NCAAB Terps 

Three-for-Three,Maryland wins Conference Tournament

It was fitting for the Maryland Terrapins to cap off their Big Ten Conference Tournament Three-Peat with a double-double from Senior center Brionna Jones. Her 27 points and 12 rebounds helped pace the Terps in their 74-64 win over the Purdue Boilermakers. Jones was named the tournament’s Most Outstanding Player. After beating a feisty Minnesota team on Senior Day, the… Read More
NCAAB Terps 

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
King's Court NCAAB 

King’s Court: Best First Day of NCAA Tournament Ever

If you are a fan of reality television, but don’t watch sports, especially March Madness, I question what you define as “reality.” Every single March, millions upon millions of people are glued to their television sets, smartphones, tablets, etc. to watch March Madness. Most people who watch the tournament are typically basketball fans who fill out a yearly bracket in… Read More
NCAAB Terps 

2015 Big Ten Tournament Preview

MyMindOnSport’s Troy Jefferson previews and predicts the Big Ten Tournament, which begins on March 11th and concludes on March 15th. Frontrunners Wisconsin (16-2) Frank Kaminsky and the Badgers are the favorites to win the Big Ten Tournament. Bo Ryan’s gritty style will make for a tough out but a team with impact bigs like Purdue and UMD could give them… Read More