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Mike Krzyzewski

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  • Maryland's 'Gary Williams Court' result of contentious decision

    Maryland's 'Gary Williams Court' result of contentious decision
    Maryland's decision to name the Comcast Center court for its all-time winningest men's basketball coach, Gary Williams, was bumpier than the public knew and came despite the objections from the coach with the second most wins in program history —...
  • Emotional Williams watches Maryland name basketball court after him

    Emotional Williams watches Maryland name basketball court after him
    From the illuminated silhouette showing a familiar figure pumping his fist that adorned the outside of the arena, to the season's first sellout crowd inside, Comcast Center had a different feel to it Wednesday night. It had a different feel to Gary...
  • Terps falls to Duke, 74-61

    Terps falls to Duke, 74-61
    Comcast Center was thick with memories Wednesday night. The nostalgia was created by the presence of retired Maryland coach Gary Williams, returning for one last pre-game fist pump to the student section as the court was dedicated in his name. It was...
  • Notes on Duke 74, Maryland 61

    Maryland point guard Pe'Shon Howard was asked by a reporter after the Duke game whether there was any solace to be had from staying close to the Blue Devils for most of the game. It was evident from Howard's unchanging expression that the answer was "no....
  • Despite loss to Duke, Terps show again that they're on the right track

    Despite loss to Duke, Terps show again that they're on the right track
    Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski is certainly not a favorite among Maryland fans -- my older son, now 23, used to call him "The Devil" after the 2001 NCAA semifinal in Minneapolis -- but there's always been a grudging respect paid to a man who has now won...
  • Gary Williams on having court named after him, Maryland memories

    Gary Williams on having court named after him, Maryland memories
    Longtime coach Gary Williams spoke with the media after Wednesday's court-naming ceremony at Comcast Center.  Here's what he had to say. Williams' opening remarks: "It's been a great ride. A lot of great people, as I said out there. Assistant coaches,...
  • ACC expansion will change Maryland-Duke rivalry

    ACC expansion will change Maryland-Duke rivalry
    When Maryland visits Cameron Indoor Stadium on Saturday, there is bound to be at least one chant from the Duke students downplaying the basketball history between the two schools. "Not our rivals," clap, clap, clap, clap, clap. "Not our rivals," clap,...
  • Terps stumped in 73-55 loss at Duke

    Terps stumped in 73-55  loss at Duke
    DURHAM, N.C. — Terrell Stoglin sat slumped on the Maryland bench in the second half of Saturday's game, his body radiating displeasure. To Stoglin's left, Terps coach Mark Turgeon gazed at the Cameron Indoor Stadium rafters as if in search of...
  • Amid coaching changes, ACC is rebuilding

    Amid coaching changes, ACC is rebuilding
    The Atlantic Coast Conference has always had a reputation for being a top-heavy basketball league, especially when its top two teams, North Carolina and Duke, were significantly better than their competition. As ACC play begins this weekend, there is a...
  • Baltimore Redbirds become part of community through host family program

    Baltimore Redbirds become part of community through host family program
    Just because he’s finished contributing on the field doesn’t mean the summer work is over for Baltimore Redbirds pitcherScott Strickland. Though Strickland helped the local Cal Ripken Collegiate Baseball League squad qualify for the playoffs,...
  • Johnny Holliday's career was an easy call

    Johnny Holliday's career was an easy call
    "I want to show you something." Johnny Holliday is standing in the front hallway of his home in Kensington. His graying hair is parted, as always, perfectly to the left, not a single strand out of place. He grins, flashing his immaculately white upper...
  • Westbrook rules himself out of U.S. World Cup

    Westbrook rules himself out of U.S. World Cup
    Oklahoma Thunder guard Russell Westbrook, citing rest as his top priority, has declared himself unavailable for the United States basketball team at this year's World Cup in Spain. Westbrook, 25, who won gold medals on the U.S. team at the 2010 World...