Dez Wells and head coach Mark Turgeon address the media after a big win in their first conference game of the season.
Some point after the end of a 17-14 first half between Maryland and Michigan State, a basketball game broke out in East Lansing, Mich. -- a patented Big Ten slugfest, in fact, in which No.
Maryland slugged it out with Michigan State on Tuesday night, somehow finding a way to secure a 68-66 double-overtime victory. Here are five things you need to know.
Maryland guard Greivis Vasquez drove into the middle of the lane, defended by Michigan State's Raymar Morgan, before spinning back and floating in a shot that, at that moment, put the Terrapins si
Mark Turgeon -- never knowing that he would one day coach at Maryland -- remembers the last heartbreaking time the Terrapins played Michigan State.