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Testudo Times Podcast: The Maryland men’s basketball 2019-20 preview

We preview the 2019-20 Maryland men’s basketball season on this week’s podcast.

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The podcast you’ve all been waiting for is finally here. It’s the 172nd episode of the Testudo Times Podcast and the Maryland men’s basketball season is 13 days away.

Maryland came in ranked as the No. 7 team in the country in the Preseason AP Top 25 and there are extremely high hopes for the team this season.

Lila Bromberg, Cody Wilcox, and I preview the 2019-20 season of Maryland men’s basketball and give you everything you need to know. We discuss the expectations for the team, as well as the depth and hunger of this squad. We go into a deeper look at the roster and incoming freshman, before talking about the schedule and currently ranked opponents the Terps will face.

We also dive into predictions on the starting five, discuss which player we are most excited to watch and make Final Four predictions. We finish by answering some questions from fans that were asked on the podcast’s Twitter account, @TestudoTimesPod.

Here we talked about:

  • Expectations for this season
  • Who are the key players for Maryland during the 2019-20 season?
  • How talented is this team and how much depth does it really have?
  • What incoming freshman can make the most impact?
  • How tough is the schedule and what games standout?
  • Starting five predictions
  • Which player are we most excited to see?
  • Final Four predictions
  • Answering fan questions from Twitter

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