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Podcast: How Maryland basketball can bounce back after being bullied by Michigan State

Plus an overview of Mike Locksley’s latest hires and the women’s basketball team’s (relative) struggles.

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NCAA Basketball: Maryland at Michigan State Mike Carter-USA TODAY Sports

It’s the 144th episode of the Testudo Times Podcast, and Maryland basketball can be bullied as much they can bully teams on Monday’s evidence, sadly.

Thomas and Justin join me to go over these topics and more:

  • What went wrong for Maryland against Michigan State, and are these problems that may translate to further issues?
  • Is this team hitting the wall or are they approaching a point where they might?
  • What needs to turn around against Illinois and Northwestern?
  • Mike Locksley has made a bunch of hires. Who are they, what do they bring to the table, and what is left for him to do on the coaching and recruiting front?
  • Why does the women’s basketball team look as if they’re struggling in B1G play, relatively speaking?

We also enjoy Frances Tiafoe’s Aussie Open successes and re-patriate them as something related to Maryland athletics, because that’s something we can and should do (he’s also awesome). Enjoy the show!

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