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Topic - Seth Allen
Following Seth Allen's transfer, the recruiting pitch has changed for one four-star recruit that Maryland hopes to land. Details here.
Former Maryland guard Seth Allen is transferring to Virginia Tech. And what he has said publicly lines up with what he should expect when he heads to Blacksburg.
For the first time in depth publicly, Seth Allen talked about the rash of transfers at Maryland and the possibility of a move to come. More here.
Seth Allen is no longer a Maryland Terrapin, but it's unclear where he could play his college basketball. He laid out a timetable on WNST Radio in Baltimore on Tuesday.
With Seth Allen's transfer officially announced on Friday, how does Maryland's offense change? Breaking it down here.
After two seasons in College Park, guard Seth Allen reportedly intends to transfer from the program.
Seth Allen's transfer on Friday spurred a number of players and coaches affiliated with the program to speak out on Twitter.
After missing the first 12 games of last season with a broken foot, Allen averaged 13.4 points and three assists. His best game came against Florida State, when he scored 32 points.
With the transfer of Seth Allen, where do the Terrapins stand? There are moving pieces right now in College Park and Daniel Martin breaks down what it means.
Chick Hernandez checks in after a tough loss for the Terps means the end of Maryland's ACC run.
Maryland's last-second loss to Florida State ended the Terrapins' 61-year run in the ACC. Guard Seth Allen says it is the "story" of Maryland's season.
Maryland guard Seth Allen will honor Zach Lederer, a former manager who lost his battle with cancer on Tuesday, by writing on his shoes vs. Florida State.
Seth Allen has had two very different performances vs. Florida State this season. Which kind will he have on Thursday? Mark Turgeon holds the key.
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.
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.
And what he has said publicly lines up with what he should expect when he heads to Blacksburg.
"It's a week away, and you can see in practices everybody is going hard. It's a different team," Allen said. "We're playing so much harder than we were in the beginning of the season. Just us knowing ACC play is right around the corner, guys are giving everything they've got and you can see in the game that it translates."