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Maryland Minute 3.18.15 - Are Terps on upset alert against Valparaiso?

Maryland is seen by many statistical models as being vulnerable against Valpo. Should the Terps be on upset alert?

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2015 NCAA Tournament: Most likely first-round upsets include Maryland, Louisville - The Washington Post
Maryland has benefited from a lot of luck this season, the second luckiest team in the nation according to Pomeroy’s numbers. This is going to be a tough battle for the Terps, making it a sound upset selection.

The NCAA Tournament’s Most Likely Upsets: Xavier and Maryland - WSJ
The Count’s annual statistical model that predicts NCAA tournament upsets sees Xavier and Maryland as vulnerable.

NCAA Bracket Predictions 2015: Maryland beats Kentucky, Duke wins it all -
Duke takes out Iowa State, Wisconsin and Virginia to run the table this year. Maryland upsets the favored Kentucky Wildcats. Here are bracket predictions expecting the unexpected.

Valparaiso expects Maryland's best, regardless of seed and location - Post-Tribune
Crusaders and Terrapins, both likely underseeded, have similarities in path, composition.

Maryland can lean on three players with NCAA tournament experience - The Frederick News-Post : News Article
Dez, Smo and Pack have all been in the Big Dance before.

Meet the 2015 NCAA Tournament Brand Bracket | NCAA Basketball | Sporting News
Bracket of brands.

Johnny Holiday Takes A Look At Maryland’s Road To The Final Four " CBS Baltimore
Johnny Holiday recaps the Terps loss to Michigan State and looks at the path Maryland will have to take to the Final Four.

Remaining 'unselfish' key to Terps' motion offense - Baltimore Sun
With the start of the NCAA Tournament, coach Mark Turgeon is hoping to see more efficiency than he did toward the end of the Big Ten Conference season, when opponents that played the Terps more than once figured out Maryland.

Melo Trimble sits on verge of Maryland history | Comcast SportsNet Baltimore
As Maryland enters the NCAA Tournament, its star freshman is sitting on the verge of program history.

Williams tells story of Steve Blake's HUGE shot vs. UConn | Comcast SportsNet Baltimore
We brought Gary Williams and Juan Dixon together to reminisce about Maryland's 2002 run to the NCAA Tournament. Here, they recall memories of the Elite Eight game vs. UConn. You will definitely want to watch this.

Juan and Gary: No way Terps were losing in 2002 tourney | Comcast SportsNet Baltimore
Former Maryland guard Juan Dixon and Hall of Fame head coach Gary Williams reminisce about 2002 – and how they weren't going to lose.