Out on the recruiting trail with an old friend, Mark Turgeon couldn't pass up an opportunity to make a light-hearted joke about a former teammate.
After the departure of five transfers and an assistant coach, Mark Turgeon is remaining optimistic about his program as he heads into the Big Ten.
Farewell tours, exit fees, and 61 years of tradition aside, the day is finally here. Maryland is a member of the Big Ten. More from Daniel Martin here.
International seven-footer with upside? Michal Cekovsky may make you think immediately of Alex Len, but Mark Turgeon insists they're very different.
With Maryland moving to the Big Ten, how does the program's recruiting plan change? Head coach Mark Turgeon explains.