Maryland Coach set to join Mark Few's staff for the Pan American Games, set to take place in Toronto in late July.
Maryland eyes defensive adjustments ahead of Wednesday's game against Indiana.
Terps struggle with the furious style of Indiana, which shot 60 percent from the field and hit 15 three-pointers.
With Hoosiers playing well and back in the AP rankings, Maryland gears up for hostile environment.
"It’s not going to be a sit-out year as most people would say," the former Georgia Tech forward said. "It’s going to be a grind year."
The celebration, which seemed to merge history with the jubilant present, united Maryland fans with the players who had just upset No. 5 Virginia.
“It would have been devastating if we had lost another one,” Coach Mark Turgeon said.
“I think they’re coming with a lot of vengeance,” guard Nick Faust said. “They know we can possibly get the victory just because of the type of team we are. They’re definitely going to come with a full head of steam, just because they lost two in a row.”
Once more, the Terps found positives after another loss, but time is running out to turn that into results.
Plus milestones for Turgeon and Wells reached in the win over Tulsa