Dion Wiley's teammates were in class, a few maybe even still in bed, when the Maryland sophomore walked out of the empty locker room Friday morning ready for work.
A little more than 12 hours after the No. 8 Terps celebrated their biggest victory of the season — 74-68 over No. 3 Iowa at Xfinity Center — it was game time for Wiley, who is sitting out the season after tearing his meniscus in late October.
There was still a slight hitch to his gait, his right knee locked in a brace, as Wiley began what has recently become a five-day-a-week routine with Kyle Tarp, Maryland's director of basketball performance.
For more than an hour, Wiley followed Tarp's...