Slow starts have plagued the Terps all season; against Wisconsin, a sloppy end finished them off.
Maryland lost big in Iowa City, largely due to an uncharacteristically poor defensive showing.
No. 15 Maryland opened the decade with a win over Indiana.
The Terps gave up the ball 20 times in their third consecutive loss in Happy Valley.
No. 4 Maryland looks to stay undefeated on the road in State College tonight.
No. 3 Maryland continued a strong start to the season improving to 9-0.
Maryland pushed the pace to blow past Oakland — sealing its third win in the process.
The Terps overcame a slow start to bury another opponent.
Trailing by 12 early in the first half, struggling on both ends of the floor, Maryland basketball head coach Mark Turgeon saw an adjustment was […]
Down eight points with around six minutes to go in the first half, guard Aaron Wiggins found himself dribbling through traffic on a one-man fast […]