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  • Analyzing Maryland's win over Georgia Southern

    Analyzing Maryland's win over Georgia Southern
    Welcome back to Morning Shootaround, which will be a regular feature this season the day after Maryland basketball games. While we can’t bring you into the Terps’ locker room after games – reporters haven’t been allowed in there...
  • Terps face big test at Northwestern in ACC/Big Ten Challenge

    Terps face big test at Northwestern in ACC/Big Ten Challenge
    Just when Mark Turgeon had grown weary of answering questions about the Big Ten, along comes a game with a Big Ten school — Northwestern — to revive the discussion about Maryland's move to its new conference in 2014. It is just...
  • Dez Wells leads Terps past Northwestern in ACC/Big Ten Challenge

    Dez Wells leads Terps past Northwestern in ACC/Big Ten Challenge
    EVANSTON, Ill. — As Mark Turgeon walked briskly into Welsh-Ryan Arena wearing a business suit, a purple-clad Northwestern staff member intercepted the Maryland basketball coach, smiled and said: “Welcome to the conference.” Maryland...
  • Morning Shootaround: Looking back on Maryland's 86-70 win over Niagara

    Morning Shootaround: Looking back on Maryland's 86-70 win over Niagara
    Welcome back to Morning Shootaround, a regular feature this season the day after Maryland basketball games. We will recap what Maryland coach Mark Turgeon and his players said in the postgame news conference. We will give some of our own insight into what...
  • Collins is hype AND hope for Northwestern

    Collins is hype AND hope for Northwestern
    At Northwestern, words like "expectations," "hype" and "potential" usually are associated with football. But lately those words are starting to float around the men's basketball team. The reason for this phenomenon: new coach Chris Collins. It's rare...
  • NU gameday: Michigan routs Wildcats 94-66

    NU gameday: Michigan routs Wildcats 94-66
    To say that Trey Burke dominated Thursday would be like pointing out that Pat Fitzgerald digs purple. The point guard scored 23 points and dished out five assists in Michigan's 94-66 dismantling of Northwestern. The 94 points tied for the most allowed in...
  • Shoulder surgery ends season for NU's Crawford

    Shoulder surgery ends season for NU's Crawford
    Drew Crawford is done for the season, a harsh blow for a Northwestern team thirsting to make its first NCAA tournament. The 6-foot-5 senior swingman will seek a medical hardship waiver after he undergoes shoulder surgery for a torn labrum. School...
  • One-time NU commit Sina picks Seton Hall

    One-time NU commit Sina picks Seton Hall
    Where Fred Hill goes, Jaren Sina follows. Sina originally committed to Northwestern, where Hill was an assistant under Bill Carmody. On the same day Seton Hall announced that Hill would join head coach Kevin Willard’s staff, the 6-foot-1 combo...
  • Hardy to remain at Northwestern

    Hardy to remain at Northwestern
    After winning Tuesday’s news conference, Chris Collins no doubt believes he improved to 2-for-2 on Friday by retaining Tavaras Hardy. Northwestern’s longtime assistant is the program’s strongest link to Drew Crawford, who continues...
  • NU hoops inks Sina and Taphorn

    NU hoops inks Sina and Taphorn
    It’s official: Northwestern has signed point guard Jaren Sina and swingman Nate Taphorn for the 2013-14 season. The New Jersey-bred Sina is listed at 6-foot-2, 192 pounds and Taphorn, from downstate Pekin, is 6-7 and 190 pounds. NU coach Bill...
  • Academics at crux of Cobb suspension

    Academics at crux of Cobb suspension
    Academic issues were the main reason Northwestern suspended JerShon Cobb  for the 2012-13 season, the Tribune has learned. Subpar grades left Cobb ineligible for the fall quarter. And the talented swingman continues to struggle with left hip tendinitis...
  • Teel Time: Game in Philadelphia returns Duke's Collins to boyhood home

    Duke’s NCAA tournament Friday against Albany returns Blue Devils associate head coach Chris Collins to his boyhood home. Collins’ father, Doug, coaches the NBA’s Philadelphia 76ers and played for the team from 1973-81. Chris was born...