Perfect brackets almost never survive past day one of the NCAA tournament

ESPN had 13.3 million bracket entries in their annual Tournament Challenge as of Wednesday night. It’s unlikely any of those entries will survive the first round without at least one wrong prediction.

Maryland basketball featured at Big Ten Media day

This year Big Ten Media Day was hosted right down the road in Washington. Maryland’s head coach Mark Turgeon and two players addressed the media about the upcoming season. Coach Turgeon says this isn’t a veteran team but they should still be able to compete in the Big Ten.

Terps Feeling Confident Heading into NCAA Tournament

Terps get back to having fun and feel good heading into NCAA Tournament.

Terps Fall Short in Rematch Against Michigan State

A strong defensive effort wasn’t enough for Maryland, who fell short against Michigan State in semifinal.

Maryland’s Women back-to-back B1G 10 Basketball Champs

The Maryland women’s basketball team celebrated their back-to-back B1G 10 Tournament Championships with their fans in College Park.

What’s the Deal with Mid-Season, Out-of-Conference Games?

The University of Maryland, along with other schools, have elected to book competition outside of their respective conferences to help fill mid-season schedules.

NBA Superstar Curry Sees Himself in Maryland’s Trimble

Stephen Curry sees himself in Maryland star point guard Melo Trimble.

Maryland Madness: Capturing The Magic

Maryland fans are ready for basketball season. On Saturday they celebrated Maryland Madness with their men’s and women’s basketball teams.

Maryland Basketball Lookin’ Good in Way-Too-Early Polls

Early polls for the 2015-16 season have the Maryland men’s basketball team ranked in the top five.

Loaded: Maryland Girl’s Basketball a National Force

Maryland produces the most girl’s high school basketball stars of any state in the nation, per capita. The state is a hotbed for talent, with Maryland players going to top college programs and the WNBA.