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Tigers Tame Terrapins

Tigers Tame Terrapins

Timothy Earl March 8, 2014 Comments Off on Tigers Tame Terrapins

The Maryland Terrapins took the Clemson Tigers to double overtime before losing 77-73 in their last ACC regular season road game ever at Littlejohn Coliseum. The Tigers made their free throws when it counted

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Wells Rescues Terps

Wells Rescues Terps

Timothy Earl February 3, 2014 Comments Off on Wells Rescues Terps

Junior guard Dez Wells had a monster second half for the Maryland Terrapins, including hitting the winning three pointer with eight seconds to play, lifting his team to victory after they nearly lost a

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Panthers Pounce on Terps

Panthers Pounce on Terps

Timothy Earl January 28, 2014 Comments Off on Panthers Pounce on Terps

The 20th ranked Pittsburgh Panthers, behind 28 points from sensational senior Lamar Patterson, held on to beat the Maryland Terrapins, 83-79 at Comcast Center. The Terrapins were behind the entire second half but were

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Terps Ground Eagles

Terps Ground Eagles

Timothy Earl January 3, 2014 Comments Off on Terps Ground Eagles

The Maryland Terrapins, behind a career-tying 19 points from Baltimore guard Nick Faust, beat the N. C. Central Eagles, 70-56 on New Year’s Eve at Comcast Center. With Maryland guard Seth Allen back in

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Terps Topple Tulsa

Terps Topple Tulsa

Timothy Earl January 1, 2014 Comments Off on Terps Topple Tulsa

The return of point guard Seth Allen sparked the Maryland Terrapin offense allowing them  to hold off a pesky Tulsa Golden Hurricane team and get a much needed non-conference win, 85-74 at Comcast Center.

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Cavaliers Surprise, Then Fill Needs

Cavaliers Surprise, Then Fill Needs

Dave Mitchell June 27, 2013 Comments Off on Cavaliers Surprise, Then Fill Needs

In an evening of surprises, the biggest surprise of the NBA Draft Thursday night began with the first pick. The Cleveland Cavaliers selected University of Nevada-Las Vegas forward Anthony Bennett. After weeks of mock

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Rivers to Clippers.  Will Stern Keep His Word?

Rivers to Clippers. Will Stern Keep His Word?

Dave Mitchell June 24, 2013 Comments Off on Rivers to Clippers. Will Stern Keep His Word?

The long awaited and much reported “transaction” of Doc Rivers leaving the Boston Celtics to coach the Los Angeles Clippers has apparently come true. Both sides agreed to the “switch” on Sunday according to

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Winning an NBA Title Not “Superhuman”

Winning an NBA Title Not “Superhuman”

Dave Mitchell June 10, 2013 Comments Off on Winning an NBA Title Not “Superhuman”

As we are well aware, according to NBA Superstars it takes a “Superhuman” effort to win a championship. These players leave no stone unturned in alerting everyone they have to reach extraordinary heights in

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Lebron James Correct.  Cavs and Heat the Same.

Lebron James Correct. Cavs and Heat the Same.

Dave Mitchell June 3, 2013 Comments Off on Lebron James Correct. Cavs and Heat the Same.

The more things change, the more they stay the same. That old axiom stands true tonite in Game 7 of the NBA Eastern Conference Finals where Indiana travels to South Beach for a matchup

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NBA Embarrassing Themselves

NBA Embarrassing Themselves

Dave Mitchell May 2, 2013 Comments Off on NBA Embarrassing Themselves

Can it now be said in no uncertain terms the NBA is a joke? If anymore proof was needed, it was given last night by the New York Knicks and Boston Celtics. Not just

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Terps Tumble to Hawkeyes

Terps Tumble to Hawkeyes

Timothy Earl April 13, 2013 Comments Off on Terps Tumble to Hawkeyes

The Maryland Terrapins ended their rollercoaster season where it all began, in New York, losing to the Iowa Hawkeyes 71-60 in the semifinals of the N.I.T. tournament. The Terps played out of sync all

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Craft Charge Draws the Ire of CBS Studio Hosts

Craft Charge Draws the Ire of CBS Studio Hosts

Dave Mitchell March 24, 2013 Comments Off on Craft Charge Draws the Ire of CBS Studio Hosts

Yes Ohio State beat Iowa State. Yes Aaron Craft hit the game wining jumper. But according to the “expert” commentary of those at CBS, including the NCAA’s own Director of Officiating John Adams, what

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Terps Bubble Bursts

Terps Bubble Bursts

Timothy Earl March 21, 2013 Comments Off on Terps Bubble Bursts

The dream of playing in the NCAA tournament came to an abrupt end for the Maryland Terrapins with a third loss to the North Carolina Tar Heels, 79-76 in the semifinals of the ACC

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Terps Wake Up Against Wake

Terps Wake Up Against Wake

Timothy Earl March 9, 2013 Comments Off on Terps Wake Up Against Wake

They did it. They won another road game, thus ending a nightmare stretch that had them going 1-6 in road ACC play. The road-game misery ended at the hands of the Wake Forest Demon

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Terps Tame Tigers

Terps Tame Tigers

Timothy Earl February 28, 2013 Comments Off on Terps Tame Tigers

The Maryland Terrapins, ignited by a season-high 18 points from guard Nick Faust, bounced back from a poor performance at Boston College and beat the Clemson Tigers 72-59 at Comcast Center. Faust, a sophomore

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Terps Top #2 Duke

Terps Top #2 Duke

Timothy Earl February 21, 2013 Comments Off on Terps Top #2 Duke

Freshman guard Seth Allen calmly sank two free throws with 2.8 seconds to play and the season on the line, giving the Maryland Terrapins their biggest win of the year over the #2 Duke

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Virginia Threes Trip Terps

Virginia Threes Trip Terps

Timothy Earl February 15, 2013 Comments Off on Virginia Threes Trip Terps

The Maryland Terrapins, tops in ACC defense, could not guard the three-point line and suffered a crushing ACC home loss, falling to the Virginia Cavaliers 80-69 at Comcast Center. The Cavaliers out-shot and out-rebounded

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Howard’s Worst Injury is his Attitude

Howard’s Worst Injury is his Attitude

Dave Mitchell February 15, 2013 Comments Off on Howard’s Worst Injury is his Attitude

How long do NBA owners intend on letting the “inmates run the asylum?” Everyday we have a new story involving Dwight Howard in Los Angeles. Will he play or not? Will he be traded

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Officials Need To Do Their Job

Officials Need To Do Their Job

Dave Mitchell February 6, 2013 Comments Off on Officials Need To Do Their Job

Just a short thought on what seems to be happening in the world of officiating. This week has proven the old axiom of football and basketball officials “let the players play” in championship games

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Is Byron Scott the Right Coach for the Cavaliers?

Is Byron Scott the Right Coach for the Cavaliers?

Dave Mitchell February 5, 2013 Comments Off on Is Byron Scott the Right Coach for the Cavaliers?

In the NBA it can take years to become not only relevant, but a top five team competing for a championship. Unless you have deep pockets like the Miami Heat to purchase a title,

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