- The Washington Times - Thursday, March 2, 2006

Last night at Comcast Center:


55-11 Record for Maryland’s four-year seniors (Nik Caner-Medley and Travis Garrison) at Comcast Center. The pair is the first group of Maryland seniors to play all their home games at Comcast.


There were an unusual number of empty seats in the student section, perhaps indicative of campus apathy toward the struggling Terps. One student seated behind the scorers table summed up his entertainment options with a sign that read: “I’m missing ‘Lost’ so this better be good.”


Junior forward Ekene Ibekwe produced one of the season’s most athletic plays in the first half. With the Terps up 21-13, guard Mike Jones missed a 3-pointer. Yet in one motion, Ibekwe went up, grabbed the rebound with his right hand and brought it down for a dunk.

Patrick Stevens

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