Mark Turgeon


The Maryland men’s basketball team began practice on Tuesday in College Park, just over a week before the team’s Midnight Madness festivities and 38 days before the season opener against Mount St.


Maryland five-star freshman Diamond Stone has been the center of most talk about how quickly the Terrapins have upgraded their roster in one year's time.


Maryland’s Midnight Madness is just under a month away, Oct. 17, which will mark the official unveiling of a team poised to possibly be No. 1 in the nation when initial polls are released.


As part of a trip around the state of Maryland that the university has dubbed the "Pride Tour," head football coach Randy Edsall and head basketball coach Mark Turgeon will be among the school rep