Terps 

What Went Wrong Against Kansas?

It’s been nearly a week since Kansas Jayhawks delivered a 79-63 victory over the Maryland Terrapins. Before the season, not many people (probably no one) saw the Terps being eliminated in the sweet 16, especially with such high expectations. It capped off an often frustrating season for one of the most talented teams in the country. In the game, the Terps saw… Read More
NCAAB Terps 

Takeaways From Maryland’s Convincing Win Over Rutgers

Ahead of their anticipated road matchup with Wisconsin on Saturday, the Terps took care of business against a shorthanded Rutgers team Wednesday evening, cruising to a 88-63 victory. Maryland got a big contribution from senior Jake Layman, who before tonight had been rather average.  Layman used his size advantage to post up and shoot over helpless defenders to the tune of 18… Read More
NCAAB 

Takeaways From Georgetown’s Stunning Loss to Radford

College basketball’s opening weekend was filled with upsets, and the Georgetown Hoyas were no exception. The Hoyas were defeated in the double overtime by the Radford Highlanders after Rashun Davis sunk a game winning 3-pointer. The result represents a surprising tale of two years, as Georgetown drubbed Radford last 76-49 just last season, but couldn’t do so this time around. With… Read More
NCAAB Terps 

Maryland Big Ten Outlook

The University of Maryland will begin its second season in the Big 10 (previously played in the ACC) as the consensus favorite to win the conference. These expectations come as a result of Maryland’s surprising success during its inaugural Big 10 campaign, in which the team was the runner-up in the regular season conference standings and advanced to the semi-finals of the conference… Read More