Interesting article in the Post with Turgeon's post game comments.
“I’d just had enough of selfishness, not boxing out, not defending,” said Turgeon. “You can go down our whole list, and if you can find a player who played well today, I’ll argue that you’re wrong. We were 0 for 14, or however many guys I played today.”
The Terrapins’ starting back court — Sean Mosley, Terrell Stoglin and freshman Nick Faust, who was converted into a point guard after Howard’s latest injury — combined for one assist and 11 turnovers. Maryland finished with 15 turnovers as a team, and the Cavaliers scored nearly one-third of their points off them (22 of 71).
“I feel like we didn’t give it our all,” Mosley said. “For a guy that won a lot of games here at the University of Maryland, I know what it takes to win. I’ve been on a lot of winning teams. It’s not easy to win; it’s very hard.
“I’m not saying that guys don’t buy into it,” Mosley continued. “But it takes hard work. You can’t just be satisfied with one win and then a loss and another win. You’ve got to build that winning streak up, so you can get on the road and build that confidence up and go into the ACC tournament with swag.”