Maryland Basketball: 5 Reasons Why the Terps May Be Snubbed Like the 2011 Hokies

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Maryland Basketball: 5 Reasons Why the Terps May Be Snubbed Like the 2011 Hokies
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It's always bittersweet to be a top seed in the NIT. So close, yet so far.

After a tough loss to Florida State Wednesday, Maryland head coach Mark Turgeon prepares his players for the rest of the ACC. As the season moves on, it is getting harder to ignore the similarities between this team and the Virginia Tech Hokies that were snubbed in the 2011 NCAA tournament.

Poor strength of schedule, inability to finish games, and only a few "big" wins are just some of the reasons why Maryland may face the same fate as the 2011 Hokies.

Here are five reasons why the Terps could become yet another snubbed bubble team.

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