Tuesday's D.C./Maryland/Virginia D-I men's basketball schedule ... Jacksonville at Liberty, 7 Maryland at Michigan, 7 (ESPN2) Davidson at Virginia Commonwealth, 7 (CBS Sports Network) --- makeup of Jan. 2 Richmond at Fordham, 8 (MASN) --- makeup of Jan. 8
Monday's D.C./Md./Va. D-I men's hoops schedule: George Mason at George Washington, 2 (CBS SN) Notre Dame at Howard, 2:30 (Fox) Mount St. Mary’s at Merrimack, 3 James Madison at Elon, 4 Norfolk St. at Maryland-Eastern Shore, 4 UMBC at Stony Brook, 4 Towson at William & Mary, 7
#Terps land a commitment from former Rivals four-star SG.
Morning research with eyes-glazed-over effects: Maryland went from a double-digit halftime lead to a double-digit final deficit yesterday against Rutgers. The last time the Terrapins did that was March 31, 2001, in the Final Four against Duke (led 49-38 at half, lost 95-84).
Shakeup in the starting lineup seems to be just what the doctor ordered for the #Terps, who lead Rutgers 38-27 at the half. Ayala (10 puts) and Russell (7 pts) picking up where they left off at NW. Rutgers with 11 turnovers at the break.
Greetings from the Queen City of the Paint Branch Drainage Basin. Maryland (9-7, 1-4 Big Ten) is back home to face Rutgers (9-6, 3-2). Terrapins are 9-2 against the Scarlet Knights since both entered the Big Ten, but the teams have split the season series the last two seasons.
RT @PaulBiancardi: Marvel Allen the no.14 overall prospect in 2023 will be making his college announcement tonight on @ESPNPlus He will be on at halftime between Vertical & Westtown at 9 PM ET. Final schools: Alabama, ASU, UGA, KU, LSU, Maryland, Memphis & Ohio State. @1wayvel @ESPN_Schick @SCNext https://t.co/noz3EQvMGL