It didn’t take a one-man gang named Melo Trimble to end Maryland’s late season slump. It took a 10-man gang that was so balanced and so connected that not a single player reached double figures in scoring until the final five minutes in Tuesday's 79-59 victory here at Rutgers.
The start of the second half of games had been the biggest problem for the Maryland men's basketball team during its first three-game losing streak in five years.
A late-season road trip to Rutgers was not supposed to be fraught with such potential peril for the Maryland men's basketball team. The Terps will be facing an opponent that has been more competitive than its 2-14 Big Ten record indicates, and facing pressure that is seemingly building during a...
After losing both of its home games by double digits last week to Minnesota and Iowa, Maryland didn’t just fall out of the Associated Press Top 25 media poll. Just as they have done during what is now a three-game losing streak, the Terps plummeted, dropping from No. 24 to getting just a single...
Going into its game Feb. 19 at Wisconsin, the Maryland men's basketball team and Melo Trimble seemed to have played through the first two-game losing streak of the season and a four-game shooting funk for the star junior guard.
Not only has No. 24 Maryland (22-6, 10-5) overachieved to a large degree, but Mark Turgeon’s young team still has time to fix its problems.
Led by freshmen Jordan Bohannon and Tyler Cook, Iowa torched Maryland’s defense from 3-point range and manhandled the Terps inside en route to a never-in-doubt 83-69 victory.
Members of the 2001 and 2002 Maryland Final Four teams got together Saturday as they were honored in College Park.