Maryland Needs Late Push To Reach NCAA Tournament
COLLEGE PARK, Md. (AP) - The optimism created by an early 13-game winning streak and last month’s win over Duke has become a wistful memory for Maryland.
In his second season with the Terrapins, coach Mark Turgeon has produced a young team capable of competing against any school in the country. Since beating Duke, however, Maryland has lost three of five - including a deflating 79-68 defeat at home against North Carolina on Wednesday night.
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