MARYLAND TERRAPINS RUMORS & GOSSIP

WATCH: Terps Faust throw down monster jam

Maryland Junior guard Nick Faust has thrown down some massive dunks in his career at College Park, but his throwdown against North Carolina Central just might be the best one of them all! The 6’6” shooting guard from Baltimore took a pass from sophomore Jake Layman, raced down the court in transition, and did his best impersonation of the Statue of Liberty before emphatically...
Via DC Sports-Kings
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Allen, Peters Working in Unison

COLLEGE PARK, Md. -- Point guards Roddy Peters and Seth Allen are playing well together and giving Maryland a boost. The two helped spur the Terps to a 70-56 victory against NC Central Dec. 31.
Via maryland.scout.com
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Faust's 19 leads Maryland over NC Central

Nick Faust equaled his career high with 19 points and had a season-high nine rebounds to lead Maryland over North Carolina Central 70-56 on Tuesday. Maryland (9-5) began the second half with three 3-pointers, one by Seth Allen and two by Faust. The junior guard scored 14 of his 19 after halftime. The trio of 3-pointers gave the Terrapins a 37-26 lead with 16:47 to play. The Eagles...
Via AP on Fox
3 days ago  |  Discuss

2014 Maryland Class Among All-Time Best

Slowly but surely, Maryland basketball coach Mark Turgeon is returning the Terrapins to a national power. Despite 7’1″ center Alex Len departing for the NBA after only two years in College Park and the surprise transfer of senior point guard Pe’Shon Howard, the Terps may return to “March Madness” in the Spring. Without a senior on the current roster, it is the 2014-’15...
Via DC Pro Sports Report
November 14, 2013  |  Discuss

Maryland won't settle for less than NCAA tourney

The rebirth of the Maryland basketball program under coach Mark Turgeon has thus far produced two baby steps. When he took over for Gary Williams in 2011, Turgeon had little to work with yet still managed to win 17 games. Last year, Maryland went 25-13 and reached the semifinals of the NIT. Now it's time for the Terps to grow up and play in March with the big boys. Nothing...
Via AP on Fox
October 28, 2013  |  Discuss

Center Alex Len out 4-6 months after surgery

GAITHERSBURG, Md. -- Former Maryland center Alex Len will be sidelined up to six months after undergoing surgery on his left ankle in North Carolina. Orthopedic surgeon Dr. Robert Anderson stabilized a stress fracture in Len's ankle. The problem that was diagnosed after the 7-foot-1 center left Maryland after his sophomore season to enter the NBA draft. Len will be unable to...
Via Fox Sports Carolinas
May 07, 2013  |  Discuss
THIS FIELD IS ON FIRE

Maryland students get crazy celebrating win

The Maryland Terrapins upset the Duke Blue Devils in a big way on Saturday night, and the Terps' fans burned the town down in celebration.
Via Gamedayr
February 16, 2013  |  Discuss
THE DEVIL INSIDE

Coach K rips Maryland for conference change

Legendary Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski ripped Maryland for leaving the ACC to go to Big Ten.

Via Bush League Chronicle
January 15, 2013  |  Discuss

Losing Your Niche: Maryland’s Move to the Big 10

M-A-R-Y-L-A-N-D WE’LL WIN. Clearly that hasn’t been the case over the latter part of the last decade and a lot of that disappointment has lead to the financial downfall of the school’s athletic department. In turn, it’s lead to the sell out, I mean, agreement by the School’s president and board of regents to vote on Maryland to become one of the newest members of the Big...
Via Blog So Hard Sports
November 19, 2012  |  Discuss

Maryland's Len poised for a breakout season

Anyone who has determined that Maryland big man Alex Len was more hoopla than hoops a season ago and has low expectations may want to quickly re-evaluate. He could be on the brink of exploding. The 7-foot-2 Ukrainian is light years ahead of where he was this time last November. His coach, Mark Turgeon, says Len is a completely different player. Len is a different person, too. Hamstrung...
Via Fox Sports Carolinas
November 07, 2012  |  Discuss

Dez Wells is eligible at Maryland? Say what?

This is incredible news for the Maryland Terps. Maryland just released the news officially that Dez Wells is good to go this season and has won his appeal from the NCAA. Shocking news. — Jeff Goodman (@GoodmanCBS) November 7, 2012 Here's what I wrote in October, after it was announced that he wouldn't be able to play. Maryland's hopes for a big 2nd...
Via Run the Floor
November 07, 2012  |  Discuss

Photo: Maryland to wear Brooklyn-inspired uniforms for season opener

The University of Maryland basketball team is slated to don some unique uniforms for their first game of the upcoming 2012-13 season. The game will be played at the brand new Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York and their opponent will be none other than the defending national champion Kentucky Wildcats. They may not fare well in their season opener, but they are going to try and...
Via Bush League Chronicle
October 17, 2012  |  Discuss

Maryland adds a controversial basketball transfer

Maryland added controversial Xavier transfer, Dez Wells, as Wells announced Maryland would be his next school choosing the Terps over Kentucky, Memphis, and Oregon. Maryland will file a waiver in an attempt to allow Wells to play without sitting out one year as transfer rules normally require. Wells' case for a waiver is an interesting one, largely due to criminal charges that...
Via SCACC Hoops
September 05, 2012  |  Discuss

Maryland basketball to use the same hideous uniforms as football? (Picture)

When the Maryland football program unveiled their state flag-themed jerseys last season, they instantly become the ugliest uniforms in college football if not the entire world of sports. Twitter erupted with athletes, celebrities, and regular Joes talking about how horrible they are, but it doesn’t appear that the negative feedback has bothered the university. As if it wasn...
Via Larry Brown Sports
June 20, 2012  |  Discuss

Local sleeper Damonte Dodd commits to Maryland

Maryland received its fourth commitment in the 2012 class, and has landed a sleeper interior prospect. Damonte Dodd, a 6′-9″ post player from Queen Anne’s (MD) made the call, according to the Baltimore Sun. Dodd joins guard Seth Allen, forward Jake Layman and center Shaquille Cleare, in coach Mark Turgeon’s first recruiting class as the [...] Related posts: Clearly a Terrpain...
Via Hoopniks
February 22, 2012  |  Discuss
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