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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Obama's veil of secrecy is pierced
Topic - Terrell Stoglin
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.
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 guard Terrell Stoglin declared for the NBA draft after the school suspended him for one year for violating the university's student-athlete code of conduct.
Maryland guard Terrell Stoglin will remain in school for his junior season after considering a jump to the professional level.
Maryland guard Terrell Stoglin said after Friday's ACC tournament loss to North Carolina he is considering turning pro.
The end of Maryland's basketball season likely arrived Friday afternoon. Appropriately, it had all the hallmarks of the Terrapins' season.
Maryland's gleam of moderate overachievement and steady progress dissipated over the final three games of the regular season.
The last of Maryland's recruited scholarship players departed with more than three minutes remaining Saturday, a merciful reprieve from the final stages of a miserable half.
Maryland guard Terrell Stoglin took to Twitter to voice his displeasure with a late-game benching at Duke on Saturday.
Maryland survived life without guard Pe'Shon Howard in November and December. Doing so again in the final month of the season won't be quite so simple.
A feeble two hours of defensive rebounding ensured Maryland lost in its latest trip to Cameron Indoor Stadium. It won't be what is most remembered about Saturday's 73-55 defeat against No. 10 Duke.
One of Maryland's main messages might finally be seeping through.
Terrell Stoglin scored 27 points as Maryland fended off Clemson 64-62 to solidify its grip on seventh place in the ACC and chalk up the team's first win on an opponent's home court in more than a year.
The screams emanated from Maryland's bench throughout Saturday afternoon, just as they have for most of the season.
One coach made it to the game when he wasn't expected to. Another didn't come close to reaching the finish.
Maryland guard Terrell Stoglin declared for the NBA Draft after the school suspended him for one year for violating the university's student-athlete code of conduct.
The deadline to enter the NBA Draft was Sunday night, and Stoglin declared rather than remain in school and not play next season.