to the #9 Tar Heels last night.
Bob Haynie: Turgeon & The Terps In TransitionOn Tuesday night, the University of Maryland announced that guard Roddy Peters, swingman Nick Faust and center Shaquille Cleare were granted their release to transfer from the school.
Steve Davis: Gary Williams' GreatnessGary Williams going to the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame is a bigger deal than the attention it is getting.
Rob Long: I Love The MadnessThis is a time of the year when you absolutely love being wrong.
Scott Garceau: Good Afternoon, Good Morning And Good NightIt started at Noon and by the time San Diego State survived an overtime thriller with New Mexico State my clock was closing in on 2 AM.
Bob Haynie: Filling Out A Bracket Brings March SadnessIt happens every March. It's fun, it's exciting, it's memorable and, often times, it's frustrating. It is the NCAA Tournament office pool.
Rob Long: Rock Bottom?Whether you believe the Terps should have been in the NIT Tournament or not, it's pretty sad that they did not get invited.
Bob Haynie: Terps - Painful Loss Is Fitting ACC EndThe Atlantic Coast Conference Tournament loss in Greensboro ended Maryland's 61-year affiliation with the league. You could say it was a fitting end.
Rob Long: Mark Turgeon And The TerpsFor months, Mark Turgeon has been under fire for the lack of success for his Maryland Terps. Many, including me, thought this team would improve. That did not happen.
Steve Davis: Terps Blow Golden OpportunityMaryland missed a chance to keep their NCAA hopes alive by not beating Syracuse. I can't say it is a game they should have won, but they sure could have won it.
Scott Garceau: March Madness In Epic FebruaryWith an upset of a lifetime, like the one Wednesday night that Boston College pulled off over Syracuse, let the Madness begin!
Bob Haynie: Let's Pick Some March Madness Winners... Or Maybe NotSince I'm still riding high from my 2011 prediction that Joe Flacco would lead the Baltimore Ravens to the Super Bowl title within three years, I figured I would do everyone a solid and let you know what teams I think will make the Final Four in Atlanta.