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By Jeff Zrebiec and Paul McMullen and Jeff Zrebiec and Paul McMullen,SUN STAFF | November 19, 2004
VIRGINIA TECH Coach: Seth Greenberg, second season at Virginia Tech (15-14), 15th overall (228-184). 2003-04 record: 15-14, 7-9 (tied for eighth in Big East) Starters lost: One Top returners: Coleman Collins, Soph, F; Carlos Dixon, Sr., G/F; Zabian Dowdell, Soph., G; Jamon Gordon, Soph, G. Key question: Will the Hokies be completely overmatched in their first ACC experience? Virginia Tech only lost one player from a team that surprised the Big East last year, but that one player was also the conference's leading scorer.
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By Don Markus and The Baltimore Sun | September 24, 2013
Maryland men's basketball coach Mark Turgeon has done his best to embrace the past while building for the future. He has forged relationships with his two most celebrated predecessors, Gary Williams and Lefty Driesell. He has done the same with many former players. Now the Terps will be stepping back in time for Maryland Madness - and, in coming years, perhaps more. On the same day the athletic department announced that the preseason event will be be held at Cole Field House on Oct. 18, Turgeon said Tuesday that he hopes to hopes to play at least one regular-season game at the building every year.
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By Don Markus and The Baltimore Sun | January 30, 2012
Virginia Tech coach Seth Greenberg made an interesting comment about Maryland guard Terrell Stoglin after his team's 73-69 loss to the Terps on Saturday at Comcast Center. "Stoglin, he plays for both teams," Greenberg said after Stoglin scored 28 points on 9 of 21 shooting. "The guy made tough, tough shots, but he also [took] some shots that gave us a chance to get back in the game. But when he's making those tough shots, especially the guarded ones, you hope that's your chance to win the game.” I'm sure Maryland coach Mark Turgeon might have been taken back by Greenberg's bluntness, but it's something that Turgeon likely appreciated as well, given that he has probably said it a few times himself to Stoglin during the course of the season.
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Kevin Cowherd | February 10, 2013
This one was ugly, an 80-69 beatdown at the hands of Virginia that made that patch of gray in Mark Turgeon's hair practically double in size. A few more losses like this and he'll need the Just for Men even more than I do. The big question for Maryland on Sunday was this: where was Alex Len? The big sophomore center finished with nine points, but four came in the last 1:18 when Comcast Center was emptying and the cleaning crew was getting the mops and brooms ready. OK, Len finished with seven boards and blocked a few shots.
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By Don Markus and The Baltimore Sun | September 24, 2013
Maryland men's basketball coach Mark Turgeon has done his best to embrace the past while building for the future. He has forged relationships with his two most celebrated predecessors, Gary Williams and Lefty Driesell. He has done the same with many former players. Now the Terps will be stepping back in time for Maryland Madness - and, in coming years, perhaps more. On the same day the athletic department announced that the preseason event will be be held at Cole Field House on Oct. 18, Turgeon said Tuesday that he hopes to hopes to play at least one regular-season game at the building every year.
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Kevin Cowherd | February 10, 2013
This one was ugly, an 80-69 beatdown at the hands of Virginia that made that patch of gray in Mark Turgeon's hair practically double in size. A few more losses like this and he'll need the Just for Men even more than I do. The big question for Maryland on Sunday was this: where was Alex Len? The big sophomore center finished with nine points, but four came in the last 1:18 when Comcast Center was emptying and the cleaning crew was getting the mops and brooms ready. OK, Len finished with seven boards and blocked a few shots.
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By Don Markus and The Baltimore Sun | January 4, 2013
COLLEGE PARK - Losing is not the only thing Maryland has avoided since its season-opening defeat to then-No. 3 Kentucky at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, N.Y. The Terps have barely been tested during what has become a 12-game winning streak. Second-year coach Mark Turgeon is not apologizing for the schedule that has helped produce the program's longest winning streak in more than a decade. Nor is Turgeon worried about whether Maryland (12-1) is ready for its ACC opener Saturday against Virginia Tech (9-4)
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By HEATHER A. DINICH | November 18, 2005
Coach: Seth Greenberg, third season at school (31-28), 16th overall (244-198) 2004-05 record: 16-14, 8-8 (tied for fourth in ACC; NIT second round) Returning starters: Junior F Coleman Collins, junior G Zabian Dowdell, junior G Jamon Gordon, sophomore G-F Deron Washington Sun prediction: Losing record Why it will happen: Although the Hokies' depth in the frontcourt might have improved, several of the players there are untested. Two freshmen, a sophomore and a walk-on will be looked to for contributions.
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By Jeff Barker and The Baltimore Sun | January 28, 2012
There are almost always moments that define a basketball game. When I think of three  memorable snapshots from Saturday's game, two of them involve Sean Mosley. That's not unusual this season. Mosley may not score as much as fans like, but he's clearly the team leader. Here are those moments: * With Maryland leading 64-58, Mosley is fouled by Robert Brown, a freshman, on a desperation shot with the shot clock about to expire. A truly "freshman" foul, right? But Mosley made him pay by converting two free throws to push the lead back to 66-58.
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By HEATHER A. DINICH | November 3, 2006
Some Atlantic Coast Conference freshman point guards to watch this season: Javaris Crittenton Georgia Tech Ranked the No. 1 point guard in the class of 2006 by Rivals.com. There are high expectations for this heralded five-star athlete. He is the only point guard on the Yellow Jackets' roster because Zam Fredrick transferred. Eric Hayes Maryland The Terps lacked a true point guard last season, and Hayes, who finished his career at Potomac High in Virginia with 1,698 points, was recruited to fill that role.
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By Don Markus and The Baltimore Sun | January 4, 2013
COLLEGE PARK - Losing is not the only thing Maryland has avoided since its season-opening defeat to then-No. 3 Kentucky at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, N.Y. The Terps have barely been tested during what has become a 12-game winning streak. Second-year coach Mark Turgeon is not apologizing for the schedule that has helped produce the program's longest winning streak in more than a decade. Nor is Turgeon worried about whether Maryland (12-1) is ready for its ACC opener Saturday against Virginia Tech (9-4)
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By Don Markus and The Baltimore Sun | January 30, 2012
Virginia Tech coach Seth Greenberg made an interesting comment about Maryland guard Terrell Stoglin after his team's 73-69 loss to the Terps on Saturday at Comcast Center. "Stoglin, he plays for both teams," Greenberg said after Stoglin scored 28 points on 9 of 21 shooting. "The guy made tough, tough shots, but he also [took] some shots that gave us a chance to get back in the game. But when he's making those tough shots, especially the guarded ones, you hope that's your chance to win the game.” I'm sure Maryland coach Mark Turgeon might have been taken back by Greenberg's bluntness, but it's something that Turgeon likely appreciated as well, given that he has probably said it a few times himself to Stoglin during the course of the season.
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By Jeff Zrebiec and Paul McMullen and Jeff Zrebiec and Paul McMullen,SUN STAFF | November 19, 2004
VIRGINIA TECH Coach: Seth Greenberg, second season at Virginia Tech (15-14), 15th overall (228-184). 2003-04 record: 15-14, 7-9 (tied for eighth in Big East) Starters lost: One Top returners: Coleman Collins, Soph, F; Carlos Dixon, Sr., G/F; Zabian Dowdell, Soph., G; Jamon Gordon, Soph, G. Key question: Will the Hokies be completely overmatched in their first ACC experience? Virginia Tech only lost one player from a team that surprised the Big East last year, but that one player was also the conference's leading scorer.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | April 17, 2003
Maryland men's basketball assistant coach Dave Dickerson has interviewed for the vacant head coaching job at the University of South Florida, a source at Maryland confirmed yesterday. Dickerson, 36, a 1990 Maryland graduate who played for the Terrapins from 1986 to 1989 and has coached under Gary Williams in College Park for the past seven years, is pursuing his first head coaching job. Dickerson interviewed last month with Clemson, after Larry Shyatt resigned. That job went to former Dayton coach Oliver Purnell.
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,[Sun reporter] | January 13, 2008
BLACKSBURG, Va. --The Maryland Terrapins overcame a lot yesterday at Cassell Coliseum. Just not enough. They played their second straight game without starting guard Eric Hayes. They came back from a horrid start against Virginia Tech. They withstood a miserable shooting afternoon for Greivis Vasquez and second-half foul trouble for James Gist, who led the Terps with 16 points, and Bambale Osby. The only thing Maryland couldn't overcome was the Hokies, losing, 67-66, after Virginia Tech forward Jeff Allen made a tie-breaking free throw with 12 seconds left.
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