Maryland suffered through one of its worst halves of basketball in quite some time Saturday against No. 22 Virginia, scoring just 13 points in the second half of a 71-44 Cavaliers victory.
John Feinstein writes that while Terrapins Coach Mark Turgeon is having a frustrating season, he’s not making any excuses.
Maryland now has four regular season games left: home against Miami, at Georgia Tech (which might be without suspended leading scorer Glen Rice Jr.), at No. 8 North Carolina and a home rematch with the Cavaliers.
Prediction time: How do you think Maryland will fare over those final five games?