SNYDER: Coach, players growing into roles at Maryland

Just like Turgeon still is getting a handle on his new team, his players are doing likewise on him. Substitution patterns are being fine-tuned, standards are being established and limits are being set. They’re growing accustomed to his sometimes fiery demeanor, his demands for defense and the quick hook at his disposal.

“I think we’ve figured everything out now,” Mosley said. “The first couple of games [with Howard and Len] we tried to figure out and coach tried to figure it out. Now everything is getting back to normal.

If only the same was true on the other side of Maryland’s revenue-sports equation.

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