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Maryland is just one step away from its fourth trip to the NCAA women's Final Four, but the task gets even tougher Tuesday night.
Of all the motivators in college basketball, perhaps none is as strong as graduation.
Tomas Vokoun lay on his back on the ice, hurricane siren blaring and red light turning behind his net. The goaltender had done just about everything he could, and it wasn't nearly enough.
Maryland's conference opener Sunday night reinforced the two realities coach Mark Turgeon must balance in his first season in College Park.
In the rotation of lines, the trio of Matt Hendricks, Jeff Halpern and Mike Knuble stepped onto the ice third Friday night, leading Hendricks to question the label of being the "fourth line." Then, Jason Chimera piped up as he was walking by.
Eric Staal looked very much like an All-Star when he put up two goals and an assist for the Carolina Hurricanes on Oct. 8 at Verizon Center. Fewer players have had a more frustrating stretch since.
Scotty McCreery's popularity with the judges fell a bit when he sang his last song on the "American Idol" competition, but that's unlikely to matter to supporters of the contestant from North Carolina.