The Washington Times - November 28, 2008, 09:27PM

I’ve received a little feedback on the plus/minus stats from each game, and there seems to be a general theme:

It’s sort of interesting, but does it really mean anything?

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On a per-game basis, I’m dubious. Averaged out over the season, quite possibly.

The largest numbers, good and bad, are probably going to go to the guys on the floor the most. And that usually means Greivis Vasquez, who was minus-20 in tonight’s 22-point loss to Gonzaga.

But he played 35 minutes, so that sort of number is to be expected.

Onward to tonight’s rundown, which is not nearly as sparkly for Maryland as its first four games were:

Playervs. GONZ 
SeasonPer minute
1-Milbourne-13+160.13
4-Dupree-15+100.11
5-Hayes-8+690.48
11-Kim-13+100.19
14-Mosley-18+170.25
21-Vasquez-20+550.32
22-Bowie-12+360.34
23-Pearman 
000.00
24-Tucker-3+180.22
25-Goins0+70.78
32-Burney-2+170.74
33-Gregory+2+300.55
35-Neal-8+350.37

Patrick Stevens