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  • Analyzing Maryland's win over George Mason

    Analyzing Maryland's win over George Mason
    Welcome back to Morning Shootaround, a regular feature the day after Maryland games. While we can’t bring you into the Terps’ lockerroom after games – reporters haven’t been allowed in there since the last couple of years under...
  • Terps tinker with lineup and easily defeat UMES, 100-68

    Terps tinker with lineup and easily defeat UMES, 100-68
    COLLEGE PARK – The busiest person at Comcast Center on Wednesday night may have been the public-address announcer, who spent the evening announcing wave after wave of Maryland substitutions — sometimes five players at a time. The...
  • Randallstown's Chris Manning talks about his Mount St. Mary's pledge

    Randallstown's Chris Manning talks about his Mount St. Mary's pledge
    When it came to picking a college, Chris Manning “didn’t see the point in waiting until” his senior year. Especially not after the Randallstown junior landed an offer from Mount St. Mary’s. “Really, it was just a great...
  • Terps face reeling Lafayette squad that was just routed by Kentucky

    Terps face reeling Lafayette squad that was just routed by Kentucky
    Maryland basketball coach Mark Turgeon had to reschedule this team's practice Monday in preparation for Tuesday's game against Lafayette in order to attend the campus news conference to announce the school's move to the Big Ten from the Atlantic Coast...
  • Maryland sophomore Nick Faust still finding his role with Terps

    Maryland sophomore Nick Faust still finding his role with Terps
    Nick Faust caught the ball in the corner, his hands in a shooter's position and his eyes focused on the rim as if the Maryland guard was ready to launch one of his rainbow jumpers. When a Lafayette defender took a step toward Faust, the 6-6 sophomore...
  • Terps fall to Kentucky, 72-69, despite big game from Alex Len

    Terps fall to Kentucky, 72-69, despite big game from Alex Len
    A largely untested Maryland team opened a promising basketball season Friday night hoping to deliver a performance worthy of its big moment — a chance to knock off defending national champion Kentucky in front of a sellout crowd at the stylish,...
  • Big rebounding numbers vs. Kentucky provide Maryland hope

    Big rebounding numbers vs. Kentucky provide Maryland hope
    The box score for Maryland's opening-game loss to Kentucky contained one gaudy, improbable number — 28. "I've never seen anything like it," Wildcats coach John Calipari said of the 28 offensive rebounds — 19 in the first half — the...
  • Ex-Kentucky star Sean Woods to lead Morehead State against Terps

    Ex-Kentucky star Sean Woods to lead Morehead State against Terps
    Sean Woods hit a shot that was nearly one of the biggest in Kentucky basketball history, a high-arching bank off the backboard on a drive down the lane in the waning seconds to put the Wildcats ahead against defending national champion Duke in the 1992...
  • Terps start slow, come to life in home opener

    Terps start slow, come to life in home opener
    COLLEGE PARK — These were just the sorts of games that Maryland often struggled to put away last season — nonconference contests against smaller teams that couldn't seem to hold the Terps' interest until the final moments. Maryland missed...
  • Former Dulaney star Will Darley commits to UMBC

    Former Dulaney star Will Darley commits to UMBC
    Two years and five inches ago, Will Darley was a Division II player at best. The 6-foot-3 guard was a top player for Dulaney, but his recruitment was limited to DIII schools and a handful of DIIs. The player Ed Huckaby Jr. saw this summer, however,...
  • Laurel hoopsters ready for another college season

    Brooklyn, the home of the 1970s TV sitcom show "Welcome Back Kotter," is hip once again. The New Jersey Nets of the National Basketball Association have moved east to Brooklyn, which has a pro team for the first time since 1957. The Nets are now playing...
  • Terps Trio: Hoops' nonconference schedule, Pe'Shon Howard, NIT scouting report

    Terps Trio: Hoops' nonconference schedule, Pe'Shon Howard, NIT scouting report
    Baltimore Sun reporters Jeff Barker and Don Markus and editor Matt Bracken weigh in on the three biggest topics of the past week in Maryland sports. Maryland’s nonconference schedule was so light. Will it be any tougher next season? Jeff Barker:...