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Nearly every preseason assumption about the Maryland basketball team stemmed from two obvious truths.
Smart, but not smart enough. Better defensively, just not quite to the level necessary. The ability to keep things curious, but not quite to the finish.
Alex Len's initial impact on Maryland's basketball fortunes came at both ends of the floor.
Maryland gamely survived Florida State's attempt to bully it throughout the first half Tuesday night. A quick burst just after the break was quite another matter.
First-year Maryland men's basketball coach Mark Turgeon is a breath of fresh air, and not just because first-year football coach Randy Edsall is emitting so much funk. No matter who occupied the head office at the Gossett Team House, there's little doubt that athletic director Kevin Anderson at least got the hoops hire right.
Maryland's conference opener Sunday night reinforced the two realities coach Mark Turgeon must balance in his first season in College Park.