IOWA CITY -- After practice in College Park on Wednesday, Maryland junior guard Jaylen Brantley was asked what “secret sauce” the Terps had used during their fast start to the Big Ten season, a 4-1 record that includes road wins at Michigan and Illinois. Brantley, who had scored 12 second-half...
The young Hawkeyes had a three-point lead and Peter Jok, the Big Ten’s leading scorer. But the No. 25 Terps had Melo Trimble, who carried Maryland from the brink of its first Big Ten road loss this season to an 84-76 victory, its third straight on the road and fifth in six league games overall.
Freshman wing Kevin Huerter will have his own reunion of sorts Thursday night when the No. 25 Terps play at Carver-Hawkeye Arena
Rarely do college basketball teams drop out of the Top 25 after victories, yet that is what happened to Maryland after it needed a second-half comeback to beat American in the season opener.
Maryland cornerback/return specialist Will Likely, who suffered a season-ending knee injury six games into his senior year, has been invited to the NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis, two sources with knowledge of the situation said Tuesday.
In the most impressive burst of his Maryland career, junior guard Jaylen Brantley went back to the future Saturday against Illinois at the State Farm Center.
Maryland coach Mark Turgeon knew the timing of Saturday’s game at Illinois was not good for his Terps. He knew that the memory of his team’s 25-point win in the Big Ten opener 18 days ago would still be on the minds of the Fighting Illini.
Coming off a career-high 15-point performance in Saturday’s road win at Michigan, Maryland men's basketball center Damonte Dodd had an even better game in Tuesday’s 75-72 victory over Indiana at Xfinity Center. Dodd had just six points and six rebounds, but tied a career-high with six blocks and...