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

Maryland Basketball blocks Georgetown from second win

It was everything you would expect from a rivalry game. The passion. The pageantry. The…pin? Yup, THE PIN. Maryland (2-0) freshman guard Kevin Huerter sealed an improbable 76-75 comeback-win on Tuesday night when he pinned Georgetown (1-1) freshman Jagan Mosely’s game-winning layup attempt against the glass. Then again, there couldn’t have been a more appropriate ending to a game that… Read More
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Melo Trimble Opts to Return For His Junior Year

Just hours before the 11:59 P.M. deadline on Wednesday evening, Melo Trimble decided to withdraw his name from NBA Draft consideration. Guaranteeing a third season in College Park. Trimble, who went through a shooting slump for the better part of his sophomore season, faced questions about his outside shot and decision-making from many scouts and executives. At the combine, he failed to quell those same fears… 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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Melo, Terps shine in New York with win over Huskies

The Terrapins were dominant in spurts during their 10 point victory over the Uconn Huskies in the Jimmy V Classic. In the bright lights, on the big stage at Madison Square Garden Maryland’s Melo Trimble looked like a pro. The sensational point guard scored a season high 25 points as he led his team past the Huskies who were a… 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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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
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