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Under Armour isn't commenting on its basketballs, which Mark Turgeon says are 'an edge' for Maryland

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After complaints from players at schools not sponsored by Under Armour, the apparel giant had no comment about its basketballs.

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Basketball

Under Armour declines to weigh in on its basketballs used by Maryland and other schools - Baltimore Sun
After some complaints from Wisconsin and other schools, Under Armour declined to comment on its basketballs used by Maryland and other schools.

How George Washington revived its program with international talent - SBNation.com
Alex wrote this, about former Maryland assistant Mike Lonergan's approach to building up a roster at GW.

No. 6 Maryland men aim to alleviate growing concerns in visit to Minnesota - Baltimore Sun
What was once viewed as a disturbing trend for a Maryland men's basketball team many are still picking to reach the Final Four has suddenly become a bright red flag for the now-No.6 Terps. There is a common theme that Maryland (22-4, 10-3 Big Ten) repeated in Saturday's 70-57 loss to Wisconsin at Xfinity Center. The Terps were done in by a series of first-half turnovers, a lack of 3-point defense and an inability to rebound.

Terps Expecting Bounce-Back from Melo Trimble
Maryland coach Mark Turgeon addresses Melo Trimble's health and his expectations for the Terps' recently struggling point guard. "I think he’s fine. I think he’s healthy," Turgeon said. "He’s really moved well this week. A couple of days this week in practice he’s had his speed back on defense, which was good to see. I think he’s almost 100 percent healthy."We’ve had some time off -- we’re playing fewer games right around now -- we’re hoping that because of that Melo’s going to get back closer to 100 percent as we head into the postseason."

Players vow Stone '100 percent invested' after suspension | CSN Mid-Atlantic
Diamond Stone will serve his one-game suspension on Thursday against Minnesota. His teammates vow he will return after that refocused and fully invested.

Maryland Football

Terps, Hokies announced 4-year series starting in 2026 | CSN Mid-Atlantic
Maryland and Virginia Tech have announced a four-game series, but you will have to wait awhile to see them play. The two football programs will meet again September 19, 2026. They haven't played one another since November 2013.

Maryland Baseball

2016 Road To Omaha: Preseason Field Of 64 | D1Baseball.com
Maryland is listed as a No. 2 seed in the Charlotte regional.

Maryland Softball

Softball coach Julie Wright implements captains in attempts to change the Maryland culture - Testudo Times
With four new captains, the Terrapins hope to foster a winning tradition.