Tracking the Terps

Tracking the Terps News and notes on Maryland football, basketball and other sports
Mike Leach was a rambling mess during 2010 interview for Maryland football job

"I've interviewed a lot of people for jobs in my career, and that was one of the more bizarre interviews."

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3-point shots: Observations and opinions from Maryland's win over Catholic

The Maryland men’s basketball team won by 17 points Tuesday night, and it had to be among the most discouraging 17-point wins in Division I basketball this season.

Of course, that’s because the Terps’ opponent in their 76-59 victory doesn’t play at that level. Catholic is a solid Division III program, but still a Division III program.

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Maryland surges past Division III Catholic, 76-59, but it's not pretty

The Maryland men’s basketball team played Catholic on Tuesday night because the Terps start final exams Wednesday, and who better to face before real tests than a Division III minnow? Maryland needed another opponent, one it didn’t have to worry about.

But at the first media timeout, the Terps trailed by five points. At the second media timeout, they were still down.

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Previewing Maryland basketball vs. Catholic: game time, odds and how to watch

Here's what you need to know about the Maryland men's basketball team's game against Division III Catholic on Tuesday.

Time: 7 p.m.

Location: Xfinity Center, College Park

Video: BTN2Go

Radio: 105.7 FM, 980 AM (Johnny Holliday, Chris Knoche, Walt Williams)

Records: Maryland (9-3) vs. Catholic (2-4)

Line: No line available

Team leaders: Points: Anthony Cowan Jr.

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Hard work finally pays off for Maryland forward Joshua Tomaic

Kyle Tarp puts Joshua Tomaic in select company when it comes to comparing the work ethic of the redshirt freshman forward to that of other Maryland players who have trained under the pleasantly maniacal director of performance for the men's basketball team.

“He’s up there with Rob Carter and Dez [Wells],” Tarp said Saturday. “That type of guy.

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No. 15 Terps women set program record for assists, rout short-handed Loyola Md., 114-45

The Greyhounds' Bri Betz-White, a preseason All-Patriot League selection, missed her second straight game with an injury.

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