Final Four Projections: CollegeHoopsDigest Writers

The scribes here at CollegeHoopsDigest have consulted their Magic 8 Balls, Ouija Boards and the octopus that picked the World Cup games to come up with this year's Final Four projections. Feel free to weigh in on twitter. Brian Wilmer (@sportsmatters): Kentucky, Arizona, Virginia, Duke. Kentucky over Virginia.Terry Cook (@OccupyEutawSt): Kentucky, Arizona, Villanova, Gonzaga....
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Terps Roll Over Michigan 66-56; Finish Home Slate Undefeated in Big 10 Play

Dez Wells Final Home Game Resulted in a Win/usatoday.comby Terry Cook@OccupyEutawStCollege Park, MD----Senior Day in College Park is always an emotional day, but today held much more meaning as the Terrapins, ranked #14 nationally, had a lot to play for, as they are in a battle for 2nd place in the B1G with Purdue and Michigan State, with a potential double bye looming if they continue...
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27 days ago  |  Discuss

The Dez Wells Takeover (Or the Unexpected Emergence of Cheko): Maryland Beats Wisconsin 59-53

Dez Wells Had 26 Points vs Wisconsin/usatodaysports.comby Terry Cook@OccupyEutawStTuesday night in College Park, MD boasted one of the premier match ups the B1G had to offer this year, as the Wisconsin Badgers faced Maryland on their home court.  Wisconsin brought with it a top 5 national ranking, sits atop the B1G, and carries one of the best players in the country in Frank Kaminsky...
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February 24, 2015  |  Discuss

Terp Triumph: #12 Maryland Defeats Rutgers 70-58

Jake Layman Had 12 Points and 13 Boards for the Terps/foxnews.comby Terry Cook@OccupyEutawStTonight we saw a matchup of two schools in their inaugural year of B1G play face off, both riding high for different reasons.  Rutgers, 10-7 coming into tonight's game, was coming off an upset win vs the #4 team in the country in Wisconsin.  The same Scarlet Knights team that scored a measly...
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January 15, 2015  |  Discuss

Veteran Leadership Helps Terps Coast Past Fordham 66-50

by Terry Cook@OccupyEutawStMichal Cekovsky/AP.com Early season play continued at the Xfinity Center Thursday night, as the Fordham Rams lost to the Maryland Terrapins in a non-conference game, 66-50.  Fordham came into the game without its leading scoring threat, Eric Paschall, who was out with an irregular heartbeat.   A dead crowd of 9022 lead to a dead first half for both teams...
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November 20, 2014  |  Discuss

Thank You

To Our Readers:(our first press pass 1/10/13)2013 was a bellwether year for CollegeHoopsDigest.com, as well, we started the website in January. It's been one heck of a journey. What started as an innocuous press pass to an LIU game has turned into covering games almost daily in NYC, New Jersey, Washington DC, Tampa, Miami, Orlando, College Park MD and Philadelphia. We've been to...
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January 01, 2014  |  Discuss
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