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Maryland Minute 1.19.15: More from a big weekend in Terrapin sports

Two big commitments and a huge basketball win.

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Big Ten Basketball: Who is the conference’s toughest player? « Big Ten Network
Melo Trimble gets a vote!

How Jake Layman grabbed his 'lunch bucket' vs. MSU | Comcast SportsNet Baltimore
Tom Izzo on Layman: “Either through [head coach Mark Turgeon], through him himself, through the other players, give him credit. He did what you should do. You don’t play well, you go back, grab your lunch bucket, and you figure out what you did wrong.”

Melo Trimble has been breakout performer during his first 19 games at Maryland - The Washington Post
Freshman guard Melo Trimble had a breakout performance Saturday against Michigan State, and his play will be critical as the Terps seek their first NCAA tournament berth since 2010.


Oseh Saine "Fell In Love" With Maryland ($)
Oseh Saine had already planned to sign with Maryland, but his official visit this weekend sealed the deal, and now he'll enroll almost immediately.

Best of the college football recruiting visits: Big Ten - ESPN
Includes a tweet from Oseh Saine and a Vine from Adam McLean.


One question facing every Big Ten football team this offseason « Big Ten Network
For Maryland, Tom Dienhart wants to know who will replace the four departing linebackers.

The Big Ten is back, despite including the Big Ten West -
Ohio State won a championship. That's great for the conference. But it just shows how lopsided the Big Ten's divisions will continue to get in the future.

Former Maryland wide receiver Tony Logan recounts Monday’s fatal Metro incident - The Washington Post
“People began panicking and screaming, ‘We are going to die if they don’t get us out of here,’” Logan said. “They were coughing violently, fainting … some were banging on the windows.”

The 4 things to know about the new NCAA's autonomy structure -
The governing body is tweaking its rules to give more power to the five big conferences, but outside forces might still do more to change college sports.