The Maryland Terrapins had a chance on Wednesday night to make a statement to the college basketball world.
Jason King of ESPN.com and Scott Gleeson of USA Today have posted their early rankings and neither has the Maryland Terrapins among their Top 25 teams.
In the wake of the Mike Rice – Rutgers scandal, it is time for a serious examination about college sports and why they are deemed so important.
It’s an amazing thing when you see the emotion coming from young kids, called “student athletes”, this time of year.
Extra credit if you know who won the Atlantic Sun Conference basketball tournament this year, to the head of the class if you guessed Florida Gulf Coast.
Atlantic Coast Conference coaches are still reeling from the league’s poor representation in the NCAA Tournament.
On Wednesday night, the Maryland Terrapins and North Carolina Tar Heels meet in a very important men’s college basketball game at the Comcast Center in College Park.
Winning on the road is always one of the toughest things to do for most teams in sports. Even the good ones struggle to play their best away from their home venue.
For the Maryland Terrapins, it has been an absolute nightmare to succeed away from the Comcast Center.
Can they cut out the turnovers and propel with this win, or do these group of kids think they pulled off their big win of the year and fall back to average?
I made it clear during the summer that I thought Head Coach Mark Turgeon and his Maryland Terrapins would make this season’s NCAA Tournament. Keep in mind, I was spouting off about this before Dez Wells was ruled eligible to play in College Park.
There’s a youth movement going on in College Park as the Maryland Terrapins have about as much talent as they’ve had maybe since their National Championship run, but like height you can teach talent.
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.