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Takeaways From Maryland’s Win Over Purdue

1) Melo Trimble must push the pace at all times Despite shooting only 2-12 from the field, Trimble’s increased aggression in the 2nd half changed the complexion of the game.  After halftime Trimble began pushing the ball in transition, often resulting in drag screens that opened up the floor for penetration. The Terps are one of the nation’s slowest teams… Read More
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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
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5 Takeaways from Maryland’s win over Georgetown

The renewed Georgetown-Maryland rivalry had been hyped up months before Tuesday’s showdown and it didn’t disappoint. No. 3 Maryland defeated Georgetown, 75-71 in front of an electric crowd at the Xfinity Center in College Park. I attended the game as a fan, but here’s my thoughts on it from a journalistic point of view. MARYLAND BASKETBALL IS BACK PUT IT… Read More
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Takeaways From The ‘Terps Opening Night Victory

The Maryland Terrapins kicked off the new season with a comfortable 80-56 victory over Mt. Saint Mary’s. Melo Trimble is as good as advertised If there’s such a thing as a sophomore slump in college basketball, Melo Trimble will have no part it. From the get go, Trimble came out attacking the rim and putting pressure on the defense. The… Read More