1. Terps, Mark Turgeon See Opportunity vs. Ohio State in ACC/Big Ten Challenge

    This May, Mark Turgeon was sitting at a recruiting event with Pittsburgh Coach Jamie Dixon when the conversation turned to the ACC/Big Ten Challenge...

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  2. Before Big Ten Return, Transfer Evan Smotrycz Has Already Given Terps Plenty

    One year ago, Evan Smotrycz learned that the program he joined would switch to the conference he left — not that it mattered much to him...

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  3. Mark Turgeon and Brenda Frese Initially Opposed Move to Big Ten Conference

    A year ago, coaches representing the University of Maryland's 19 athletic teams lined up across the back wall of a meeting room in the student union, all dressed in red...

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  4. Layman Leads Maryland Past Morgan State 89-62

    COLLEGE PARK, Md. -- Jake Layman scored a career-high 27 points and Evan Smotrycz had 19 points and 12 rebounds as Maryland beat crosstown foe Morgan State 89-62 Friday night. .....

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  5. Terps Coach Mark Turgeon Discusses Hill's Resignation, Dixon Hiring

    Maryland Coach Mark Turgeon said Wednesday that assistant Dalonte Hill's DUI arrest in October — his third over the last five years — was a distraction for the Terrapins, but that Hill's resignation now allows the team to move forward...

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  6. Dalonte Hill Resigns, Terps Hire Juan Dixon

    Dalonte Hill, the Maryland men's basketball assistant who last month was charged with his third DUI in the past five years, has resigned from the program effective immediately, an individual with knowledge of the situation said Wednesday morning...

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  7. Sights and Sounds from the Paradise Jam Championship Game

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  8. Dez Wells Earns MVP Honors After Paradise Jam Championship

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  9. Maryland Crowned Paradise Jam Champion

    Junior Dez Wells had 13 points and connected on a floating jumper with a little more than a minute remaining as Maryland held on to a 56-52 win over Providence Monday en route to capturing the 2013 U...

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  10. Shaquille Cleare Has Strongest Game of the Season

    Shaquille Cleare rammed backward into his defender and called for the basketball. “Oh yeah,” the Maryland center told Dez Wells. “Oh yeah. Oh yeah.” At first, Wells bypassed Cleare...

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  11. Terps Pull Away from Marist in Second Half, 68-43

    ST. THOMAS, Virgin Islands — Here in paradise, the Maryland men's basketball team put its most disappointing loss in Mark Turgeon's first three seasons behind it...

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  12. Maryland Takes Down Marist 68-43

    ST. THOMAS, U.S. Virgin Islands -- Jake Layman scored 16 points, including 4 of 6 from 3-point range, as Maryland beat Marist 68-43 in the Paradise Jam on Friday...

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  13. Poor Terps Defense Against Oregon State 'shocked' Mark Turgeon

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  14. Turgeon Says Terps Will Work on 'Building Depth' Defensively at Paradise Jam

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  15. 3-Point Shot: Maryland's Struggling Start

    Andy Katz discusses Melvin Ejim's return from injury, Maryland's struggles at point guard and Belmont's hot start...

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  16. North Carolina Courts Uphold ACC's $52M Lawsuit Against Maryland

    A North Carolina court ruling could result in Maryland having to pay the full $52 million fee for leaving the ACC to join the Big Ten...

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  17. De-Fense: Interior Defense Becoming a Concern for Maryland

    Despite fantastic point guard play from freshman Roddy Peters, Maryland's defensive effort allowed Oregon State to score at will and defeat the Terps on Sunday...

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  18. Mark Turgeon: 'There's a Good Chance' Roddy Peters Will Start at Paradise Jam

    The Maryland men's basketball team sank to 1-2 after its loss to Oregon State on Sunday, just the second time in Coach Mark Turgeon's career that he has been under .500 through three games...

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  19. Video: Remembering Len Bias

    Len Bias would have been 50 years old on Nov. 18. Andy Katz and Seth Greenberg look back on a career and a life that ended too soon...

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  20. Maryland's Trouble At The Point

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  21. Terps Fall with President Obama Watching at Comcast Center

    Mark Turgeon rubbed his face with both hands, staring down at the box score. The Maryland men's basketball team's rebounding was abysmal in a 90-83 loss to Oregon State, the defense porous...

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  22. Obama Planning to Attend Maryland Game Against Oregon State

    Astute Maryland basketball fans had long known that the Terps might not be the biggest headliners at Sunday's game against Oregon State...

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  23. Morning Review: Terps Overcome Another Troubling Slow Start

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  24. Three Future Terps Sign National Letters of Intent

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  25. ACC Tournament Coming to DC…Once Terps Leave

    At this point, no one should really be debating the notion that ACC commish John Swofford is both an evil genius interlaced with Vince McMahon...

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