We got a loaded MM for you all today. Kudos to Ben B. for help on the links.
Terps come in at #3. I still think MD is the second best team in the ACC after Duke, but it's hard to argue being behind Wake after they won the head-to-head matchup.
Numero tres, again.
Number two behind Georgetown. I still don't understand why a Terps/Hoyas matchup doesn't happen every season.
Provided they keep winning ACC games, of course.
Honestly, I'd rather be a 10 than an 8.
Against Dayton, Kentucky in the second round. Doesn't sound like Sweet 16 potential there.
My Take: If you put a gun to my head today, I'd say we end up with a 4 or 5 seed.
I won't complain about that. Safely back in.
Terps are 29th in the AP, 32nd in the USA Today. If they split their next two, I think they'll see a very slight rise, probably not enough to get into the rankings just yet.
I'd have to agree, this haul was ridiculous. Imagine what he can do with a good season.
Tyler Smith cracks the list. This line made me drool:
"Think Joe Flacco, and you're not too far off."
Interesting piece from Kevin Cowherd at The Sun. Gary doesn't crack smiles very often. It's just not his personality. Some people need to have that demeanor to be at their best.
Came across this and thought it was interesting. The Charm City Challenge has always been a great showcase for Baltimore basketball talent. Hopefully a certain Baltimore-based apparel company can pick up the event...
Slow weekend, but always good linkage.
Just in case you missed Ben B's story on GV and his POY candidacy ...
Been a good week for Greivis. Just another award - second time this year - to propel his player of the year campaign.
We all know his Terp hoop knowledge, but he's sitll a major media member with clout:
• Anyone else out there noticing that Maryland guard Greivis Vasquez is the best player in the ACC?