From Don Markus's piece at the Baltimore Sun:
"Stoglin, he plays for both teams," Greenberg said after Stoglin scored 28 points on 9 of 21 shooting. "The guy made tough, tough shots, but he also [took] some shots that gave us a chance to get back in the game. But when he’s making those tough shots, especially the guarded ones, you hope that’s your chance to win the game.”
It's one thing for a coach to call out his own players in the media, but to take a shot (ok, perhaps a backhanded compliment) at an opposing player shows a lack of class on Greenberg's behalf. I know he's biased against UMD due to the student section and their "choice" use of words (especially when Delaney was at Va Tech), but a coach should always be above that.
As far as Stogs is concerned, EVERY team in the ACC has a roster spot available for Stoglin. Yes, he's a volume scorer. Yes, he's out of control sometimes. Yes, of course, he's selfish with the ball. But, the kid is relentless and you just can't teach a player how to get to the rim, draw contact, and flat out score the way Stoglin can. It's an innate ability. I can't wait until he's a junior/senior and he's had the chance to mature a bit.