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Terps are still in good shape, but there are areas for improvement
Terps are still in good shape, but there are areas for improvement

The Maryland men’s basketball team's overall record and body of work throughout the 2014-15 season have put the Terps in far better position to secure the program's first NCAA tournament bid since Mark Turgeon took over four years ago. Though certainly not a lock — especially after losing back-to-back road games to Indiana and Ohio State by a combined 43 points and barely beating Northwestern at home on Sunday – Maryland is at worst a No. 5 seed right now. The upcoming schedule can also help the Terps recover from their first mini-slump of the season pretty quickly. Maryland (18-4, 6-3 Big Ten) played five road games in the first half of the Big Ten...

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