Someday, Mark Turgeon insists, Maryland will become a formidable road team.
To the second-year Terps coach, away games represent a vast, uncharted frontier that Maryland must conquer if it is going to be good.
Wednesday night, Maryland allowed Georgia Tech to shoot 51 percent as the Terps dropped another road game, 78-68. They're 2-6 in opponents' arenas this season after going 1-8 last year.
The result means its fans can still count Maryland's Atlantic Coast Conference road victories this season not only on one hand -- but on one finger. Maryland won at Virginia Tech on Feb. 7.
"They [the Yellow Jackets] played smarter than we played, got to the foul line...