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Maryland basketball is now No. 19 in Ken Pomeroy's rankings following loss to Minnesota

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It's Friday's Maryland Minute, which is full of sad news about Maryland basketball.

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Maryland basketball

2016 Pomeroy College Basketball Ratings
After a home loss to Wisconsin and a road defeat to Minnesota, Maryland has dropped from No. 6 in Ken Pomeroy's rankings all the way down to No. 19.

Power Rankings: Kansas rises to No. 1 | SI.com
Maryland's offense really needs to pick it up over the next few weeks. This was also published before Maryland's loss to Minnesota, so expect the Terps to tumble.

Gary Williams Talks Terps, Trimble and Stone's Suspension
The hall of fame coach always has interesting insight and analysis on the Terps.

2015-16 Week 14 Big Ten Basketball Power Rankings: Iowa Hawkeyes Maintain Lead
We have entered the stretch run of the Big Ten regular season, and Maryland checks in at their steady number two. Again, this was before Thursday's loss to the Gophers.

Off-Topic Empire: B1G Coaches As Failed Presidential Campaigns
The Howard Dean analogy is just perfect.

Maryland football

Maryland football will hold DJ Durkin's first spring game on April 16
Terp fan's first chance to see DJ Durkin prowling the side line is now set. All the information on the annual Red vs. White game is available here.

2015 game of the year, one to watch in 2016: Maryland Terrapins
There were not many games for Maryland fans to fondly remember from 2015. The Terps come from behind win against Rutgers in the season finale was at least a a good way to end a tough year.

Maryland baseball

With its coach settled, Maryland baseball looks to make bigger moves
John Szefc has lead Maryland to two super regionals in a row, and the Terps have been picked to finish second in the Big Ten this year. Szefc is in it for the long haul and wants to build a program that can one day host a super regional.

College basketball

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.