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UVA is AP's new No. 1 for first time in decades
Despite an overtime loss, the Cavaliers were voted into the top spot as other top teams slipped in the latest AP top 25 poll.
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Maryland overwhelmed by Penn State
The Terrapins just couldn't hang on as the Nittany Lions pulled away in a tough loss for Maryland on the road. 
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A 6-2 dunker is heading to Georgetown
The three-star Georgetown basketball commit has been turning heads all year, but will he make the same noise in the NCAA? 
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Bruno Fernando
Palmer lifts Huskers past Maryland
The Terps lost their seventh straight road game to Nebraska.
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Georgetown Butler
Georgetown snaps 4-game road losing streak
Georgetown beat Butler in a close game to snap a 4-game losing streak on the road.
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Blackshear's clutch bucket sinks UVA
Kerry Blackshear Jr. scored on a putback with 5.8 seconds left and Virginia Tech spoiled No. 2 Virginia's opportunity to climb to No. 1 with a 61-60 overtime victory Saturday night.
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Derrickson sinks Seton Hall with late 3
Marcus Derrickson scored 22 points, grabbed a career-best 18 rebounds and hit the game-winning 3-pointer on Saturday as Georgetown beat Seton Hall 83-80.
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Livingston leads Mason past GW
Otis Livingston II scored 14 points, Jaire Grayer added 12 points and 12 rebounds and George Mason held off George Washington for a 72-65 victory on Saturday.
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Power Ranks: A bad time for college teams to make mistakes
Just when you want to put faith in your local team, they find a way to let you down. And February is the worst time to do it.
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One month from Selection Sunday
Bracketology is the only way to sort out the craziness of the 2017-18 basketball season. We took at six of the ‘experts’ brackets and break down what it means for Mid-Atlantic teams.
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UVA still second-best in latest AP poll
The Cavaliers are among the top three teams in the AP poll solidly holding onto their spots. 
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Maryland end 3-game losing streak with win over lowly Badgers
The Terps ended their sluggish 3-game losing streak and Wisconsin's Big Ten-record run of  17 straight winning seasons. A super Sunday indeed.
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College hoops teams are settling into the season
It was a relatively calm week in college hoops across the Mid-Atlantic. Some teams held pat while others continued their upward (or downward) trajectory
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Tom Izzo and the Michigan State scandal timeline
The scandal involving Dr. Larry Nassar has spread to Michigan State, and Spartans head basketball coach Tom Izzo addressed the situation on Sunday after a win over Maryland.
UVA Surges Closer to No. 1 Spot After Topping Duke
The latest AP Top 25 Poll is out, and the Cavaliers are receiving a substantial number of No. 1 votes.
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In wake of scandal, Tom Izzo needed to say more
Following the Spartans' win over Maryland, Michigan State's Tom Izzo addressed the sexual assault scandal engulfing the university. Izzo didn't say enough.
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Terps blow 13-point lead vs. No. 6 Spartans
The Terps needed to beat No. 6 Michigan State on Sunday to keep their NCAA Tournament hopes alives. It looked good at halftime, and then things fell apart.
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Terps get hype help from Greivis Vasquez
Before the Terps took on the No. 6 Spartans in a Sunday matinee, former Maryland star Greivis Vasquez took the microphone to address the Xfinity Center faithful.
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#2 UVA tops #4 Duke; Grayson Allen provides fireworks
With North Carolina going down at home, No. 4 Virginia's road win at No. 4 Duke updated a page of the Tobacco Road history books, and Grayson Allen provided theatrics.
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Guy Virginia
Hall, Guy lead No. 2 Virginia past No. 18 Clemson, 61-36
Virginia broke open a close game in the second half to win their 11th straight.
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Matt Canada
Maryland announces new offensive coordinator
The Terps announced Matt Canada will replace Walt Bell as offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach.
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Statement wins shuffle local college hoops rankings
Craziness is the best word for this college basketball season and nearly every team in the Mid-Atlantic has contributed to it.
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Fernando hurt again in loss to Indiana
Bruno Fernando went out and the small rostered Terrapins were unable to close the gap late against Indiana.
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Hokies get sorely needed upset over UNC
The NCAA Tournament hopes may not be dead yet as the Hokies overpower No. 10 North Carolina at home. 
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Virginia Cavaliers forward Isaiah Wilkins looks to pass during the second half of the NIT Season Tip-Off championship game against the Rhode Island Rams
UVA maintains poll position with 10th straight win
No change for the Virginia Cavaliers and the rest of the top three teams in the country in the latest AP Poll.
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Florida State Seminoles guard M.J. Walker dribbles against Virginia Tech Hokies guard/forward Nickeil Alexander-Walker
M.J. Walker (FSU) is welcomed back to Virginia
Playing the closest to his hometown all season, Florida State's M.J. Walker put out a career performance against Virginia Tech.
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It takes 2OT but the Hoyas beat St. John's
Marcus Derrickson scored a career-high 27 points, 16 in the two overtime periods and Georgetown escaped with a 93-89 victory over St. John's.
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aryland Terrapins guard Kevin Huerter dribbles the ball in the first half against the Minnesota Golden Gophers
Huerter's 19 leads Terps' 2nd half push
It is getting close to desperation time in College Park, but a win over Minnesota gets the Terps back on track. 
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Cavs' defense holds GT to 48
Virginia's defense is ridiculous and held an opponent under 50 points for the eighth time this season.
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GW tops Mason in Revolutionary Rivalry
Yuta Watanabe scored 19 points, Terry Nolan Jr. had 18 points, six steals and six assists and George Washington beat George Masson 80-68 Wednesday night in the Revolutionary Rivalry.
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No. 1 'Nova hands Hoyas worst loss in 40 years
Top-ranked Villanova led by as many as 44 points and gave Georgetown a rude welcome back to the schools' rivalry, handing the Hoyas their worst loss in more than 40 years Wednesday night.
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Maryland Terrapins head coach Mark Turgeon looks on against the Xavier Musketeers during the NCAA Tournament
Injuries prepare Terps for run in '18-19
This season has decimated the Maryland Terps at the injury front. Despite the negatives, the injuries can propel the team to a special season in 2018-19.
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UVA Keeps Climbing Up
The newest AP Top 25 Poll is out, and the Cavaliers keep moving on up.
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Bracketology: Cavs in, Terps on bubble
For all of those just now joining the party in college basketball, we apologize. You've missed one heck of a season. 
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Stefon Diggs wins the NFC divisional round game for the Vikings
Former Terp Diggs plays hero, makes history
Former Maryland Terps WR Stefon Diggs scored the Vikings miracle-TD with no time remaining to propel the Vikings to the NFC Championship Game.
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Louisville Cardinals guard Ryan McMahon draws a charge as guard Darius Perry tries to steal the ball from Virginia Tech Hokies guard Nickeil Alexander-Walker
Louisville out-shoots Virginia Tech
The Hokies couldn't make plays down the stretch and came up short in their second trip to Kentucky in a month.
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After early lead, Georgetown falls to Seton Hall
The Hoyas found themselves with an early lead, but Seton Hall proved to be too much in the end.
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Battered Terps fall to Ohio State
The Terps have lost three key players to season-ending injuries in the last two weeks, and the impact was obvious against Ohio State.
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Winning streaks galore in local college hoops
Some teams are turning the corner at the perfect time in college basketball. It sets Virginia, Old Dominion, and William & Mary up perfectly for a championship run. 
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Hill, Robinson lead Tech to big road win over Wake Forest
Ahmed Hill scored 21 points while Justin Robinson came up with three critical baskets late to help Virginia Tech hold off Wake Forest 83-75 on Wednesday night.
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GW no match for Grady, Davidson
Kellan Grady scored 19 points and Jon Axel Gudmundsson had 19 points, nine rebounds and two steals to help Davidson beat George Washington 72-45 on Wednesday night.
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UVA surges into top 5 in new AP Poll
The Cavaliers jumped three spots in the latest AP Top 25 Poll with a new top team.
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Terps power past Iowa to bounce back from blowout loss
The Maryland Terrapins bounced back from a rough loss to Michigan State to overpower the Hawkeyes.
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George Washington blown out at home by Rhode Island
This was George Washington's 4th loss in its last 5 games against the Rams.
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No. 8 Virginia takes down No. 12 UNC at home
Devon Hall's 16 points lead No. 8 Virginia past No. 12 North Carolina. 
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Blackshear Jr.'s big day carries Hokies past Pittsburgh
Kerry Blacksher Jr.'s career-day lifts Virginia Tech past Pittsburgh in ACC play. 
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Creighton goes bombs away from behind the arc in rout of Georgetown
Creighton took down Georgetown thanks to Toby Hegner and a three-point barrage. 
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Michigan State runs over Terps in 30-point win
The Terps headed to No.1 ranked Michigan State, and well, it didn't go so well for the guys in red.
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Bruno Fernando
Terps topple Penn State for 7th straight win
Even with two star players injured, the Terps managed to get their 7th straight win in a close game against Penn State.
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Power Ranks: A whole new college basketball season in conference play
It's the New Year so while you welcome in a bunch of changes, it is also time for college basketball's conference play. 
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Virginia Cavaliers forward Isaiah Wilkins reacts after dunking the ball against the Boston College Eagles which was overturned after the clock wasn't started during the last seconds of the game
UVA continues to move up in AP poll
A new No. 1, the Cavaliers continue to rise, and Trae Young's Oklahoma Sooners jump into the top 10 in the latest AP Top 25 poll. 
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Rowsey drops 35 as Hoyas fall to 0-2 in Big East
Andrew Rowsey hit 6 of 9 shots from long range and scored a season-high 35 points as Marquette handled Georgetown 74-65 in a Big East Conference battle Saturday.
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Abey runs over Virginia in Military Bowl win
Backup quarterback Zach Abey scored five touchdowns, Malcolm Perry ran for 114 yards and two scores and Navy beat Virginia 49-7 in a surprisingly lopsided Military Bowl on Thursday.
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Shorthanded Terps hold off Fairleigh Dickinson at home
Down 3 rotation players, Maryland uses 24-0 run to pull away from Fairleigh Dickinson.
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DMV Hoops Power Rankings: Hokies are no joke
More movement near the top as the Virginia Tech Hokies have an impressive performance against the Wildcats. That and more as non-conference play comes to a close. 
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UVA making moves, Arizona State leaps Duke in new AP Top 25 poll
The latest AP poll jumbled up nearly every team on the list.
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One reason to watch every bowl game
Bowl season is here and it is glorious. We give you a reason to sit down and watch every single game.
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No. 16 Virginia easily handles Davidson
Nigel Johnson and Devon Hall lead the way for No. 16 Virginia in a 80-60 win over Davidson.
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Hokies put up a big fight, but can't take down big blue
Virginia Tech went on the road to Kentucky and almost took down the No. 8 Wildcats. 
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Orange crush Hoyas' hopes in overtime
After what has been described as a weak schedule so far, Georgetown fell apart late against Syracuse in a 86-79 loss in overtime.
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Virginia falls, Duke bounced from atop new AP Top 25
West Virginia took down UVA this week, so where does that leave them both in the latest AP Top 25 Poll?
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Hoyas hold on to stay perfect against NC A&T
After getting out to an early 14-0 lead, the Hoyas held on to a 83-74 win over North Carolina A&T. 
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No Jackson or Fernando is no problem for the Terps
The Terps were led by Darryl Morsell's career-high 18 points in a 82-60 win over Gardner-Webb.
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Virginia sits atop DMV College Hoops
It was debatable if Virginia or Maryland should have been the top team last week. This time around, there is no question that the Cavaliers are the top team in the Mid-Atlantic.
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Hoyas hold off Howard at home
Georgetown stays undefeated with double-digit win over visiting Howard.
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Maryland survives injury scare in blowout home win
Cekovsky's perfect night helps Maryland come away with a victory in return to non-conference play.
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Bibbs, Blackshear have huge night for Hokies
Justin Bibbs and Kerry Blackshear Jr. scored 20 points each to carry Virginia Tech to a 95-68 victory over Radford on Wednesday. 
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Maryland escapes in OT vs. Illinois
Anthony Cowan led the Terps with 27 points in the Big Ten matchup Sunday night. 
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Duke stays No. 1, Georgetown receiving votes
The Week 5 AP poll was announced Monday, but there was little movement at the top.
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Virginia Tech uses big second-half rally to take down Ole Miss
Virginia Tech topped Ole Miss 83-80 in overtime after overcoming 16-pont deficit. 
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Not just a Guy for No. 18 Virginia
Kyle Guy cut his hand on Friday in practice, but that didn't slow him down against Lehigh on Saturday. 
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Watanabe drops career high in GW's win over Morgan State
Watanabe had an excellent night of shooting and was able to lead George Washington past Morgan State for the team's fourth win of the year.  
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Virginia Tech storms past Iowa in one-sided win
The Hokies made an early run against Iowa and never looked back. With a solid performance from Hill, the Hokies made it look easy against the Hawkeyes.
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Georgetown cruises past Maine
Georgetown coasts to win against Maine after a strong night of shooting from Johnson and Govan.
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Maryland falls short in first road game
Maryland played well, but couldn't come away with a win in a close opening game of the ACC/ Big 10 Challenge.
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Virginia Cavaliers forward Isaiah Wilkins looks to pass during the second half of the NIT Season Tip-Off championship game against the Rhode Island Rams
Virginia ranked No. 18 in AP Poll
It was supposed to be down year for the Virginia Cavaliers. After three weeks they are already back in the AP Top 25. 
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Towson Hoops emerging in Power Rankings
Now that you are full from Thanksgiving, hopefully with a lot of hours of watching hoops behind you, here is how feast week shuffled out. 
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Iesha Small
Small lifts No. 15 Maryland women past Miami
Ieshia Small earned her first double-double in the Terps' win Sunday against Miami.
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Georgetown Hoyas forward Marcus Derrickson shoots the ball over Richmond Spiders guard Jacob Gilyard during the second half at Robins Center.
Hoyas get 1st road victory in Richmond
Three players flirted with a double-double for the Hoyas, giving Georgetown their best looking win of the season over the Richmond Spiders. 
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Penn State quarterback Trace McSorley runs the ball against Maryland Terrapins Qwuantrezz Knight
Terps embarrassed on senior day
Crazy things happen on senior day, but in College Park there was no chance at an upset for the Terrapins. 
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14 straight Commonwealth Cups for Virginia Tech
It wasn't clean, it wasn't high scoring, but it was the Commonwealth Cup and Virginia Tech emerged victorious again. 
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Terps offense gets it going over New Mexico
Anthony Cowan scored 21 points to pace Maryland as the Terps topped New Mexico 80-65 in the Emerald Coast Classic consolation game Saturday.
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A first for Terps basketball this season
Maryland entered undefeated, but after 20 turnovers the Terps fell for the first time this season in a 63-61 loss to St. Bonaventure. 
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DMV Hoops Power Rankings: Feast week
Maryland and Virginia solified themselves as the face of all teams in the area this week. Meanwhile a Big South team surges into the top 10.
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Georgetown Hoyas head coach Patrick Ewing talks with forward Antwan Walker
Ewing's Hoyas stay undefeated, beat UMES
Double-doubles by Jessie Govan and Marcus Derrickson keep Patrick Ewing and Georgetown undefeated to start the season. 
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Kyle Guy helps Virginia push past VCU 76-67
Thanks to a strong shooting night for Kyle Guy, Virginia were able to pull-away from VCU in the fourth quarter to win 76-67.
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Hokies can't figure out Saint Louis
Despite getting a career-high 26 points from Ahmed Hill, Virginia Tech fell to Saint Louis. 
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Kara Lawson part of star-studded Virginia Sports Hall of Fame class
NBC Sports Washington's Kara Lawson, a WNBA and Olympic champion fron Springfield, Va., was officially named selected to enter the Virginia Sports Hall of Fame.
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From left to right: Old Dominion's B.J. Stith, Richmond head coach Chris Mooney, and Goergetown's Jessie Govan
DMV Hoops Power Rankings: Opening Weekend
If you were one of the Power-5 schools in the DMV there was nothing to worry about on opening weekend. If your name was Richmond or Norfolk State, watch out.
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New AP Poll: Is Maryland in Top 25?
Four Big Ten teams are ranked in the new AP Top 25 poll, but did the Terps make the cut?
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Ewing's Georgetown Debut One to Remember
Ewing explains the biggest difference for him between being a player and coach for his alma mater.
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Terps loss boosts Michigan in AP ranks
The Terps remain unranked, but their opponents for the rest of the season are.
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Anthony Cowan
Terps rolls to 96-43 victory against UMES
The Terps routed UMES in their season home opener Sunday night.
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Jackson torches UVA in win
Lamar Jackson accounted for four touchdowns and 342 yards and Louisville's defense posted one of its best efforts this season on Saturday in a win over UVA.
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Terps can't keep up with Michigan
Brandon Peters threw two touchdown passes, Chris Evans ran for two scores and No. 21 Michigan dominated Maryland in the first half in a 35-10 victory Saturday.
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Terps roll in season opener over Stony Brook
The sophomores stepped up for the Terps in their season-opening win over Stony Brook. 
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10 Hoops Stars in the DMV
Everyone is coming up with watch-lists for college basketball season, so here are the players to watch for in the DMV area.
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Justin Jackson dribbles past Minnesota Gophers forward Jordan Murphy
Another Terp named to the Naismith Watch List
Fifty college basketball players across the country were named to the Naismith Trophy Watch List on Wednesday afternoon and Maryland sophomore Justin Jackson made the cut.
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DMV College Hoops Power Rankings
Throughout the Mid-Atlantic region you think of Maryland, Virginia, and Georgetown for college hoops. This season, we take a look at all 29 teams. 
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Rutgers Scarlet Knights defensive lineman Sebastian Joseph sacks Maryland Terrapins quarterback Max Bortenschlager
Believe it, the Terps fall to Rutgers
Gus Edwards ran for 109 yards and caught a go-ahead 23-yard touchdown pass with 7:30 remaining to rally Rutgers to a 31-24 victory over Maryland on Saturday.
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Virginia Cavaliers quarterback Kurt Benkert passes the ball against the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets first quarter at Scott Stadium
Four TDs in 1st five min of 2nd, highlight UVA-GT
Kurt Benkert hit Andre Levrone with a 27-yard touchdown pass with 1:22 remaining Saturday and Virginia rallied to become bowl eligible.
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Jackson's big day sends No. 13 Hokies past Duke
The No. 13 ranked Virginia Tech Hokies started slow, but sped past Duke on Saturday thanks to a big game from QB Josh Jackson
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A surprising Homecoming win
Maryland moves to 4-4 after pulling out a back-and-forth 42-39 victory over Indiana
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Virginia season starting to unravel after loss to Pitt
Considered one of the more surprising stories of the early season, things have fallen apart quickly for Virginia.
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Virginia falls flat in quest to become bowl eligible
Virginia (5-2, 2-1) came in as the favorite with the hopes of becoming bowl eligible and instead got steamrolled by Boston College. 
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Terps Struggle Against No. 5 Wisconsin
Maryland couldn't hang with No. 5 Wisconsin as they fell on the road 38-13 in Madison.
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Terps defensive back Tino Ellis
Terps have worst defense in Big 10
The Terps have just one sack in their last three games.
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Ty Johnson's 100-yard kick return for Maryland earns him Big Ten honors
This was an incredible run against the Ohio State Buckeyes on Saturday.
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VT QB powers Hokies past BC
Josh Jackson threw for 322 yards and a touchdown and No. 16 Virginia Tech bounced back from a loss to defending national champion Clemson to beat Boston College 23-10 on Saturday night.
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Terps blown out in Columbus
J.T. Barrett threw for three touchdowns and ran for another in the first half, and No. 10 Ohio State had its most dominant defensive effort in nearly 60 years, routing Maryland 62-14 on Saturday.
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Benkert leads 'Hoos to win
Kurt Benkert recovered from a terrible start with three touchdown passes and Virginia beat Duke 28-21 on Saturday.
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Kelly Bryant leads No. 2 Clemson past No. 12 Hokies, 31-17
Kelly Bryant avoided mistakes as the Tigers beat the No. 12 Hokies 31-17 in a game that the Tigers had control of seemingly throughout.
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Running game carries Terps
Ty Johnson rushed for 130 yards and a 34-yard touchdown run with 1:10 to play to lift Maryland to a 31-24 victory over Minnesota on Saturday.
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Hokies handle Old Dominion easily
Steven Peoples had scored three career touchdowns for No. 13 Virginia Tech heading into Saturday's game against Old Dominion.
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QB issues lead to Maryland's first loss
Taj McGowan scored two touchdowns, quarterback McKenzie Milton ran for 94 yards and Central Florida capitalized on an early injury to Maryland quarterback Kasim Hill in a 38-10 upset Saturday.
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Maryland football highlights NCAA hypocrisy with giveaway
The backwards NCAA rules strike again, this time at a Maryland football game.
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VT beats WVU 31-24 in electric showdown at FedEx Field
West Virginia vs. Virginia Tech had FedEx Field jumpin' Sunday night in their first meeting in 12 years.
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Maryland Terrapins quarterback Tyrrell Pigrome runs for the first down at Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium.
Terps start year with a Texas-sized upset
Coming in as a three touchdown underdog, the Maryland Terrapins leave Texas with a Top 25 win to start the season. 
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John Thompson remembers his friend Rollie Massimino
Hours after learning of Rollie Massimino's death, John Thomspon II spoke to CSN about the former Villanova coach.
5-star recruit Quickley removes Maryland from recruiting list; Top 3 set
Five-star PG recruit Immanuel Quickley officially took Maryland off his list on CSN Mid-Atlantic Wednesday night. The Terps needed to communicate more, and they didn't.
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Mitchell Twins visit SportsTalk Live after committing to UMD
The Mitchell twins visit SportsTalk Live after committing to Maryland.
Maryland unveils new Cole Field House
There is a new training facility for Maryland football and Maryland Athletics. On Wednesday the university unveiled a state-of-the-art facility that will hope to take Maryland to the next level.
Melo Trimble signs with the 'Wolves
Moving away from the Philadelphia 76ers, Melo Trimble finds himself a contract for a second NBA team. 
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Maryland helmet
Maryland's move to Big Ten is paying off
The University of Maryland has seen a rise in total sports revenue this past year and rank well in the annual NCAA Division 1 public school athletics finances. 
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UVa cornerback wins big in Virginia lottery
University of Virginia cornerback Charles Davis won $100,000 in Virginia lottery.
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What rival jersey would you buy?
What is the one jersey a D.C. sports fan would wear if they were forced to buy a jersey of their least favorite team?
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Maryland lacrosse's incredible, historic weekend
Maryland's lacrosse programs wrote themselves into the NCAA history books in several ways this weekend.
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Terps lacrosse turn title nightmares into championship dreams
The Maryland Terrapin's men's lacrosse team finally turned their championship nightmares into championship dreams.
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Connor Kelly Maryland men's lacrosse USAT
Maryland men's lacrosse to play for national title
Maryland held on to beat Denver, 9-8, in the national semifinals Saturday afternoon at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts.
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Rob Carlin and Cindy Timchal
Cindy Timchal previews Navy women's lacrosse Final Four
Navy women's lacrosse coach Cindy Timchal joined Rob Carlin on STL to look ahead to the Mids' first Final Four appearance and the support they have received along the way.
Justin Jackson sinks a 3-pointer against Georgetown
Terps' Jackson reportedly coming back to school
After testing the NBA waters, Maryland's Justin Jackson reportedly is coming back for his sophomore season.
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STL catches up with former Terps, NFL star Shawne Merriman
Former Maryland and NFL star Shawne Merriman joined STL on Tuesday to talk about Maryland, new Redskins defensive coordinator Greg Manusky and the latest in his life.
Ray Lewis' son is transferring to Maryland
Will Rayshad be the next Lewis to star on the football field in Maryland? DJ Durkin and the Terrapins sure wouldn't mind if he is.
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Former Terp Juan Dixon to be named Coppin State coach
Maryland legend, and former assistant coach, Juan Dixon will be named the Coppin State basketball coach according to a report.
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Maryland gets commitment from Duke transfer
The Maryland Terrapins snagged former Duke player Sean Obi as a graduate transfer on Thursday. 
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Two Terps selected in 1st Round of WNBA Draft
Continung to pump out WNBA stars, two Maryland Terrapins were selected sixth and eighth overall in the 2017 WNBA Draft.
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Harper ties career high in easy win over Cardinals
Harper tied a career high in hits and reached base in all six plate appearances as the Nationals routed the Cardinals 14-6 on Monday.
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Donaldson one on one with Georgetown coach Patrick Ewing
Patrick Ewing and Julie Donaldson discuss what Ewing's plan is for Georgetown Basketball
Ewing: 'I thought it was a great fit to come back'
Georgetown Basketball's newest HC Patrick Ewing joined the Junkies Wednesday morning for his first interview since accepting the job and discussed why he was interested in the position.
Ewing on his recruiting plan for Georgetown Basketball
Patrick Ewing discusses his plan on recruiting for Georgetown Basketball after calling DC the " hot bed of good talent."
Patrick Ewing
It's good to be home: Ewing delivers introductory statement
Patrick Ewing was officially introduced as Georgetown's basketball coach on Wednesday, and the three-time All-American connected the past with the future.
Patrick Ewing and his son, Patrick Ewing Jr.
Bizarre clause forces Patrick Ewing to fire son
Patrick Ewing Jr. won't stay on staff at Georgetown under his dad Patrick Ewing because of a nepotism clause. A nepotism clause at Georgetown? That's funny.
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Ewing's son will not be on Georgetown's coaching staff
Patrick Ewing on how his son will no longer be on the coaching staff at Georgetown.
Ewing not intimidated by recruiting, sees himself as closer
In his first interview as Georgetown head coach, Patrick Ewing told the Junkies that he's not intimidated by the prospect of recruiting. He laid out his vision of his role as a recruiting closer.
Ewing imagined return to DC would be as Wizards coach
In his first interview as Hoyas head coach, Patrick Ewing told the Junkies that he would not have taken a college coaching job anywhere but Georgetown. In fact, he imagined any return to DC would be as head...
How John Thompson Jr. influenced Ewing's decision making.
Georgetown Basketball's new HC and Georgetown legend, Patrick Ewing, on how John Thompson Jr. played a role in his decision to accept the position and how he influences his coaching style.
Ewing hopes to recruit players with NBA-style system
In his first interview as Hoyas head coach, Patrick Ewing said he'll try to attract players to the program with an NBA-style system that could help them prepare for the next level.
New Hoyas coach Ewing gets high praise from Wizards' Brooks
Wizards coach Scott Brooks had nothing but praise for former teammate and new Georgetown head coach Patrick Ewing, who Brooks says was the best teammate he ever had.
Full Interview: GW head coach Maurice Joseph joins STL
GW head coach Maurice Joseph joined SportsTalk Live to talk national championship, Patrick Ewing to Georgetown and his program on STL.
Walker: Hoyas players are going to 'love' Ewing
Kemba Walker, who has worked with Patrick Ewing for four years, said he's very excited about Ewing getting the head coaching job at Georgetown. He said players will love playing under Ewing.
Clifford predicts Ewing will bring back the 'old Hoyas'
Hornets head coach Steve Clifford was effusive in his praise of assistant Patrick Ewing, who just accepted the head coaching job at Georgetown. He said Ewing will restore the Hoyas to their glory days.
Maryland women lose standout freshman to transfer
Three women's basketball players will be transfering out of Maryland, including Destiny Slocum, who just won WBCA National Freshman of the Year. 
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Junkies react to Patrick Ewing hiring
Cakes, E.B., and Lurch share their thoughts on Georgetown hiring Patrick Ewing.
One 'huge issue' with Patrick Ewing as a head coach
Ben Standig wants to be excited about Patrick Ewing's hire at Georgetown, but there's one thing he's very skeptical of when it comes to the new coach.
The Patrick Ewing hire is a risky one, but it should pay off
College basketball analyst Rob Dauster says he likes the Patrick Ewing hire by Georgetown more than many national voices.
Hornets assistant coach Patrick Ewing
Patrick Ewing in as Hoyas new coach
Georgetown is bringing back legend Patrick Ewing to take over the program, a source confirmed to CSN Mid-Atlantic on Monday.
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Knoche on Gonzaga's strong bench
Maryland Basketball analyst Chris Knoche joined the Junkies Monday ahead of the NCAA Championship game to talk about the final match up and how strong Gonzaga's bench is.
Patrick Ewing to meet with Georgetown
Former Georgetown center Patrick Ewing will reportedly meet with the team about their coaching vacancy.
Ewing reportedly meeting about Hoyas job Monday
According to multiple reports, Patrick Ewing will have a formal meeting about the Georgetown coaching job on Monday. 
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Former Terp wins WrestleMania match thanks to Gronk
A former Maryland football player got some outside help from Rob Gronkowski en route to a stunning victory at WrestleMania 33.
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Georgetown and Maryland ranked high in AP Top 100
Releasing their all-time top 100 rankings, the Associated Press had both Georgetown and Maryland high on the list.
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Melo Trimble
Melo Trimble to enter NBA Draft
After turning the program around, Melo Trimble will declare for the 2017 NBA Draft, forgoing his senior season.
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John Feinstein
John Feinstein makes his Final Four, national title picks
With the Final Four now settled, John Feinstein makes his picks on who will win between the two games, as well as the national championship game.
Jamion Christian
Mount St. Mary's coach praises Georgetown's culture
A candidate for the Georgetown head coaching job priases the culture John Thompson II set. 
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Melo Trimble
Melo Trimble named AP Honorable Mention
Make it three straight seasons that Melo Trimble has received an All-American recognition. 
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GW officially hires long-term basketball coach
The Colonials seemed to like what they saw. 
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Pete Gillen on JTIII being fired
CBS Sports analyst Pete Gillen gave the Junkies his thoughts on JTIII being fired and some names of who could replace him.
Pete Gillen talks Final Four with the Junkies
CBS Sports Basketball analyst Pete Gillen joined the Junkies Monday morning to talk Final Four and the strong points of each team.
Ewing's HS coach makes case for him to be next Hoyas coach
Patrick Ewing's high school coach explained why he deserves to be the next head coach at Georgetown after the firing of John Thompson III.
Duane Simpkins talks Georgetown coaching search, Final Four
George Mason assistant coach and former player for the Maryland Terrapins Duane Simpkins weighs in on Georgetown's coaching search, the NCAA Tournament and the Final Four with CSN's Chick Hernandez.
Terps lose to 10 seed Oregon
Sabrina Ionescu led five Oregon players in double figures with 21 points in a 77-63 upset win over third-seeded Maryland.
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Hoyas' legendary player Patrick Ewing could be the next head coach
Will Patrick Ewing be Georgetown's new head coach? There's a good reason why and a good reason why not.
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Knoche on JTIII firing: 'Now was the time to do it'
Maryland Basketball analyst Chris Knoche joined the Junkies Friday and said he was shocked to hear about the John Thompson III firing, but feels that now was the time to do it.
Who do the Junkies think should replace JTIII?
The Junkies debate who should replace legendary Georgetown Basketball coach John Thompson III after unexpectedly being fired Thursday.
Junkies react to John Thompson III being fired
The Junkies share their reactions and possible reasons why longtime Georgetown Basketball coach John Thompson III was fired Thursday.
Adrian Branch on JT3, where Georgetown goes from here
Where does Georgetown go from here? ESPN's Adrian Branch gives his take.
Unrest by fans and alumni should not fire a coach
John Feinstein thought, John Thompson III deserved one more season at Georgetown, but nevertheless this is a big moment for the program moving away from the Thompson family.
Georgetown's top options at head coach
Some consider Georgetown to be one of the top three jobs in the Big East, who will be the guy that replaces the Thompson family legacy?
Rob Dauster on JT3 firing: I didn't think it would happen
John Thompson III is now out of Georgetown, it may be a long time coming but it still comes as a little of a shock.
Who should Georgetown hire to replace JTIII?
After firing John Thompson III as their head basketball coach, the Georgetown Hoyas have an interesting decision to make. Here are nine candidates the Hoyas should consider.
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John Thompson III reacts to firing in statement
The Georgetown Hoyas decided to fire longtime men's basketball head coach John Thompson III on Thursday afternoon. Read the coach's reaction to that move here.
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Read Georgetown president's statement on moving on from JT3
Georgetown University president John J. DeGioia issued a statement Thursday announcing that head basketball coach John Thompson III had been let go. 
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JTIII fired as Georgetown Hoyas coach
After missing the NCAA Tournament in three of the past four seasons, the Georgetown Hoyas have fired head coach John Thompson III.
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UVA Marial Shayok
Marial Shayok transferring from Virginia
Virginia guard Marial Shayok is transferring, head coach Tony Bennett announced Wednesday. 
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What happened to the ACC in the NCAA Tournament?
John Feinstein reacts to how poorly the ACC performed in the first weekend of the NCAA Tournament.
Did Will Wade make the right decision to leave VCU for LSU?
John Feinstein breaks down Will Wade's decision to leave VCU for LSU.
How are top NBA prospects are playing in NCAA Tournament?
CSN's Brian Mitchell and Chris Miles take a look at whether Markelle Fultz's draft stock is hurt because his team didn't play in the tournament.
Ken Pomeroy calls NCAA Tournament 'a little disappointing'
College Basketball Statistician Ken Pomeroy speaks on how the NCAA Tournament has been 'a little disappointing' so far and how Maryland's future looks.
Duke lost, but the Internet won
Dukes' Luke Kennard wasn't happy with his fifth foul in Sunday night's loss against South Carolina. However, his reaction gave us some great memes.  
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Destiny Slocum
Maryland women back in the Sweet Sixteen
A 70-foot buzzer beater highlights Maryland's rout to get back into the Sweet 16.
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Maryland basketball player hits half court shot
Hitting half-court buzzer-beaters will never not be cool. 
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Junkies debate Trimble's legacy
Following Maryland's Thursday night loss to Xavier, The Sports Junkies discuss what Melo Trimble's legacy will be if he leaves Maryland and turns pro. 
Shayok and Perrantes talk Virginia's comeback win over UNCW
Marial Shayok and London Perrantes led the Virginia Cavaliers to a comeback victory over UNCW.
Terps' season ends with loss to Xavier
Maryland's season ended Thursday with a loss to Xavier in the NCAA tournament.
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Juan Dixon tells HBO how he discovered his father was alive
Juan Dixon had always believed both of his parents died of HIV. He told HBO Sports the story of finding out the truth. 
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Virginia shows it can play with tempo in win over UNCW
Defensive-minded Virginia showed it can play with a little offensive tempo, even using five guards to outpace UNC Wilmington.
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Virginia Cavaliers guard Kyle Guy (5) gestures after making a three point field goal against the North Carolina Tar Heels in the first half.
DMV schools odds to win the National Championship
The Virginia Cavaliers are the only D.C., Maryland, Virginia team to have a legitimate chance at the NCAA title, and its low.
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Maryland women's NCAA Tournament information
Always a model of consistency, the Maryland women's basketball program has made the NCAA tournament yet again. 
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March Madness: Jenks storms out of post-show presser
March Madness has us wondering: What would it be like to have to give a press conference after a poor performance? CSN's Michael Jenkins gave it a shot.
Don't bank on these six teams in your bracket
Think about your 2017 NCAA Tournament bracket, and you will realize some of these teams are not worth the risk.
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Melo Trimble not worried about Big Ten tournament finish
Melo Trimble says Maryland's disappointing finish in the Big Ten tournament is behind them now and that the NCAA tournament is a "clean slate."
The best and worst March Madness mascots
Ranking the 2017 NCAA Tournament mascots is a right of passage. Let March Madness begin.
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NCAA Tournament 2017: What channel is truTV?
March Madness is upon us, which means it's time to find out how to watch games on truTV. 
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