Len Bias to be Inducted into University of Maryland Athletic Hall of Fame

len-bias-t1_crop_650x440 The University of Maryland athletic department announced today that they have selected eight alumni to be introduced into the University of Maryland Athletics Hall of Fame including Maryland basketball legend Len Bias. Bias along with the seven other alumni’s will be officially inducted into the Maryland Athletic Hall of Fame on October 3rd.

The induction into the Maryland Hall of Fame is the highest athletic honor the university can bestow on a student-athlete and it seems only fitting it is given to the late great Len Bias. Read more about Len Bias to be Inducted into University of Maryland Athletic Hall of Fame

Terrapin Freshman Center Trayvon Reed Fractures Ankle; Miss 8-12 Weeks

TrayvonReed The Terrapins basketball program have a big time freshman class coming to the team this year as five of the players on the roster will be freshman however none will be bigger than Trayvon Reed and I do mean bigger. Reed stands at a towering 7’1’’ and since he is only 18 years old he can be expected to grow even more as he plays for the Terps in the upcoming seasons. However the Terps big man will have a setback this offseason as Coach Mark Turgeon announced that Reed had been diagnosed with a fractured right ankle. Read more about Terrapin Freshman Center Trayvon Reed Fractures Ankle; Miss 8-12 Weeks

Terrapins Basketball Beef Up Roster: Land Georgia Tech Transfer Robert Carter

Robert_Carter The University of Maryland basketball program has not had a very productive off season as four players decided to transfer. With main scoring options Seth Allen and Nick Faust leaving the team the Terrapins will look much different in the upcoming seasons not to mention they will be involved in the Big Ten conference. With all the transfers the Terrapins suffered this offseason Coach Turgeon needed to build his team backup and he not only is doing so by recruiting but as well as acquiring impact transfers. Read more about Terrapins Basketball Beef Up Roster: Land Georgia Tech Transfer Robert Carter

String of Transfers Concerning Terrapin Basketball Fans

Maryland_terrapins_logo The Maryland Terrapins basketball program reached a peak in 2002, when Gary Williams led a senior heavy team to their first National Championship and placed the University of Maryland in the national spotlight. Since winning the National championship the Terps have been back to the NCAA tournament only 5 times in a 12 year span including only once advancing to the sweet sixteen. Read more about String of Transfers Concerning Terrapin Basketball Fans

Maryland Basketball 2013 Season in Review

Maryland_terrapins_logoThe 2013-2014 Maryland basketball season brought about much frustration to an already impatient team and fan base. This was supposed to be the year Maryland started to turn the corner and at least get back into the NCAA tournament for the first time since 2010. Why did this not happen? Let’s take a look.

 

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Terrapins Set for B1G Things in the Years to Come

File:Maryland terrapins logo.pngMaybe it’s because I’m an East Coast guy now living in the Mid-West, but I embraced the announcement that the University of Maryland was moving to the Big Ten Conference. I’m not caught up in outrage of the breaking up of conferences. If it makes sense financially or otherwise for the school to change, they should change. I believe that not only does the move to the Big Ten make sense for Maryland financially (once the lawsuits are settled, which we all know they will be) but I think it also makes sense just from a sports culture standpoint.
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