No matter the answer, more progress seems likely to come. Of course, more results like Wednesday’s could be in the offing as well. The Terps are getting better, but it’s best to remember they had a long way to go to begin with.
“It’s more of who we are,” said Turgeon, whose teams plays host to Virginia Tech (12-8, 1-4) on Saturday. “We’re a young team, we’re inexperienced. We just make mental errors. We don’t make free throws. If you want to say it’s more of an offensive problem, I think it’s everything. We’re getting closer in everything that we do. But I do think offensively, we’re still trying to figure it out.”
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Patrick Stevens has covered Maryland and other Mid-Atlantic college sports for more than a decade. You can reach him at email@example.com.
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