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  • Terps confident Melo Trimble can deliver as a freshman point guard

    Terps confident Melo Trimble can deliver as a freshman point guard
    Shortly after Melo Trimble made his first turnover in a recent exhibition game against San Francisco State, fifth-year senior Richaud Pack gave some encouragement to the freshman Maryland point guard. "After the play, I told him to get it out of his...
  • Terps have focused on rebounding as they prepare to open season

    Terps have focused on rebounding as they prepare to open season
    Given the redemptive mindset of Maryland men's basketball coach Mark Turgeon and many of his players going into tonight's season opener against Wagner at Xfinity Center, it seems fitting that the Terps worked more on their rebounding than any other area...
  • Damonte Dodd begins to show signs of becoming defensive force for Maryland

    Damonte Dodd begins to show signs of becoming defensive force for Maryland
    Damonte Dodd knows exactly what his role is going to be for the Maryland men’s basketball team this season. “Just blocking shots and rebounding,” the 6-foot-11 sophomore center from Centreville (Queen Anne’s County) said...
  • Terps head into CBE Hall of Fame Classic with 66-50 win, but not much improvement

    Terps head into CBE Hall of Fame Classic with 66-50 win, but not much improvement
    The Maryland men's basketball team wanted to go into next week's CBE Hall of Fame Classic in Kansas City, Mo., with the memory of three straight blowout victories to start the season still fresh and its collective confidence still growing. But if the...
  • After struggling vs. Fordham, Terps' Dez Wells ready to 'keep pushing'

    After struggling vs. Fordham, Terps' Dez Wells ready to 'keep pushing'
    Dez Wells spent the summer refining his game to include a more accurate jump shot with greater range, as well a more controlled pace to help him commit fewer fouls and turnovers. In Maryland’s first two games, blowout wins over Wagner and...
  • Busy week for Maryland continues with Terps' first Top 25 test

    Busy week for Maryland continues with Terps' first Top 25 test
    The Maryland men’s basketball team weathered a shower of 3-point shots Monday night in the CBE Hall of Fame Classic to outlast Arizona State and reach the championship game against No. 13 Iowa State on Tuesday night. The Sun Devils provided the...
  • Terps look to prove they're 'good tournament team' in CBE Hall of Fame Classic

    Terps look to prove they're 'good tournament team' in CBE Hall of Fame Classic
    A year ago, a Maryland team searching for its identity went to a tropical location and seemingly found it at the Paradise Jam in the U.S. Virgin Islands, taking home a trophy and what turned to be a false sense of confidence. Whatever the Terps got...
  • Terps share the ball, and avoid injury, in season-opening rout of Wagner, 82-48

    Terps share the ball, and avoid injury, in season-opening rout of Wagner, 82-48
    The possession, late in the first half of Friday's season opener against Wagner at Xfinity Center, should be shown by Maryland men's basketball coach Mark Turgeon anytime his team shows signs of reverting back to last season. Four of the five players on...
  • At point guard, Terps' Richaud Pack proves to be quick study in season opener

    At point guard, Terps' Richaud Pack proves to be quick study in season opener
    On a night in which guard Dez Wells briefly went down with a sprained ankle and forward Jake Layman kept going up — and over — Wagner, guard Richaud Pack did what he usually does: a little bit of everything in 24 productive minutes during...
  • 'A whole different kid,' Jake Layman takes on bigger role for Terps

    'A whole different kid,' Jake Layman takes on bigger role for Terps
    Gone is the flowing blonde hair that gained a following on Twitter when Maryland junior forward Jake Layman was a freshman. Gone is the hesitancy when Layman was talking to reporters or when he was taking it to the hoop for a dunk. With the locks...
  • Terps sharing the ball better than last season as they head into second game

    Terps sharing the ball better than last season as they head into second game
    Maryland's assist-to-turnover ratio in Friday's season opener was in the negative, suggesting that things haven't changed much for the Terps since last season. In this case, the numbers lie. Maryland was credited with nine assists, all but one in...