After getting past Duke and into the Elite 8, Maryland now stands one step away from the Final Four and facing a different type of revenge game.
Close to two week after firing Paul Hewitt, George Mason is reportedly zeroing in on a candidate -- who is fresh off an appearance in the NCAA tournament.
With three Final Four teams locked into place, should Maryland's success against them be more affirmation of the success of this season?
3dMarch madness isn't just about brackets. The NCAA Tournament also provides many NBA fans with their first truly long look at some of the top prospects for the upcoming draft.
3dTwo days after he couldn't even jog without limping because of an injured ankle, Old Dominion's Trey Freeman hit the runner of his life.
4dAfter beating Maryland in the Round of 32, one Baltimore native reportedly said his Mountaineers would beat No. 1, undefeated Kentucky.
5dA disappointing season for the Colonials concluded with a loss in the second round of the NIT this past Sunday. Now, two underclassmen guards with ties to the area have decided to transfer away from Foggy Bottom.
5dWith Maryland now out of the NCAA tournament, attention turns to which pieces will be back next season. Gary Williams gives his take on Melo Trimble here.
5dAccording to a report, Maryland's Stefon Diggs will meet pre-draft with an NFL that -- if they selected him -- would unite him with two other former Terrapins.
6dJonathan Arledge made the go-ahead layup with 19 seconds to play, and Old Dominion held off Illinois State 50-49 on Monday in the second round of the NIT for its 23rd straight win at home.