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  • Terps forward Jon Graham and his father Ernie have both learned from each other

    Terps forward Jon Graham and his father Ernie have both learned from each other
    Jon Graham's transfer from Penn State to Maryland two years ago seemed to make sense on many levels. It was a chance to play at the school he grew up cheering for, long after his father, Ernie, had left College Park as the single-game high scorer in...
  • Mark Turgeon says it was 'great timing' for Terps to get this weekend off

    Mark Turgeon says it was 'great timing' for Terps to get this weekend off
    Maryland men’s basketball coach Mark Turgeon used to bemoan the long breaks in the schedule, for fear that his Terps would lose focus. Even Turgeon admitted that Maryland’s first Big Ten bye could not have come at a better time. When the...
  • Branden Dawson, A.J. Hammons, Spike Albrecht make noise in Big Ten

    Too close to call. That's the slim margin for error in Big Ten basketball. Not even Wisconsin's Badgers, clearly the class of the conference, can afford to relax. Witness that lowly Rutgers is reponsible for their only league loss. Northwest Indiana...
  • Evaluating Terps players at the midway point of the Big Ten schedule

    Evaluating Terps players at the midway point of the Big Ten schedule
    As Maryland begins the second half of its first Big Ten season Wednesday against Penn State, we are going to take a look at the individual performances of the players and the coaching of Mark Turgeon to see which way they are trending and what each has to...
  • Terps now trending toward a No. 4 seed in NCAA tournament projections

    Terps now trending toward a No. 4 seed in NCAA tournament projections
    The Super Bowl is in the rearview mirror, meaning there's no good reason not to start dedicating most of your sports attention toward the NCAA tournament. Maryland is still in great shape to return to the Big Dance for the first time since 2010, but the...
  • In resurgent season, Terps see return of fans, sponsors and 'buzz'

    In resurgent season, Terps see return of fans, sponsors and 'buzz'
    Matt and Kathy Donnelly sat in the terminal at Port Columbus International Airport on Friday morning with other Maryland men's basketball fans waiting for their flight back to Baltimore, their minds and conversation still fixated on what had transpired...
  • Terps are still in good shape, but there are areas for improvement

    Terps are still in good shape, but there are areas for improvement
    The Maryland men’s basketball team's overall record and body of work throughout the 2014-15 season have put the Terps in far better position to secure the program's first NCAA tournament bid since Mark Turgeon took over four years ago. Though...
  • In worst loss of season, No. 16 Terps can't hang with Ohio State, 80-56

    In worst loss of season, No. 16 Terps can't hang with Ohio State, 80-56
    A last-second win Sunday over Northwestern at Xfinity Center might have helped the No. 16 Maryland men's basketball team's national ranking, its spot in the Big Ten Conference standings and, maybe, its wavering confidence. It did little to hide the...
  • Maryland's blowout loss at Ohio State was reminiscent of last year

    Maryland's blowout loss at Ohio State was reminiscent of last year
    Mark Turgeon and his Maryland men's basketball team have tried hard not to compare this season to last year. Until Thursday night, there was really no need, as the 2014-15 Terps had already won more games (18 of the first 21) than the 2013-14 Terps (17-...
  • Maryland-Ohio State matchup features two of Big Ten's top freshmen

    Maryland-Ohio State matchup features two of Big Ten's top freshmen
    Going into last week, Melo Trimble had won a majority of his individual matchups as a freshman at Maryland, including several in the Big Ten. Trimble was then badly outplayed by Indiana's Yogi Ferrell and outscored by fellow freshman James Blackmon Jr....
  • Dez Wells' role has changed, but leadership hasn't

    Dez Wells' role has changed, but leadership hasn't
    Mark Turgeon has used the expression countless times since Dez Wells arrived at Maryland three years ago and immediately became the leader of a team devoid of one. Whether it was an unexpected 3-pointer in the waning seconds to beat Miami last season,...