Best Of The Scott Garceau Show Week Of 02-01-16This weeks episode features Super Bowl 50 predictions, a visit from 10 year old caller Mo and former Terps Basketball Coach, Gary Williams joins the show to talk some College Basketball.
Gary Williams Talks Terps And Big Ten BasketballHall Of Famer and former Maryland Head Basketball Coach, Gary Williams, joined the Scott Garceau Show with Jeremy Conn today to talk about the 2016 Terps and the Big Ten as a conference.
Bob Haynie: Stone And Terps Swat Away NebraskaLed by Melo Trimble's 20 points and Diamond Stone's double-double, the Terps emerged with a 70-65 triumph for their 20th win of the season.
She’s Still Winning, Coach Brenda Frese Joins The ShowListen in to find out how Coach feels about the health of her squad and how they are preparing to make it to a third straight Final Four!
Listen Live: Maryland At Nebraska [Live Audio] College BasketballThe Terrapins on Wednesday travel to Lincoln to face a Nebraska team that has lost two straight, including a 75-64 loss to No. 16 Purdue on Saturday.
Melo Trimble Named Finalist For Cousy AwardMaryland sophomore Melo Trimble has been named one of 10 finalists for the Bob Cousy Point Guard of the Year award, the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame.
Steve Davis: Terps Are Legit National Champion ContendersAnother home game, another win for Maryland.
Holmes: Sulaimon Says ‘Players Only’ Meetings Helped Get Terps On TrackWhile strutting high through the weekend after a monumental Big Ten statement win over the Iowa Hawkeyes and a home-and-home sweep of the Buckeye’s, the Terrapins have proven worth as a competitive power rather than a fringe threat to their conference counterparts.
Garceau: Layman's Defense Drops IowaJake Layman played a team high 38 minutes, tied for team high rebounds, blocked 2 shots and assisted Diamond Stone’s key slam dunk that gave Maryland a 64-60 lead with 1:25 left.
Bob Haynie: Defense Keys Terps Win Over IowaMaryland held Jarrod Uthoff to only two baskets and out-rebounded the Hawkeyes as they earned themselves a quality 74-68 victory.
Maryland Wants Fans To Arrive Early Game ThursdayNo. 8 Maryland will host No. 3 Iowa in a highly-anticipated Big Ten matchup.
Steve Davis: Must Win Time For Terps?The Terps have yet to beat a ranked team.