Apr 2, 2013; New York, NY, USA; Head coach Mark Turgeon of the Maryland Terrapins reacts during the first half of the NIT Tournament semifinal against the Iowa Hawkeyes at Madison Square Garden. Mandatory Credit: Joe Camporeale-USA TODAY Sports
- Pe’Shon Howard is gone, and it means that the Terrapins are officially slim at the guard position. Where do they go from here? Well, Ben Broman of TestudoTimes give us a small framework of where to go next.
- Any time you lose players, there’s always the question of whether or not you’ll be better next year or not. Lots of roster flux on the Terrapins means we realistically have no idea, but Ryan Satsky of BleacherReport seems to believe that the Terps will indeed improve.
- This is a considerably older link, but it’s amazing how accurate it is about the breakdown of Mark Turgeon’s offense and defense. Compare it to this season, and it’s strikingly similar.
- The Terrapins have a long list of players they can pick up, but it’s hard to compile such a long transfer sheet. And yet, CBSSports still manages to give us a pretty good look here.
- In amazing fashion, and in case you missed it, Randy Esdall manages to piss off a bunch of Floridians with his tale about his escape from the Glades. In fairness, Randy Edsall pisses off people in Maryland, too, so this is par for the course.
- Bob Haynie of CBSSports Baltimore is a little miffed that the Terrapins don’t get any love in the preseason Top 25 basketball pool. He joins the long list of Marylanders that feel the same way.
- In case you missed it, Rysheed Jordan is going to announce his college choice Thursday. There’s virtually no chance he chooses the Terrapins, but as one of the 2013 class’ top players and a player the Terps offered, it’s worth looking at. Note: he isn’t coming to Maryland….
- And finally, Andy Katz has the latest on Alex Len and his decision to enter the NBA or stay in college for another year. Boy, do I ever hope he stays.
Topics: Alex Len, Maryland Basketball, Maryland Football, Pe'shon Howard, Rysheed Jordan