Jaylen Brantley and Jared Nickens –
I was bewildered by this decision. Why hire an agent until you have been evaluated by the NBA. It’s a fait accompli. Look, I only hope the best for him, just like I would for any Terrapin leaving early, or staying full term. So what could this mean–perhaps Turge will … Read More »
After the Terps defeated UNC in lacrosse, Bruce and Wayne talk about the end of the hoops season and next year.
A 79-63 loss to Kansas ends the season in the Sweet Sixteen for the Terps.
It’s Maryland, so of course the fans can be disappointed with “only” a Sweet Sixteen appearance. Even though the Terps have not been this far in the NCAA tournament since 2003. The game still carries … Read More »
Here is the bracket challenge for 2016. Thanks to intern Jordan for putting it together. Jordan selected the ESPN Bracket Challenge, Check out your progress and who is winning the challenge today.
As we get ready for the Terps to take the court this afternoon, here is one of the best ever Terp stories (I think). From Sports Illustrated 16 years ago on Gary Williams –
This is from 2004. The year we won the ACC Tournament. I thought it would present … Read More »
Kenny “The Jet” Johnson Picks Maryland to be in Final Four—that’s pretty good IMO
The Terps avoided Kentucky who was a #4 seed.
Maryland is a 8 1/2 point favorite against its 1st opponent South Dakota State Friday at 430
The Terps are in the South Regional and should they … Read More »
Just a few comments on a great win:
Best this team has looked since the home Ohio State game
Jake was incredible finishing with 26 points inc 6 treys
Melo is back–6-8 from the fiel, 7 rebounds, 8 assists
Diamond 23 points, 8 rebounds— awesome
3rd game in 3 days … Read More »
I am not going to dwell on this game but just present a few facts:
Terps finish 12-6 in Conference and earn the 3rd seed.
1st Game is Friday night at 9 most likely against Wisconsin
Offensively the Terps seemed way out of sync. However, it is clear Melo is … Read More »
Junior Shatori Walker-Kimbrough scored 19 points and No. 5 Maryland beat No. 19 Michigan State, 60-44, on Sunday night to win the Terps’ second-straight Big Ten Tournament Championship.