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MM 11.2: Maryland men’s basketball to host Thanksgiving weekend tournament, per reports

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

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Maryland men’s basketball will host the Navy Midshipmen and Mount St. Mary’s Mountaineers in a three-team, two-game tournament right after Thanksgiving, CBS insider Jon Rothstein reported.

In the round-robin event at Xfinity Center, the Terps will face Navy on Friday, Nov. 27 and Mount St. Mary’s on Sunday, Nov. 29.

Maryland hasn’t faced either of these schools since November 2018. The Terps defeated the Midshipmen, 78-57, in Annapolis and were victorious against the Mountaineers in a 92-77 game at Xfinity Center. Then-sophomore guard Darryl Morsell reached double-digit scoring in both games.

While much remains unclear about Maryland’s schedule for the 2020-21 season, the team announced last week that it will take on Clemson in the Big Ten/ACC Challenge.

In Other News

Maryland football pulled off a 45-44 overtime victory over Minnesota in its home opener on Friday evening.

Mike gave his four takeaways from the game.

Lila wrote a feature on quarterback Taulia Tagovailoa’s performance.

Former Terp J.C. Jackson picked off Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen Sunday.

After Terps quarterback Taulia Tagovailoa earned his first career win on Friday, his brother, Tua, started for the Miami Dolphins on Sunday.

The Maryland men’s basketball team supported voters at the Xfinity Center polling location.

Maryland men’s soccer forward Justin Gielen used his head to knock in a goal during a scrimmage.

Maryland teams celebrated Halloween on Saturday.

Maryland baseball continues to grind in the fall.