Cool story from @nickkosko59 on the 10 most unstoppable game athletes of all-time. Some of them came a little while after my gaming years. I'm going with the guy in the GIF below. Unfreakingstoppable. https://t.co/hLg9omJL99 @nickkos
Anthony Cowan has been outspoken about critical #Terps fans. He recently spoke about it again, saying Mark Turgeon "doesn't deserve all this bad stuff" from fans. More on that, if he's gotten over the season's ending and more: https://t.co/1m29Gts2M9 #Terps h/t @GlennClarkRadio
Huge score for Rutgers. Pikiell's done an excellent job of turning that program around. They're going to really good next year.
I had a bad dream last night and while I can't recall the particulars, the gist was that someone was lost in the transfer portal. Like, physically gone in a space-time continuum kind of way. In the transfer portal. So that's where we're at mentally after two weeks of this.
Almost caught up and ready for season three. The problem with this show is, it's so stressful to watch. On Breaking Bad, for example, there are stretches where they're killing it, cruising, and then it goes to hell. Ozark is just constant problems.
So I discovered this great under-the-radar show to quarantine-binge. It's called "Ozark." You guys should totally give it a chance.
While much of the Maryland's focus remains on finishing off next year's roster, the staff has also begun to turn more attention to the 2021 class. They made a new offer to an intriguing wing player Friday: https://t.co/ajsbzocNo6 #Terps
After laying the foundation for local recruiting during his first year, Mike Locksley has a top-10 class in 2021 with all 10 commits coming from the DMV. He talked to @AGhafir247 about how he's doing it, and some coaching changes he's made: https://t.co/wyWrganr1E #Terps
Even with eligibility granted for spring athletes, a lot remains unclear for Maryland lacrosse. “We have scholarship limitations right now. A lot of us have roster limitations. We have locker limitations..so there’s a lot to work through.” —John Tillman https://t.co/Khybl9jmdD
Maryland makes the top-six for grad transfer Jordan Bruner. The 6’9 Yale forward is currently the best fit on the market to replace Jalen Smith — if he declares for the NBA Draft.
Yale graduate transfer Jordan Bruner is down to six schools: Alabama, Arkansas, Baylor, Gonzaga, Louisville and Maryland. One of the top graduate transfers available. 10.9 PPG, 9.2 RPG, 3.8 APG.
The Big Ten has extended its suspension on organized team activities through at least May 4.