Jimmy Patsos: ‘Why Don’t We Acknowledge What’s Right’ With Maryland Basketball

As some question whether Maryland men’s basketball coach Mark Turgeon might be on his way out, former Loyola and Siena head coach Jimmy Patsos urges fans to pump the brakes first. “Before we all worry about what’s wrong, why don’t we acknowledge what’s right?” Patsos said.

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Glenn Clark: After Another Early Exit, Maryland Basketball Remains Where It Was Five Years Ago

Five years after Glenn Clark first wrote about the concept of “Turgatory,” Mark Turgeon’s Terps have lost in the NCAA Tournament again and he says we’re still asking the same questions.

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Tough-Minded Terps Defeat UConn, 63-54, In NCAA Tournament’s First Round

Maryland beat UConn, 63-54, in the first round of the NCAA Tournament March 20, with Eric Ayala leading the way with 23 points. The Terps will face Alabama in the second round March 22. “It’s do or die at this point. You’ve got to leave it all out there, empty the tank,” Ayala said.

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Glenn Clark: Now STILL Isn’t The Time For Bold, Declarative Statements About Maryland Basketball

Glenn Clark has a reminder for Maryland basketball fans: It’s not just that they shouldn’t get too high after big regular-season wins. It’s that they also shouldn’t get too low after crushing regular-season losses.

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