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Latest Mark Turgeon Items
Maryland coach Mark Turgeon could have grumbled extensively about perimeter defense or a so-so stretch from his second team or an inability to hit a jump shot if he so chose.
Little besides the clickety-clack of laptop keys filled Comcast Center on Friday more than an hour after the Terrapins' defeat of Long Island. At least until Nick Faust stepped onto the floor for extra work.
Mark Turgeon had yet to see the real Dez Wells, the all-around player viewed as a man who could provide multiple elements to an inexperienced Maryland team upon receiving eligibility last week.
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.
They marched to the scorer's table Monday night, often four at a time. It was never a full line change, but it was enough to prove a point.
There was little time to waste in the wake of Friday's season-opening loss to No. 3 Kentucky, little reason for Maryland coach Mark Turgeon to hold back.
There was one shot, maybe two, Maryland coach Mark Turgeon might have preferred Alex Len refrain from taking in Friday's season opener.
The Maryland Terrapins came up short against the No. 3 Kentucky Wildcats, 72-69, but it was nearly beside the point. The Terps erased a 15-point deficit in the second half, traded the lead with Kentucky and very much looked like they belonged in an important game for the first time under coach Mark Turgeon.
Nick Faust looks around the Maryland locker room, and there isn't much familiar from his freshman season.