Eight Observations From Maryland Men’s Basketball’s 90-74 Win At Nebraska

Emma Shuster shares eight observations from the Terps’ 90-74 win at Nebraska Feb. 18, including a strong all-around performance from Ian Martinez. “I just try to just help the team, bringing energy, especially on the defensive side,” Martinez said.

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After Another Dispiriting Loss, Maryland Men’s Basketball Looking For Better Effort, Fight

“We’ve just got to give 100 percent the whole game and every possession,” Maryland guard Fatts Russell said after the Terps’ 110-87 loss to Iowa Feb. 10. “We talked about it, but we just can’t keep talking about it. We’ve actually got to do it in a game.”

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In Search Of Third Straight Win, Terps Go Cold In 68-55 Loss To Indiana

An energetic crowd at Xfinity Center Jan. 29 was hoping for a third consecutive win, but the Terps struggled in familiar fashion during a 68-55 loss to Indiana. “It was just one of those nights where you have opportunities to score the basketball and it doesn’t go in,” Danny Manning said.

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Behind Donta Scott, Maryland Men’s Basketball Shows Fight In 81-65 Win Against Illinois

Maryland interim coach Danny Manning has emphasized that his team must continue to fight despite how the season has gone. The Terps did just that in an 81-65 win against Illinois Jan. 21 behind 25 points from Donta Scott.

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Five Takeaways From Maryland Men’s Basketball’s 70-59 Loss To Rutgers

Emma Shuster shares five takeaways from Maryland’s 70-59 loss to Rutgers Jan. 15, from Julian Reese’s first start as a Terp to a rough second half. “We didn’t finish the way we needed to,” interim coach Danny Manning said.

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Behind Stout Defensive Effort, Terps Defeat Michigan State To Continue Late-Season Push

Maryland pushed its winning streak to five with a 73-55 victory against Michigan State Feb. 28, and defense was the difference for the Terps once again. “Our defense was shot out of a cannon at the start of the game,” Mark Turgeon said.

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