It's Maryland-West Virginia, which means it's time for promos. The Mountaineers have one planned this year in Morgantown.
Maryland head coach Mark Turgeon, only moments before, was choking up talking about the season that had just ended out on the court at Nationwide Arena in Columbus on Sunday night.
In the moments after his team lost to West Virginia on Sunday, it seems like head coach Mark Turgeon actually foreshadowed the commitment of a 5-star recruit.
If there was one thing that was clear sitting at court level for Sunday’s NCAA tournament game between Maryland and West Virginia, it’s that the Mountaineers talk.
After beating Maryland in the Round of 32, one Baltimore native reportedly said his Mountaineers would beat No. 1, undefeated Kentucky.