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NCAA Tournament game thread: No. 8-seed Maryland men’s basketball vs. No. 1-seed Alabama

Join the conversation throughout the Terps’ attempt to make the Sweet 16.

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No. 8-seed Maryland men’s basketball (22-12) takes on No. 1 overall seed Alabama (30-5) with a trip to the Sweet 16 on the line.

Tipoff is set for approximately 9:40 p.m. ET on TBS. DraftKings Sportsbook tabs the Crimson Tide as 8.5-point favorites.

This is your space for thoughts, observations or whatever you would like to share, but please be respectful.

Catch up before the game

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How to watch Maryland men’s basketball’s round of 32 game against Alabama

Odds for No. 8-seed Maryland men’s basketball’s second-round matchup against No. 1-seed Alabama

Testudo Times Podcast: Instant reaction to Maryland’s round of 64 win

Takeaways from Maryland men’s basketball’s thrilling first-round win over West Virginia

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Kevin Willard has ridden grit and tradition to early success at Maryland

Kyle Tarp’s passion, enthusiasm has brought strength to Maryland for over a decade

Julian Reese’s rapid rise has been key to Maryland men’s basketball’s success

Jahmir Young named to All-Big Ten second team, three other Terps earn honorable mentions

Maryland men’s basketball film breakdown: The Jahmir Young experience

Analyzing Maryland men’s basketball’s Big Ten home/road offensive splits

Ian Martinez didn’t just take the long route from Costa Rica to Maryland — he blazed the trail

Canadian journeyman Patrick Emilien’s work ethic proves it is better late than never

Maryland men’s basketball film breakdown: A look at Donta Scott’s terrific start

Donta Scott is the key piece to Maryland men’s basketball’s puzzle

Under Grant Billmeier, Julian Reese and Maryland men’s basketball’s frontcourt look to make strides

Jahmir Young and Don Carey return home to Maryland to form Kevin Willard’s first starting backcourt