Maryland basketball almost (but not) certainly earns Big Ten double bye with 2-1 finish - Testudo Times
With Iowa's loss to Wisconsin, Maryland is now back in the driver's seat for the No. 1 seed in the B1G Tournament. If the Terps win out, they get the No. 1 seed. But if they go 1-2, they very well could not get a double-bye. Shows how important the game against Purdue is for Maryland.
Williams: A reasonable explanation for Melo Trimble's recent struggles | CSN Mid-Atlantic
What is at the root of Melo Trimble's struggles? Gary Williams has a reasonable explanation that comes with progressing as a college basketball player. "Teams are going to come after you a little harder and I think that’s happening. Plus when you miss and you’re used making it, that’s really a shock. I mean, you’ve got to go through that. It’s one thing if you’re not a good shooter and he’s a good shooter and he’s used to making those shots," he said.
Bracketology: Villanova, Xavier are No. 1 seeds, but expect one to drop - Washington Post
This came out before Nova's loss last night, so thing might look a little different now, but Maryland was a No. 4 seed.
Former Maryland Star Lonny Baxter Talks Terps, Coaching Future - InsideMDSports
Lonny Baxter is another member of Maryland's 2002 National Championship team looking to get into coaching. He had a short stint coaching at Clinton Christian High School (Md.) last year and spent the summer with the DC Thunder 15-under AAU program as an assistant coach.
You won't find Maryland kicker Brad Craddock watching Ravens' Justin Tucker - Baltimore Sun
As he prepares for the NFL draft, former Maryland kicker Brad Craddock is working daily with former Raven Matt Stover. He won't be watching tape of Justin Tucker.