Mark Turgeon is the kind of coach that tends to see trouble lurking even when the potential for a trap game is not really there, hoping his Maryland players do the same. Before and after a recent game against Georgetown, Turgeon saw danger signs with Mount St. Mary’s and Rider.
It took a while in both games for the Terps to follow their worried coach.
It took a while against Cleveland State on Saturday night at Xfinity Center.
Following three comeback victories in four games before Wednesday’s 23-point romp over Rhode Island in the championship game of the Cancun Challenge, Turgeon and the No. 2 Terps returned from Thanksgiving well rested and well fed. Maybe...