"We were panicking a little bit - let's just be real," Maryland coach Mark Turgeon said. "There was a lot of energy in the building, and maybe that had a little bit to do with it. I tried to play a lot of guys early and some of the young guys weren't quite ready for the pace and physicality of that game. We were just out of sync."
"It's nice, especially when the depth plays well," Turgeon said. "And I think it's just going to get better when the new guys get used to playing and get used to the speed of the college game."