Mark Turgeon took the blame for Maryland's first-half failures against Abilene Christian, but it was the team's second-half triumphs that led helped notch a victory Wednesday.
Maryland survived an early scare on Wednesday night, using a 29-0 run to beat Abilene Christian, 67-44, at Comcast Center in College Park.
After dropping its season opener to Connecticut on Friday, Maryland welcomes Abilene Christian to College Park on Wednesday night. Preview here.
As Maryland takes its fourth stab at bowl eligibility on Saturday, Randy Edsall lays out the plan for his team and vows, "I'm not going to panic."
The first piece of Maryland's 2014 basketball recruiting class will be locked in this week, as local guard Dion Wiley plans to sign his letter of intent.