Former Maryland Terps player and current Maryland Radio Network analyst Walt Williams joined Sports Rehab to breakdown the Terps lost to West Virginia in the round of 32 and wrap up the season for Maryland basketball.

The curtain came down on the 2014-15 Maryland basketball season Sunday night. The Terps fell in the round of 32 to West Virginia 69-59 in Columbus, OH. Maryland turned the ball over 20 times including 8 by senior Dez Wells and couldn’t overcome the loss of freshman point guard Melo Trimble. Trimble went out near the end of the first half with what was termed as a “head injury” and did not return.

Maryland won 28 games, finished 2nd in the programs first year in the Big Ten, and Coach Mark Turgeon was named as Big Ten Coach of the Year but the big question is will Melo Trimble will return for his sophomore year. When asked the question, Williams replied ” I don’t subscribe to the theory that he should stay here for three years but he should definitely should come back next year.”