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Maryland basketball sitting inside top 10 in Ken Pomeroy's ratings

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It's Friday's Maryland Minute.

Mary Langenfeld-USA TODAY Sports

Happy Friday, Terps fans. Here's what we're looking at:

Maryland basketball

We just wanted to make sure everyone saw this:

College basketball analytics czar Ken Pomeroy has long been a source of consternation for some of our community members. Maryland started its season ranked No. 24 nationally in Pomeroy's model, in part due to a strong conflictbetween Maryland's roster composition and the methodology the model uses. Anyway, Maryland got into the top 10 at the end of January. Just dropping this here as a reminder that Pomeroy now likes Maryland more than bracketologists do. -Alex Kirshner

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