Enough of the ridicule, enough of the criticism. There is no atmosphere equal to what occurred at Comcast last Saturday night. That is why I keep coming back. The Terps play 16 ACC games a year. Even during the past few seasons, you can NEVER count out a Gary Williams team especially at home. Before Wednesday’s night’s game begins remember Duke humiliated the Terps at Cameron a month ago. Think it will happen again? We shall see. Let’s hope Duke thinks so because you only have one birthday a year and Duke had theirs when the Terps were in town. More on the game as the week progresses. Think of this band of warriors Gary has now, add the 2 bigs Williams and Padgett. Hope Greivis’ love of the University leads him to comeback. Now throw in Born Ready and you know what you have—-you take a guess or listen in to Terp talk on Thursday night at 6PM.
Speaking of Born Ready, Lance Stephenson visited Kansas this past weekend . the following is an excerpt fron zagsblog.com
“Lance Stephenson and his parents, Lance Sr. and Bernadette, sat directly behind the Kansas bench Saturday night as the No. 15 Jayhawks beat Nebraska 70-53 at Allen Fieldhouse.
The student section greeted Stephenson with a standing ovation, a sign that read “Born Ready to Rock Chalk” and a “Rock Chalk Stephenson” chant in an effort to urge the 6-foot-5 guard out of Brooklyn Lincoln to select the defending national champions.
Stephenson, a McDonald’s All-American and the No. 1 prospect in the Class of 2009 according to Hoop Scoop, is also considering St. John’s, Maryland, USC and UCLA and was taking his second official visit. He also visited Maryland officially and St. John’s unofficially.
Interestingly, on the same day Stephenson visited KU, Maryland toppled No. 3 North Carolina 88-85 in OT in College Park, Md behind a career-high 35 points from Greivis Vasquez.”
Obviously the battle is on, Maryland vs Kansas vs St John’s.
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