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CBS Sports's Seth Davis ranks Terps No. 1 team in college basketball

Maryland's basketball season officially starts this week, plus assorted links in Monday's Maryland Minute.

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Happy Monday to all. It's quite a time for Maryland athletics, these days, so there's a lot to go over.

Maryland basketball

I promise, we're getting close to the point where we're done talking about who ranks Maryland where. But this is sort of interesting only because it should dispel any misplaced notions that CBS's Seth Davis had it out for Maryland last year, when he repeatedly kept them lower on his rankings than Maryland fans thought the Terps deserved. Of course, that didn't much matter then and doesn't much matter now, but hey.

Top transfers: Maryland's Rasheed Sulaimon makes our list -
Maryland connections all over the place here, with Sulaimon and Virginia Tech's Seth Allen both showing up. Plus, there's Louisville's Damion Lee, who Maryland recruited hard but didn't get before securing Sulaimon.

Hall of Famer Darrell Green speaks to Maryland basketball team – CSN Mid-Atlantic
The Terps got a visit from a special guest.

Five-Star Target Mario Kegler Intends to Announce Wednesday – Inside Maryland Sports
It's been widely rumored that Kegler won't come to Maryland, but perhaps he's got a trick up his sleeve.

Maryland football

Maryland's next football coach is going to look really smart without doing much - Testudo Times
I think Maryland's in line to be pretty decent next year, and the next coach will only ride the wave.

Maryland’s Brad Craddock expected to miss Saturday’s game at Michigan State – Washington Post
Tough news for Maryland's star kicker.

A closer look at Maryland's onside-kick recovery that wasn't - Testudo Times
This fooled a bunch of us for a second (me included), but Maryland's null offside kick was only 50 percent as bad as it looked.


No. 7 Maryland field hockey throttles No. 10 Michigan, wins Big Ten Tournament - Testudo Times
The Terps are a juggernaut.

Maryland men's soccer defeats Michigan, advances to Big Ten Tournament semifinals - Testudo Times
The Terps had the lead all game and pulled away late to advance past the Wolverines.