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Maryland basketball will be fine despite loss to Michigan

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Losing a conference game on the road in January, even when your opponent is missing its best player, doesn't mean it's time to worry.

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Maryland Basketball

It's not time to panic; Maryland was just out of sync against Michigan - Baltimore Sun
Peter Schmuck rationalizes Maryland's first Big Ten loss to Michigan on Tuesday night in Ann Arbor.

Maryland's Diamond Stone still believes ‘we're the No. 1 team in the country' - Washington Post
Stone talks about how every team should have the attitude that they're the No. 1 team in the country. "We have depth. No matter who is in the game, we're the number one team in the country, no matter what," Stone said, later adding: "I think every team in the country should think they're the number one team in the country, so I think that's our mindset and that's how we play."

NCAA rule changes likely to affect Maryland basketball players - Testudo Times
Diamond Stone, Melo Trimble and Robert Carter should all benefit from these new NCAA rule changes: players can now declare for the NBA Draft 10 days before the NBA Draft combine in May; players can participate in one NBA tryout per team without risking the remaining years of their eligibility and underclassmen can now go through the combine's scrimmages and other drills so scouts and executives can see what they're made off before the draft.

Turgeon unknowingly foreshadowed late-game situation vs. Michigan | CSN Mid-Atl changesantic
When talking to the media before Tuesday's loss to Michigan, Mark Turgeon unknowingly foreshadowed the exact situation his team would face.

How two fouls changed the trajectory of Maryland's loss to Michigan | CSN Mid-Atlantic
Melo Trimble getting in foul trouble early and having to sit down with two fouls changed the momentum of the game."It was the first time all year he’s been in foul trouble, so we kind of were looking around like, OK. We rely on Melo and he totally lost his rhythm. He has carried us until he lost his rhythm tonight. It was hard," Maryland head coach Mark Turgeon said.

Maryland Football

Maryland completes its staff with O-line coach Dave Borbely - Baltimore Sun
Maryland announced the hiring of Dave Borbely as offensive line coach, which puts the finishing touches on coach DJ Durkin's first staff.

Four Maryland recruiting storylines to watch at the end of the 'dead period' - Baltimore Sun
The college football season will get underway at 12:01 a.m. Thursday with the end of the dead period of recruiting and the beginning of the last contact period before signing day, which is Feb. 3. During a contact period, coaches are allowed to visit a prospective recruit at his high school or out of school and recruits can visit schools to meet with coaches.