MARYLAND TERRAPINS NEWS
Maryland senior guard Rasheed Sulaimon was dismissed from Duke last season after being accused of rape. Sulaimon was never charged, but he has still heard taunts about his past from opposing crowds this season. During today’s 74-65 loss to Michigan State, Sulaimon heard “No means no” chants directed at him from Michigan State students, according to reporters on the scene...
After suffering a difficult loss to a reeling Michigan State team, Maryland basketball finds themselves in an interesting position. They are third in the Big Ten standings and have yet to consistently exhibit dominance this season. Here are three things the Terrapins need to improve upon in order to remain in contention for a national championship. The first area of improvement...
An ugly win is still a win, especially when the eighth-ranked Maryland Terrapins were hosting the third-ranked Iowa Hawkeyes in a Big Ten game with enormous seeding implications, in both the upcoming conference tournament and, with bigger goals in mind for both teams at this point in the season, the NCAA tournament. “It wasn’t always pretty, but we played hard and we competed...
After less than two weeks being committed to Maryland, a three-star lineman has rescinded his pledge to the Terrapins.
Maryland faces a Purdue team with unique size on Saturday in College Park. Here are 5 things you need to know as the Terps try to get a Top 25 win.
WASHINGTON — Maryland men’s basketball moves up to No. 2 in this week’s AP and Coaches Top 25 polls. This is the highest ranking for the Terrapins since the week of Nov. 30, when they were previously ranked second in the AP college basketball poll. Villanova becomes the new No. 1 for the first time in school history. Maryland received 13 first-place votes to Villanova’s...
COLLEGE PARK, Md. — Taking a break from its rigorous Big Ten schedule, No. 2 Maryland enjoyed a stress-free encounter against an overmatched foe. In the process, the Terrapins broke a school record that had stood for 35 years. Rasheed Sulaimon scored 16 points, and Maryland’s reserves received plenty of playing time in a 93-62 victory over Bowie State on Tuesday night. After...
Despite changing coaches midway through the year, Maryland ended up with a class that looked fairly similar on paper to recent groups of Terrapins signees. He was able to strengthen his future offensive front line and brought in a bunch of players to try to refurbish a secondary that struggled last season and will lose three starters. Scout.com national class ranking: 52Big Ten...
Jaylen Brantley played well in 21 minutes for Maryland last night. Is he finally ready? If he is, this is how he could change everything for the Terrapins.
The Maryland Terrapins impressed yet again last night, with a 93-62 domination over the D-2 Bowie State Bulldogs. Yet again, the Terps are dominating; they are #2 in this week’s AP poll and remain undefeated at home. As the team prepares for a visit from Big Ten rival Wisconsin, a foe that was defeated by a buzzer-beater three-point basket from Melo Trimble just a few weeks ago...
Maryland Terrapins freshman center Diamond Stone intentionally shoved an opponent's head into the floor during Saturday night's game against Wisconsin.Stone fell on top of Wisconsin junior forward Vitto Brown underneath the basket late in the first half and slammed his head onto the court as he got up. The video doesn't lie. Amazingly, Stone was not given a flagrant 2 foul, which...
No. 5 Maryland jumped to a big lead and clamped down on Northwestern at the very end. In between, the Terrapins turned away several charges by the Wildcats.
Maryland suffered its second straight loss on Thursday night, this time to a Minnesota team that entered on a 14-game losing streak. Is two bad losses in a row a slump? The Terps certainly seem to have the symptoms of a slump. Let’s call it a slump. After sealing the win at the free throw […]
Maryland was without freshman star Diamond Stone because of a suspension in Thursday's loss to Minnesota. Here is how his absence affected the Terrapins.
It was all but a must-win for Maryland on Sunday against Michigan. Despite a fight from the Wolverines, the Terrapins got a crucial victory. Here are 5 things you need to know.
COLLEGE PARK, Md. (AP) Robert Carter scored 17 points as sixth-ranked Maryland bounced back from consecutive losses with a 86-82 victory over Michigan on Sunday. Jake Layman had 16 points, while Melo Trimble finished with 13 for Maryland (23-5, 11-4 Big Ten). Freshman Diamond Stone added 13 points after being suspended for the previous game by Maryland coach Mark Turgeon for a...
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Shatori Walker-Kimbrough scored 22 points and Brionna Jones added 14 points and 11 rebounds to help the sixth-ranked Terrapins beat Rutgers 73-59 on Sunday.
There is still time and a lot can change in this violate college basketball season. But based on what we know now, No.10-ranked Maryland is starting to resemble the Jeb Bush of Final Four contenders – an early frontrunner that could be knocked out before things really get going. The Terrapins, No.3 in both preseason polls and in the top 10 all season long, has wobbled down the...
The Maryland Terrapins have hit a rough patch, this close to March Madness. The team, which went undefeated to start its season, experienced its first losing streak since March 2014 last week. Right now, tteam has experienced one of the hardest times of this season. The playoffs are right around the corner, and now, one AP voter has spoken out, saying that the Terps aren’t really...
COLLEGE PARK, Md. (AP) Coming off a rare six-day break that could not possibly have come at a better time, No. 10 Maryland expects to play its best basketball of the season at a time when it matters most. After losing at home to Wisconsin on Feb. 13, absorbing an embarrassing defeat against Minnesota and squeezing past Michigan last Sunday, the Terrapins retreated to the film...
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February 26, 2016 | Discuss
Five-star Maryland target Josh Jackson did not list the Terrapins among three schools when asked about his recruitment on CSN Bay Area Friday.
One offensive set Maryland ran defined the first matchup between the Terrapins and Boilermakers. How Purdue adjusts could change Saturday's game.
COLLEGE PARK, Md. (AP) Maryland is struggling at a time when it should be nearing its peak. Coach Mark Turgeon apparently is not at all worried, given his response Wednesday when reminded that the 14th-ranked Terrapins have lost three of four. ''We've won one out of two, haven't we?'' Turgeon said with a grin. True enough, yet Maryland fell out of contention for the Big Ten title...
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March 02, 2016 | Discuss
On a night honoring Maryland's seniors, the underclassmen gave the seniors a boost in leading the Terrapins to a victory over Illinois. Here are 5 things you need to know.
COLLEGE PARK, Md. (AP) Melo Trimble and Jake Layman scored 18 points each, and No. 14 Maryland closed out its home schedule with its best game in weeks, an 81-55 rout of Illinois on Thursday night. Jared Nickens and Robert Carter Jr. had 14 points apiece for the Terrapins, who never trailed. Maryland (24-6, 12-5 Big Ten) had lost three of four since climbing to No. 2 in the AP...
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March 03, 2016 | Discuss
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