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MM 10.6: Maryland basketball announces men’s and women’s nationally televised games for 2021-22

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This is the Maryland Minute, a short story followed by a roundup of Terps-related news.

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The Maryland men’s basketball program revealed that it will get five games on network television for the 2021-22 season, while the Maryland women’s basketball team will play 13 total games on national television this season, both programs announced on Tuesday.

For the men, their five games on network television mark the most regular-season network television selections in program history. Four of the men’s five games are coming on CBS and the other will be on FOX. Maryland will also appear on ESPN six times, FS1 twice and Big Ten Network 13 times during this upcoming season.

The women’s program will have 10 of its 18 Big Ten matchups nationally televised. Maryland will participate in four games on ESPN or ESPN2, which includes its meeting with South Carolina as part of the Jimmy V Classic on Nov. 13. The Terps’ matchups against Indiana on Jan. 2, Michigan on Jan. 16, and Iowa on Feb. 14 will also all be on ESPN2.

Both of the men’s and women’s programs are expected to be in the top 25 this season, and as a result, the Terps will have their fair share of appearances on national television.

In other news

Maryland football star wide receiver Dontay Demus Jr. is out for the year with a knee injury.

Maryland women’s soccer forward Alyssa Poarch was ruled out for the remainder of the season with a knee injury.

Matt wrote another edition of Terps in the NFL for the fourth week of the season.

Maryland volleyball (13-3) leads the Big Ten in digs with just over 16 digs per set.

Maryland women’s basketball head coach Brenda Frese was mic’d up at practice.

Maryland tennis’ Selma Cadar is the Terp of the Week.

Maryland field hockey shared some information about junior midfielder Emma DeBerdine.

Maryland football shared its support for Demus Jr.