Coach Mark Turgeon doesn’t have an opponent to scout, so he’s harped on defense.
The group went to Mission BBQ, saw a practice and attended the Terps’ home game vs. Minnesota.
“I’m tired of people talking about how our league’s not very good,” Turgeon said. “Our league got good fast.”
He’s the 15th Terps player to earn all-conference honors three times.
The Terps rallied for a three-minute scoring drought. Then, Melo Trimble iced it.
The star junior’s connection prompted “one more year” chants.
Wiley has missed a substantial portion of Big Ten play due to a back injury.
The Terps outscored the Scarlet Knights, 47-31, in the second half.
After allowing a combined 172 points in their last two games, the Terps hope to improve defensively.
Some 2001 Final Four members joined them on the court for halftime recognition.