Maryland Shakes off First Half Shooting Woes to Win
In their portion of the Big Ten/ACC Challenge, the No.3 nationally ranked Terrapins hosted the Notre Dame Fighting Irish for the first time in more than 4 years.
Maryland emphasized one of their key weaknesses in what may have been their worst slow start of the year. The Terps would begin 0-10 from the 3 point line as they fumbled consistently on offense (they would end the half … Read More »
A Sluggish Start, but a Spectacular Finish for the Terrapins
Quarter-Finals vs Temple
Maryland’s first opponent of the mid-season tournament came in the Temple Owls, a team that gave the Terps a fit throughout the entire match. Temple would prove what many have speculated throughout the season for UMD, as they showed that teams with stronger talent will punish you for starting so sluggishly.
This win would be anchored by a beyond fantastic performance by Anthony Cowan, … Read More »
Mason and Jordan take the microphones on Wednesday night (CBS SportsRadio 1300) for the holiday edition of Koons Ford Terptalk. It is a can’t miss event.
By Jack Rothenburg
Coming off their bye week, the Terps looked to get their fourth win of the season against a
Nebraska team that is 1-3 away from Memorial Stadium and allowing 29.9 points per game. Walking around campus, and into the stadium it was clear that the majority of the stadium would be filled with Cornhusker fans. There were maybe 100 Maryland students and almost every seat was taken on the Nebraska side of the field. A decided … Read More »
As we get ready for the Temple game in Orlando, here is a look back at Friday’s game
Maryland Heats Up and Trounces George Mason 86-63
Another Win as Maryland Breezes During Out of Conference Play
by Zachary Wilson
In a clash of two undefeated squads only one can prevail, and, unfortunately for George Mason, this battle’s end would see Maryland continue onward without a loss.
As is the current standard trait of UMD, the game would begin as … Read More »