If there's one part of how the Terps are playing that is beginning to most resemble last season, it's the lack of offensive production — and a defensive presence — in the post. After showing great promise earlier in the season, sophomore center Damonte Dodd has regressed from solid contributor to project. Freshman Michal Cekovsky, who looked earlier in the season like he was going to push Dodd for playing time, has not progressed past the point of making a play or two a game. As hard as senior Jon Graham plays on defense, and as skilled as senior Evan Smotrycz can be at times offensively, they are often exposed by a lack of athleticism. Of all the bigs, Cekovsky has the biggest upside, according to NBA scouts who have watched the Terps play. Turgeon's quick trigger when it comes to his bigs, particularly Dodd and Cekovsky, is understandable, though it would be interesting to see what "Checko" can do if left out there for sustained runs. Turgeon might be able to get away with trying that Wednesday night against Penn State.