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Looks like the same lineup versus Pittsburgh today -- Peters, Wells, Layman, Smotrycz and Cleare. After the success against Georgia Tech, this was to be expected. I think you could make an argument for starting Graham over Smotrycz, due to the redundancy of Layman/Smotrycz in the same lineup and his at-times ridiculous defensive inadequacies, but without Damonte Dodd as a consistent option Turgeon would probably like to keep two actual big men on the bench.
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It appears the two remaining candidates for the job are James Franklin and Mike Munchak. Earlier in the week, John Langley wrote about why Franklin would be a worst-case scenario for Maryland, and I agree -- he's got far more connections in this area than Munchak and Munchak is a failed NFL coach who has shown little to no interest in recruiting.
Morning review: Terps’ post play improved vs. shorthanded Georgia Tech
Alex Prewitt takes a look at Shaq Cleare's improvement against Georgia Tech. I talked about this a bit in my recap, but he looked much, much better than in recent weeks. Seth Allen's return has had a lot of windfall effects, and one of them is improved ball movement to the inside. Roddy Peters, in particular, has shown a penchant for the drive-and-dish, one of my favorite plays.
Maryland's Roddy Peters Sick Crossover and Hoop | ACC Must See Moment - YouTube
Another highlight from the Terps' win. Speaking of Peters, the kid's got talent.
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