Anybody paying attention to the goings over at Foggy Bottom last season had to figure the George Washington men's basketball team could become an Atlantic 10 surprise for the 2013-14 campaign.
The Cavaliers hadn't lost since January 13th on the road against Duke, but their winning streak came to an end in College Park on Sunday at the hands of the unranked Terps.
Georgetown relied on the high-scoring backcourt pair of senior Markel Starks and sophomore D'Vauntes Smith-Rivera throughout the regular season.
Faced with one of the toughest situations a coach has to make, Mark Turgeon went against his convictions on Sunday night. It didn't work out.
In thrilling fashion, Maryland ends its time in the ACC with an overtime win over No. 5 Virginia, which will hurt the Cavaliers' hopes for a No. 1 seed in the NCAA tournament.