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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Mark Turgeon
Faced with one of the toughest situations a coach has to make, Mark Turgeon went against his convictions on Sunday night. It didn't work out.
Maryland closed out its 61st and final Atlantic Coast Conference regular season in stunning fashion, outlasting No. 5 Virginia 75-69 in overtime Sunday to end the Cavaliers' 13-game winning streak.
As the final seconds of regulation ticked off the clock, the sellout crowd was poised to storm the court to celebrate an upset victory in Maryland's final regular season game in the Atlantic Coast Conference.
Given a second chance to celebrate the conclusion of Maryland's final regular-season game in the Atlantic Coast Conference, the fans at Comcast Center swarmed toward midcourt as the final buzzer sounded.
Sixty-one years of heated rivalries, heartbreaking defeats and unforgettable victories will come to an end Sunday for Maryland when the Terrapins play their final home game as a member of the Atlantic Coast Conference.
Following an incident on Tuesday, Mark Turgeon has delayed making a decision about the immediate future of Charles Mitchell. Details here.
Three points at a time, Maryland turned a halftime deficit against last-place Virginia Tech into the foundation of a blowout victory.
Charles Mitchell's status against Virginia is undetermined, following an incident on Tuesday at Comcast Center, head coach Mark Turgeon said.
Maryland's schedule has been less than predictable, but coach Mark Turgeon said his team has struggled to take advantage of extra time off.
Maryland head coach Mark Turgeon had additional plans in mind for how he was going to use Roddy Peters. Those, though, haven't worked out. More here.
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.
Maryland coach Mark Turgeon and Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim disagree on whether Nick Faust was fouled on the deciding play late in the Terps' loss on Monday night.
Gary Williams reacts to Jim Boeheim's advice for Maryland in his postgame comments.
The sellout crowd roared in anticipation as Nick Faust drove to the basket, poised to give Maryland the lead in the closing seconds against No. 4 Syracuse.
Up by 12 points with just under 6 minutes left, No. 4 Syracuse appeared poised to secure an unusually easy victory.
"The stuff we've been through, it's been tough," Turgeon said. "But it's made us a lot tougher for the future."
"Our guys were down. I was down," Turgeon said.