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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

Players that should return to school next year

Almost 95 percent of college athletes want to advance to the NBA, while only about one percent actually make it. Some players have good seasons (or a few games) and think they are league ready. While other are not, but still try their hand at the next level when they aren’t yet ready. Here are a few players (for one reason or another)... Read More
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Takeaways From Terps Rout of Illinois

Maryland opened Big Ten conference play with a major statement, as they drubbed (84-59) an Illinois team that was on a 6-game winning streak. Despite missing two key big men, the Terps put together the most complete performance of the season (even Coach Turgeon was surprised about how well the team played). Here are some observations: Anthony Cowan is the quintessential... Read More

Media Day with the Lady Terrapins

The Maryland Lady Terrapins basketball team held their annual media day on Tuesday afternoon. Here’s what you need to know: FRESHMAN, FRESHMAN, and MORE FRESHMAN Head coach Brenda Frese enters her 15th season as the leader of the Lady Terps.  It’s debatable as to whether she’s had a more highly touted freshman class than this year. The class is ranked... Read More

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

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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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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Terps fall to Sparty on the road: Troy’s Takeaways

In what was thought weeks ago to be a matchup of Big Ten goliaths,, Maryland and Michigan State’s matchup on Saturday lived up to the billing. Michigan State defeated Maryland, 74-65, to snap a three game losing streak. Here are MyMindOnSports’ Troy Jefferson five takeaways. 1. Michigan State is still a top tier team After a 13-0 start, Michigan State... 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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