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And then there were two. Mark Turgeon replaced Gary Williams as Maryland's men's basketball coach last May. Exactly one year later, only two players from the old regime remain at College Park. So let's hear it for the sole survivors, rising senior James Padgett and rising junior Pe'Shon Howard.
Maryland's men's basketball assistant coaches made $692,320 last season, a 59.9 percent increase over the previous set of assistants.
School bus drivers across the nation have made headlines recently for all the wrong reasons, including spectacular crashes and charges of drunken driving and theft of the iconic yellow vehicle.
If Loyola was going to experience a quick departure in the NCAA tournament, it was going to do it the same way it approached the rest of its season.
In the formative days of his coaching career, Jimmy Patsos' days were a blur. Mornings and afternoons were spent in Maryland's basketball office, his nights working at the Third Edition in Georgetown.
The Maryland basketball program's most bizarre 12 months in recent memory are almost over, this week's trip to the ACC tournament likely its final stop.
There's a natural order to things in college sports. A group of players come in together, a few might be peeled off in the ensuing four years, and in the end they take their place in a pre-game ceremony before their final home game.
Maryland couldn't bring a victory back to its locker room for Mark Turgeon to savor Wednesday night at Miami.
Choose nearly any year in the last quarter-century, and playing Duke meant a pick-your-poison proposition.