DT: I think for a growing number of Maryland fans, the love affair with Turgeon is starting to wane. Once Dez Wells was declared eligible for this season, many believed that Maryland was both capable of being an NCAA tournament team and could compete in what was thought of as a weak ACC conference. Expectations were certainly raised after the first game of the season, when the Terps nearly knocked off Kentucky, who at the time was the No. 3 team in the country. That game was also Alex Len's coming-out party, as the sophomore put up 23 points and grabbed 12 rebounds while matching up against Kentucky's Nerlens Noel. Maryland followed that loss by rattling off 13 straight wins, including their ACC opener against Virginia Tech. But since that game, Maryland has struggled mightily, especially against some inferior teams, and many people are now frustrated and upset at where Maryland sits heading into the ACC tournament. I think the inconsistent play, continual fundamental errors, and at times lack of urgency from the team have people frustrated. I think Mark Turgeon is doing everything he can think of to try and get the most out of this team, but inexperience and disappointing play at the point guard position have really prevented the team from reaching their maximum potential this season. I personally put a lot of that on how young this team is and on their lack of a consistent point guard. Heading into next year, the biggest question is whether someone like Roddy Peters can stabilize the point guard spot and if not, who else can step in?