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Maryland basketball projected as No. 1 seed in CBS Sports bracketology

In Wednesday's Maryland Minute: a heartwarming hospital trip, NCAA Tournament projections, Dion Wiley's injury and Maryland's interim football coach on the situation at Missouri.

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Maryland Men's Basketball Establishing Footing In Baltimore – Press Box
Several members of the Maryland basketball team (past and present) traveled from College Park, Md., to Baltimore to visit with patients at MedStar Harbor Hospital on November 10th. Certainly an interesting read.

Terps a No. 1 Seed in Season-Opening Bracketology – Inside Maryland Sports
CBS projects Maryland as a number one seed.  Unfortunately their projections place us in the West bracket, fortunately projections as premature as this carry very little weight. (Although I'd totally be very OKAY with a number one seed in any region.)

Maryland guard Dion Wiley out for season with torn right meniscus - Testudo Times
ICYMI: Maryland sophomore shooting guard Dion Wiley will miss four months with a torn right meniscus, the program announced Tuesday. A Maryland spokesman confirmed Wiley is expected to miss the season.

Terps' Dion Wiley Out for the Season Following Surgery – Inside Maryland Sports
In case you like your bad news from multiple sources.


Locksley Weighs in on Missouri Football Situation – Inside Maryland Sports
"What I told my team this morning about the Missouri situation is, it’s amazing what happens when a team comes together," said Locksley, who happens to be Maryland's first black head coach.

How Locksley's philosophy is granting opportunities and paying off – CSN Mid-Atlantic
Some of the players Locksley has been inserting into the line up for limited opportunities have been producing a little more than you may think.