Nigel Hayes calls out NCAA hypocrisy of using different basketballs at different schools - SBNation.com
This is going to be a thing again. The Badgers' star isn't happy that he'll be playing with an Under Armour basketball in College Park on Saturday. We're not experts on the merits of this concern, but it doesn't seem like something that's likely to drastically sway the outcome of the game.
Maryland point guard Melo Trimble can save the Terps -- if he can fight his own nature first – ESPN The Magazine
Melo Trimble is the engine that makes Maryland go, and this story takes a thoughtful look at the sophomore's personality and leadership qualities.
To Reach Their Goals, Terps "Need Ceko" – Inside Maryland Sports
Cekovsky is one of the more reliable role players. He rarely has a highlight reel play, but he always brings energy and defensive ability to the table. Really he just needs to play against Frank Kaminsky every night and he would be an all American.
2015-16 Week 13 Big Ten Basketball Power Rankings: Stability In The Standings – BT Powerhouse
The top three are unchanged from last week, with Maryland still number two.
The big interview with new Maryland head football coach DJ Durkin - Testudo Times
Really hope you had the chance to read through 15 minutes with the new Terps head coach.
Four former Maryland players invited to NFL combine – Baltimore Sun
Brad Craddock, Sean Davis, Quinton Jefferson and Yannick Ngakoue will look to impress scouts and boost their draft stock in Indianapolis. Ngakoue appears to be the most sought after prospect, and could go as high as the third round.
ESPN's Mel Kiper Jr. says former Terps Ngakoue and Jefferson could be 'bargains' in draft – Baltimore Sun
Ngakoue and Jefferson decided to enter a draft class with perhaps the most defensive line talent for a generation. Both could have benefited from another college season, if only to clear out some talent.
Maryland Received Highest Big Ten Payment Ever in Rookie Year – Inside Maryland Sports
The Terps cleared just over $35 million in Big Ten money last year. For reference, most ACC schools received about $20 million in 2013-14.