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Topic - Charles Mitchell
Maryland forward Charles Mitchell was injured midway through the second half of the team's ACC tournament matchup vs. Florida State on Thursday.
Following an incident on Tuesday, Mark Turgeon has delayed making a decision about the immediate future of Charles Mitchell. Details here.
If the teams don't meet in the ACC tournament, Maryland will head to the Big Ten after this season with a five-game winning streak against the Hokies and a 32-10 lead in the series.
Clemson's Damarcus Harrison knew coming in he'd have to make an important shot. He just didn't think he'd have to wait nearly 49 minutes to do it.
The Terrapins' final scheduled visit to Cameron ended in hard-to-swallow fashion Saturday night, a 69-67 loss to the eighth-ranked Blue Devils.
Maryland had two chances in the final seconds to walk out of Cameron Indoor Stadium with a win one last time.
The shot that would have beaten No. 8 Duke hung on the rim, bouncing once, then twice.
Charles Mitchell watched his last-second shot roll harmlessly off the rim and the Maryland-Duke rivalry comes to an end with a 69-67 Terps loss on Saturday.
Charles Mitchell plays with intensity, but not necessarily as much as a player he grew up watching. He explains why he's not quite "Psycho Chuck".
Charles Mitchell might not be built like a guard, but he had flashes of those skills in this steal and dunk in the second half vs. Virginia Tech. Watch here.
Maryland coach Mark Turgeon knows youthful inconsistency is part of the package when deploying a roster dominated by underclassmen. But during the Terrapins' 72-59 win over Clemson on Saturday, he saw his team showcase an unexpected trait: stability.
Charles Mitchell found himself parked on the bench more and more in early December, a few more pounds leading to a lot less playing time.
Maryland's conditioning opportunities decreased in early December, and freshman Charles Mitchell slipped a bit. He added a few pounds, grew a little more sluggish and found his playing time diminish significantly.
Last Wednesday's film session was a rough one for freshman forward Charles Mitchell. Even in an 83-74 win over Lafayette, head coach Mark Turgeon focused on everything that the Terrapins – and Mitchell in particular – did wrong.
Maryland center Shaquille Cleare checked into an exhibition game this month. Within three minutes, the burly freshman's first shot, and a dunk attempt at that, bounced astray.
"It just took all the wind out of me," Terps big man Charles Mitchell said of Bojanovsky's dunk. "So many times this year, so many close games we've been in and the ball didn't bounce our way and somebody picked it up and we lost the game. That's all I was thinking: not again, not again."
He explains why he's not quite "Psycho Chuck".