Three possessions into Thursday’s game against 13th-seeded Nebraska at the United Center in the second round of the 2019 Big Ten men’s basketball tournament, Maryland coach Mark Turgeon was already agitated.
Two missed shots — one in the lane by sophomore guard Darryl Morsell, the other a 3-pointer by Morsell’s former Mount Saint Joseph’s teammate, Jalen Smith — was followed with a turnover by sophomore center Bruno Fernando.
Turgeon had seen enough.
“Wake up! WAKE UP!,” he screamed.
It’s not clear whether the...