For 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.
Even without Warren, the ACC’s leading scorer, the Wolfpack spanked Maryland in the second half on their way to a 65-56 win.
On Friday night, the Maryland Terrapins begin the 2013-14 college hoops season against 18th-ranked UConn at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn.
By holding off the Alabama Crimson Tide, 58-57 on Tuesday night, the Terps advanced to the NIT Final Four.
Usually when a college basketball team loses an all-conference player and it’s leading scorer, that team is expected to get worse.