Fresh faces could help rejuvenate Terps men

October 13, 2006|By RICK MAESE

College Park — College Park-- --Mike Jones' cornrows are gone, swept off a barber shop floor during the offseason. Ekene Ibekwe is about 10 pounds heavier than last year. And a double-take might be necessary, but sure enough, there's D.J. Strawberry with a different number on his jersey -- a giant red No. 2 where once sat a No. 5.

"New number, fresh start," Strawberry says. "Everything else doesn't matter anymore."

INSIDE Terps say it's never too early to start lobbying for NCAA spot.PG 3C

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