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Mitchell Twins commit to Maryland

Good things come in pairs, or so the saying goes. Well, on Friday, a pair of twins–Makhi and Makhel Mitchell–announced their intention to be a part of the Maryland basketball program. The twins’ commitment comes rather early, as both are just rising juniors in the 2019 recruiting class. Usually, we see elite prospects wait until late in their academic junior... Read More
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Maryland Gets a 5 Seed In A Loaded South Bracket

On what turned out to be an unpredictable Selection Sunday, the Maryland Terrapins were assigned a #5 seed and placed in the South Regional Bracket. As a 5-seed, the Terps are set to play the #12-seeded South Dakota State Jackrabbits on Friday in Spokane, Washington. Tip-off is set for approximately 4:30 on TBS, though start time is dependent on the California-Hawaii game. Given... Read More
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5 Takeaways From Maryland’s Win Over Northwestern

  1.Blip or Trend: Bad 3-point Shooting Maryland is a 39% 3-point shooting team on the season, but in the first two conference games, the team has only made 16 of its 51 attempts (31%). The small sample size can indicate an inconsequential slump, but it could also indicate a regression to the mean. As the season goes on familiar conference foes will test... Read More
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Turgeon Gets His 100th Win as Maryland Beats Northwestern

Going into their Big Ten matchup, both the Maryland Terrapins and Northwestern Wildcats had only suffered one loss on the season. Interestingly enough, both of those losses came at the hand of the North Carolina Tarheels. The Wildcats had 13 wins–nearly matching the amount they had all of the past two seasons under Coach Chris Collins. On Saturday, however, Maryland showed... Read More
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Paige returns as Tarheels Host Terps in the Big Ten Challenge

Stakes are high as the Big Ten Challenge continues tonight with No. 9 UNC hosting No. 2 Maryland. An expected “epic” matchup which lost its edge after the injury of Marcus Paige, quickly regains its luster as Marcus returns to the hardwood and evens out the predictions. This is the 141st meeting between the two programs, however, this atmosphere is... Read More
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Despite turnovers, Terps roll over Southern New Hampshire

It was just an exhibition, but the Terrapins can’t be happy about their 23 turnovers. Still, there were a lot of positives to be taken from their 91-55 victory over Southern New Hampshire. The Division II school’s tallest player stood 6’8 which just didn’t bode well against a Terps team with size. “Diamond Stone showed he was pretty special. I... Read More
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Rasheed Sulaimon Chooses Maryland

  After being dismissed from the Duke basketball program in late January for what legendary Coach K termed an inability to “consistently live up to standards”, Rasheed Sulaimon has finally found some peace by committing to play for the Maryland Terrapins. A major factor in Sulaimon’s desire to play for Maryland is his relationship with Head Coach Mark Turgeon, who he has... Read More
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Maryland Looks to Fend Off Upset-Minded Valparaiso

#4 Maryland (27-6) vs. #13 Valparaiso (28-5) Friday 4:40 P.M. ET on TNT Columbus, Ohio — In last year’s tournament, no 4th-seed team lost a 13th-seed.  On Friday, the Maryland Terrapins will look to continue that trend against the Valparaiso Crusaders, who come in riding the wave of a Horizon League championship. The skinny on Valparaiso:  –Conference: Horizon League (13-3... Read More
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Maryland Proves Its Worth In Missouri

Much of the off-season news around Maryland’s basketball program had to do with the mass departures of some of its talented players. In all, seven players from the 2013-14 roster decided to transfer, leaving various questions swirling. The mass exits coupled with three consecutive lackluster seasons without a tournament appearance, created rumblings of whether Coach Mark Turgeon’s job was in jeopardy.... Read More
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