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After Taking Maryland to New Heights, Gary Williams Looks Ahead to the Next Chapter in Life

Wednesday, May 18th, 2011

It's been about a week and a half since Gary Williams retired from his head-coaching post at Maryland, and he hasn't been hasty in jumping to his first opportunity outside of the coaching business. That doesn't mean he'll be sitting around the next time the Terrapins tip off. Williams spent more ...

New Maryland Basketball Coach Mark Turgeon Believes Terrapins Job Provides Best Opportunity He’s Had to Make the Final Four

Wednesday, May 11th, 2011

After a seemingly long string of rejections from coaches across the country, the Maryland athletics department was able to turn the page on a new era of men's basketball at College Park on Monday night. The Terrapins unsuccessfully pursued Notre Dame's Mike Brey, Arizona's Sean Miller, Pittsburgh's Jamie Dixon, Butler's ...

Steve Blake is Ready to Stay Put, Win Championships

Friday, July 16th, 2010

Steve Blake's NBA career has been more prosperous than any of his more famous teammates from Maryland's national championship team in 2002. It has also included enough stops in Portland to drive a man crazy. Washington, Portland, Denver, Milwaukee, Portland, Los Angeles and then back to Portland again. And that's all ...

Maryland Takes On Houston and the Nation’s Leading Scorer

Tuesday, March 16th, 2010

Gary Williams and the Maryland Terrapins start off the 2010 NCAA Tournament against the Houston Cougars Friday evening in Spokane, WA.  The Cougars won the Conference USA Tournament to gain entrance into this year’s Dance while Maryland was co-champions of the ACC’s regular season.  The match-up to watch will be ...

NCAA Tournament West Region Interviews

Tuesday, March 17th, 2009

If I am the Memphis Tigers, I'm not too upset about not getting a #1 seed after seeing this draw in the Western Regional. Unlike some of the other regions, there doesn't really appear to be more than a handful of teams that are more than extreme long shots to ...