Canada, who spent last season calling plays at LSU, will take over for Walt Bell in College Park.

Fernando appears to suffer an ankle injury early in the second half, and the Terrapins fall, 71-68.

The Terrapins snap a three-game skid against the Buckeyes with a 99-69 victory at Xfinity Center.

Matchup between Terrapins and Buckeyes has Big Ten, NCAA tournament implications.

Herard, a former top-50 recruit, is expected to add depth to a thinning frontcourt.

  • Perspective

Maryland has a chance to make a run, but area’s other programs might be watching NCAA tournament from the couch.

Maryland bounces back from loss at Michigan with 77-66 win over Minnesota.

After widely criticized late-game execution led to a painful loss at Michigan, the Terps need to start winning and quickly.

Bell, 33, was among DJ Durkin's first hires in College Park.

Still figuring things out after the loss of Blair Watson, Terrapins overcome seven-point deficit in fourth quarter to beat Hoosiers, 74-70.

The Terrapins waste a 14-point lead then rally from a 10-point deficit to pull ahead again with 3.2 seconds left before ultimately losing, 68-67.

With just eight players available — two of whom were sick — Mark Turgeon’s bunch starts strong, then tails off in loss to Buckeyes.

With sharpshooting guard lost for the season, Maryland dealt 82-68 loss to Spartans.

The Terps' second-leading scorer was injured in practice on Wednesday.

The Terrapins will head to Columbus with eight scholarship players.

Fernando scores a career-high 21 points and Cekovsky adds 13 as the Terrapins rebound from a blowout loss with a 91-73 win over the Hawkeyes.

  • Perspective

There was justifiable sadness when the Terps jumped to the Big Ten. Turns out they’re doing just fine while the ACC traded for scandal-plagued Louisville.

Maryland executes plan to slow the game down for about 13 minutes before Michigan State finds gas pedal and pulls away for 91-61 win.

Kalia Charles scores 24 and No. 13 Terrapins connect on 10 three-pointers in 80-64 win over Hawkeyes.

The longtime defensive assistant coached with DJ Durkin at Florida in 2010.

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