Bruno Fernando's potential, a lack of development of the remaining members of the 2014 recruiting class and the anger of Terps fans were on display in Maryland's second-round loss to Wisconsin in the Big Ten tournament Thursday.
After finishing up a week earlier than usual to play at Madison Square Garden, teams could find a less-than-filled arena for their games, including Thursday's second-round matchup between Maryland and Wisconsin.
Maryland's worst home loss under Mark Turgeon included a rough night at both ends for Kevin Huerter, a lack of production from the big men and was a step back for the Terps heading into the Big Ten tournament
Maryland lost for the first time on senior day since joining the Big Ten, with an 85-61 defeat to No. 17 Michigan, the most lopsided home loss in Mark Turgeon's seven years in College Park and the worst for the Terps since the Comcast Center opened for the 2002-03 season.
After a difficult season and a report of impropriety involving former Maryland player Diamond Stone, an unwanted spotlight shines on Mark Turgeon and the Terps going into Saturday's senior day game against No. 17 Michigan.
St. Frances point guard Nia Clouden has always been driven to improve her game and now could lead the No. 1 Panthers to a third straight IAAM A Conference championship before heading to Michigan State.