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  • As Big Ten quarterfinal nears, Terps should prefer to play Northwestern over Indiana

    As Big Ten quarterfinal nears, Terps should prefer to play Northwestern over Indiana
    Maryland men's basketball coach Mark Turgeon said Tuesday in College Park that there was a benefit to not knowing which team his second-seeded Terps would be playing in the quarterfinals of the Big Ten Conference tournament Friday until Thursday night....
  • Terps' record in close games bodes well now that it's tournament time

    Terps' record in close games bodes well now that it's tournament time
    Maryland men's basketball fans have been angsting all season about the number of narrow victories the Terps have recorded. The worry now is that if Mark Turgeon’s team gets in a close game in the NCAA tournament, the season could be over. That...
  • For Terps senior Dez Wells, last-second heroics have become 'natural'

    For Terps senior Dez Wells, last-second heroics have become 'natural'
    The big shots keep falling for Maryland senior guard Dez Wells. Nearly two full seasons after Wells missed two shots in the closing seconds that could have beaten eventual-national champion Connecticut in the 2013-14 opener in Brooklyn, N.Y, and more...
  • Mark Turgeon, Melo Trimble, Dez Wells and Jake Layman receive Big Ten honors

    Mark Turgeon, Melo Trimble, Dez Wells and Jake Layman receive Big Ten honors
    A transformative season for the Maryland men’s basketball team that saw the Terps get their first national ranking in five years and first spot in the Top 10 since 2002-03 led to individual recognition Monday for coach Mark Turgeon and his three top...
  • In Terps' 64-61 win over Nebraska, free throws make the difference

    In Terps' 64-61 win over Nebraska, free throws make the difference
    Mark Turgeon's last trip to Nebraska ended in a wild on-court celebration at the Bob Devaney Sports Center six years ago, after Texas A&M erased an 18-point, second-half deficit and won on a 3-point shot at the buzzer. It helped the Aggies make the NCAA...
  • Foul-filled final game of regular season was no trouble for Terps

    Foul-filled final game of regular season was no trouble for Terps
    The first foul was called a little more than a minute into the game, on Nebraska forward Shavon Shields. The last one was called with 41 seconds remaining, when Shields was fouled after hitting a driving layup. For the game, the three Big Ten...
  • Terps: Melo Trimble didn't struggle vs. Rutgers, he's just 'human'

    Terps: Melo Trimble didn't struggle vs. Rutgers, he's just 'human'
    After averaging a shade under 20 points over a six-game stretch and making 35 of 62 shots from the field, including 10 of 18 3-point attempts, Maryland freshman point guard Melo Trimble might have showed more than just his age during Tuesday’s 60-50...
  • Potential opponents for Maryland in the NCAA tournament

    Potential opponents for Maryland in the NCAA tournament
    As Maryland's men's basketball team has settled into the top 10 this week, there has become some consensus among the bracketheads that the Terps would slot in as a No. 3 seed if the NCAA tournament began today. With that in mind, let's take a glance...
  • Terps lose momentum in second half, but still beat Rutgers, 60-50

    Terps lose momentum in second half, but still beat Rutgers, 60-50
    With a chance to clinch at least second place in the Big Ten with a sixth straight victory, 10th-ranked Maryland seemed to have lost its momentum midway through the second half Tuesday night against the league's worst team at the Rutgers Athletic Center....
  • Damonte Dodd and Dion Wiley emerge from slumps in Maryland's win over Rutgers

    Damonte Dodd and Dion Wiley emerge from slumps in Maryland's win over Rutgers
    Maryland sophomore center Damonte Dodd admittedly had lost confidence during a nine-game stretch in which he committed the same number of fouls (33) as points he scored. Freshman shooting guard Dion Wiley came into Tuesday's game at Rutgers having not...
  • Terps hope to get Damonte Dodd back to his early-season self

    Maryland center Damonte Dodd went from barely playing as a freshman last season to becoming a starter and regular contributor for the first two months of his sophomore year to barely playing the past two games. That could change Tuesday when the 10th-...