NCAA Tournament 2016: Melo Trimble's free throw refuses to go down


How do you know when things aren't going your way? When stuff like this happens. This ball looked like it was going down twice but still spun out.

NCAA Tournament 2016: Looking back at the last time Maryland faced Kansas


The No. 5 seed Maryland Terrapins take on the No. 1 seed Kansas Jayhawks Thursday evening in Louisville with a trip to the Elite Eight on the line. For a number of Maryland fans, it might seem like a trip down memory lane. The last time the two schools met, the Terps defeated the Jayhawks 97-88 in the 2002 Final Four, in route to capturing the program's lone national title a few days later. Let's hope they can do it again 14 years later.

NCAA Tournament 2016: Maryland's Rasheed Sulaimon throws alley-op to Diamond Stone


Maryland was really struggling against Hawaii, but this alley-op from Rasheed Sulaimon to Damonte Dodd helped Maryland build a 12-point lead midway through the second half.

See Maryland's postgame news conference


After Maryland's win against South Dakota State, Mark Turgeon, Jake Layman, Robert Carter Jr. and Melo Trimble faced the press. Here's what they said.

Sulaimon's game-sealing steal


South Dakota State had the ball down 77-74 before Sulaimon's steal and breakaway dunk sealed Maryland's win.

Watch Durkin's NSD press conference


Coach Durkin addresses the media to discuss National Signing Day 2016

Watch former Maryland DB Sean Davis piledrive an opponent in the Senior Bowl


Davis is Maryland's lone representative on the field for Saturday's Senior Bowl, as Quinton Jefferson, who was also named to the team, is sitting out with a back injury.

Video: Hitler freaks out about Maryland


Adolf Hitler is bad. But a video of an actor pretending to be the Führer freaking out about the Maryland basketball team? That's very good. Thanks to reader hyena for passing this along.

Trimble, Stone connect for gorgeous oop


This is absolute disrespect. Someone pick up the jock strap sitting on the court in front of Maryland's bench.

Fear the turtle