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.
Maryland coach DJ Durkin brought back Tyler Bowen, who played and coached under Ralph Friedgen at Maryland, to coach the offensive line.
Click through the pictures above to catch up on the latest on every player and coach from the 2001-02 Maryland men's basketball team, which won the program's first national championship.
A year before the Maryland men's basketball team reached the Final Four for the first time in school history, two years before the Terps won their only national championship, the foundation was taking shape in the form of three young players whose jerseys now hang from the rafters of the Xfinity...
There was a different energy and focus coming from Maryland forward Ivan Bender in the first half of Wednesday's game against Minnesota. He was moving quicker, jumping higher, finishing stronger.
Melo Trimble seemed to be putting his shooting slump behind him, and the Terps, despite losing to then No. 11 Wisconsin on Sunday, seemed ready to close the season better than they did last season. Maybe not.