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By Don Markus | November 13, 2011
Sophomore point guard Terrell Stoglin wasn't in the starting lineup against UNC-Wilmington, with freshman Nick Faust (City) taking his place. But after the Terps failed to score on their first three possessions -- two turnovers and a bad shot by Faust -- Stoglin was off the bench and in the game with a little over 17 minutes left. There was no reason given by an athletic department spokesman for what appeared to be Stoglin's benching. He and new coach Mark Turgeon certainly have distinctly different ideas about how the point guard position is supposed to be played, with Stoglin thinking its called the points guard and Turgeon, a former point guard himself under Larry Brown at Kansas, looking for someone who thinks pass first.
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By Don Markus, The Baltimore Sun and By Don Markus, The Baltimore Sun | March 11, 2014
For a Maryland team desperately in need of a morale-boosting victory over a nationally ranked team, the difference between losing and winning Sunday's game against No. 5 Virginia was sophomore guard Seth Allen. After helping the Terps take a four-point lead on a jumper with 2:39 left in regulation, Allen's inability to get Maryland into its offense on three of the team's last four possessions led to the Cavaliers forcing overtime. But then Allen showed his growth as an elite college scorer, if not quite an elite college point guard, by making Maryland's first two baskets in overtime, both on drives, scoring the first five points of overtime in a 75-69 victory for the Terps.
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By Don Markus | December 7, 2011
Listening to Mark Turgeon and Terrell Stoglin talk when the season began, you didn't know which would happen first -- the new coach sending the sophomore point guard packing or the sophomore point guard doing his best imitation of a Maryland football player by getting out of College Park as soon as the season was over. There are still several months left for Turgeon and Stoglin to either co-exist or kill each other, at least figuratively speaking. But what we have witnessed the past few weeks could have a rather significant impact on what kind of season the Terps have, and whether or not Stoglin follows the path of John Gilchrist or Greivis Vasquez.
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February 28, 2014
Baltimore Sun reporters Don Markus, Jeff Barker and producer-editor Jonas Shaffer weigh in on three topics from the past week in Maryland sports. Who's to blame for Maryland not winning close games, Mark Turgeon or his players? Don Markus:  After losing to No. 4 Syracuse on Monday night at Comcast Center, the Terps are now 3-5 overall this season in games decided by six points or less, including 1-3 in the ACC. That includes non-conference wins over Florida Atlantic (66-62)
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By Don Markus and The Baltimore Sun | November 4, 2011
I am as curious as anyone about Alex Len, the 7-foot Ukrainian who will make his Maryland debut Friday night in an exhibition game against NAIA power Northwood before sitting out the first 10 games of the regular season. I am also curious -- maybe even more curious -- about what new Terps coach Mark Turgeon does the first time Terrell Stoglin jacks up a bad shot. You know it's bound to happen, because it happened plenty during Stoglin's freshman year. If you thought Gary Williams didn't have a lot of patience with Stoglin last season, Turgeon will be no different.
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By Jeff Barker, The Baltimore Sun | December 4, 2011
If he is to sleep well at night, Maryland coach Mark Turgeon says he desperately needs his young team to do all the little things such as boxing out and getting back consistently on defense. But the coach knows that there will be games such as Sunday's when what he also needs is a heavy dose of Terrell Stoglin simply being Terrell Stoglin. Stoglin scored 31 points, one shy of his career high, and hit a key basket with 13 seconds remaining as Maryland held on for a 78-71 victory over Notre Dame in the BB&T Classic at Verizon Center.
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By Jeff Barker, The Baltimore Sun | April 30, 2012
When he was in elementary school, Maryland guard Terrell Stoglin - already talented - created a scrapbook about his basketball skills. “No one can stop him,” Stoglin wrote. No one, it seems, but himself. On Monday, Maryland confirmed that Stoglin - a prodigious scorer who took a higher percentage of the team's total shots last season than almost any Terp in the last 60 years - had been suspended for a year for violating rules governing student athletes. Stoglin, a sophomore, entered his name for the NBA draft on Sunday, the last day a player could sign up for the June 28th draft.
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June 29, 2012
Baltimore Sun reporters Jeff Barker and Don Markus and editor Matt Bracken weigh in on the three biggest topics of the past week in Maryland sports. The Maryland football staff held a “get to know us better” event this week with the media. Does the school and its PR firm want us to see a new Randy Edsall? Jeff Barker: Not new. A little repackaged, maybe. The Maroon firm isn't trying to reinvent the coach. Good public relations firms know you don't try to make clients anything that they are not. You don't want them to appear forced or phony.
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July 27, 2012
Baltimore Sun reporters Jeff Barker and Don Markus and intern Connor Letourneau -- co-sports editor of The Diamondback -- weigh in on the three biggest topics of the past week in Maryland sports. What was up with former Maryland football coach Ralph Friedgen writing a long email to reporters defending his legacy ? Jeff Barker: Coaching transitions sure can be delicate, right? They remind me of presidential transitions. Remember when the incomingGeorge W. Bushadministration in 2001 accused the outgoing Clinton administration -- only part jokingly -- of vandalizing computer keyboards by removing “W” keys?
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By Don Markus, The Baltimore Sun | June 25, 2012
Former Maryland guard Terrell Stoglin thinks he was wrongly portrayed, on and off the court, in College Park, and seems confident he will get a chance to change his image in the NBA. Displaying the same bravado that helped the barely 6-foot guard lead the Atlantic Coast Conference in scoring as a sophomore - not to mention exhibit the candor that sometimes got him into trouble - Stoglin said he would be surprised if he is not picked in Thursday's NBA...
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By Jeff Barker and The Baltimore Sun | January 20, 2014
Basketball players can score more than 20 points in several ways. They can do it efficiently -- multiple trips to the free-throw line, minimum field-goal attempts, a high shooting percentage. Or they can keep shooting until they hit 20 points. It's an important distinction, and one that Maryland coach Mark Turgeon made Sunday after the Terps practiced in anticipation of Monday night's game at N.C. State (9 p.m., ESPNU). The Wolfpack are led by T.J. Warren, a 6-foot-8 sophomore forward who averages 22.2 points per game, which leads the Atlantic Coast Conference.
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By Don Markus and The Baltimore Sun | November 5, 2013
Mark Turgeon sees most of the same faces at practice these days as he did in his first two seasons at Maryland, yet in some ways he is coaching a completely different team. Not only has the talent improved dramatically, but so has the chemistry. The first season when he inherited a fairly dysfunctional group from Gary Williams - made more difficult by the fact that his best player, Terrell Stoglin, was the toughest to coach  - is becoming a distant memory. Even last season, after Stoglin left the program and the Terps improved from 17-15 to 25-13, it wasn't easy trying to mesh four freshmen and two transfers with the three players remaining who had been recruited by Williams (sophomore Nick Faust, junior guard Pe'Shon Howard and senior James Padgett)
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By Don Markus and The Baltimore Sun | May 27, 2013
There were times last season when Maryland coach Mark Turgeon begrudgingly turned his offense over to freshman point guard Seth Allen. There were times when Turgeon looked like a genius because Allen looked like a future NBA player. There were games -- such as the home win over Duke -- when Allen won a game nearly singlehandedly (16 points in the second half) after nearly losing it singlehandedly (eight turnovers). There were more games toward the end of the regular season and then after Allen broke his hand in a practice during the team's NIT run when Turgeon had to give the job back to junior Pe'Shon Howard.
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By Don Markus and The Baltimore Sun | January 25, 2013
Most college basketball coaches never like their teams to play an opponent that has just been blown out. As much as Maryland fans enjoyed seeing Duke get embarrassed at Miami on Wednesday night, I'm sure Mark Turgeon did not. It equaled the worst beating a Blue Devil team has taken under Mike Krzyzewski since a 27-point loss at Clemson four years ago and was among the worst the Blue Devils have ever suffered in the more than three decades the...
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By Don Markus and The Baltimore Sun | January 17, 2013
Mark Turgeon's first 19 months at Maryland had been without barely a ripple of discord, at least in public. The players -- even talented but troubled guard Terrell Stoglin last season -- seemed to take Turgeon's harshest criticism in stride. The media -- many who fussed and fueded with first-year football coach Randy Edsall -- appreciated his honesty. The fans -- who for the past few years had been split when it came to Gary Williams -- adored his down-to-earth nature and never second-guessed his moves.
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By Jeff Barker, The Baltimore Sun | January 12, 2013
In his mind, Scott Spinelli can see himself calling the play. It's like a dream unfolding in slow-motion. The Maryland men's basketball assistant coach closes his eyes and visualizes Terps guard Terrell Stoglin with the ball in the final seconds of regulation in a tie game at Miami last season. The defender, Durand Scott, stumbles and Stoglin - rather than driving past him as Spinelli hopes - pulls up and misses a 3-pointer. The Terps eventually lose in double overtime in a game in which Spinelli took over after head coach Mark Turgeon's ejection in the second half.
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By Don Markus and The Baltimore Sun | January 6, 2013
Welcome back to Morning Shootaround, a regular feature this season the day after Maryland basketball games. While we can't bring you into the Terps' lockerroom after games - reporters haven't been allowed in there since the last couple of years under Gary Williams - we will recap what was said in the press conference afterward by Maryland coach Mark Turgeon and his players. We will give some of our own insight into what transpired on the court during the previous day's game and what the Terps will be working on at practice looking ahead to their next game.
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By Jeff Barker and The Baltimore Sun | May 2, 2012
Lukas Foreman, a defensive back-turned linebacker, has been suspended by Maryland for one year for violating the student-athlete code of conduct, the school said. Foreman, 6-3, 205 pounds, entered Maryland last season as a defensive back and redshirted. He switched to linebacker prior to spring practice. He was listed on the depth chart as a backup SAM linebacker. Foreman was recruited from Naples (Fla.) High by former Maryland defensive coordinator Don Brown. Maryland has now announced this week that three athletes -- basketball players Terrell Stoglin and Mychal Parker were the others -- have been suspended for a year.
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By Don Markus and The Baltimore Sun | January 6, 2013
Welcome back to Morning Shootaround, a regular feature this season the day after Maryland basketball games. While we can't bring you into the Terps' lockerroom after games - reporters haven't been allowed in there since the last couple of years under Gary Williams - we will recap what was said in the press conference afterward by Maryland coach Mark Turgeon and his players. We will give some of our own insight into what transpired on the court during the previous day's game and what the Terps will be working on at practice looking ahead to their next game.
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By Don Markus | December 6, 2012
Welcome back to Morning Shootaround, a regular feature this season the day after Maryland basketball games. While we can't bring you into the Terps' lockerroom after games - reporters haven't been allowed in there since the last couple of years under Gary Williams - we will recap what was said in the press conference afterward by Maryland coach Mark Turgeon and his players. We will give some of our own insight into what transpired on the court during the previous night's game and what the Terps will be working on at practice looking ahead to their next game.
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