COLUMBUS -- Maryland came out of the gate having some issues against West Virginia’s relentless pressure defense and pace on Sunday night in Columbus.
When it came down to it, there were two factors that amplified the effects of West Virginia's pressure defense vs. Maryland. Those two things changed Sunday's game.
Footage of head coach Mark Turgeon’s interview will begin in the video player above momentarily.
UPDATE 23 March 2015, 7:28 p.m.
COLUMBUS -- Maryland’s record-setting, precedent-setting, first year in the Big Ten ended Sunday night in Columbus with a 69-59 loss to West Virginia in the Round of 32 of the NCAA tournament.