It's Maryland-West Virginia, which means it's time for promos. The Mountaineers have one planned this year in Morgantown.
In the moments after his team lost to West Virginia on Sunday, it seems like head coach Mark Turgeon actually foreshadowed the commitment of a 5-star recruit.
After beating Maryland in the Round of 32, one Baltimore native reportedly said his Mountaineers would beat No. 1, undefeated Kentucky.
When it came down to it, there were two factors that amplified the effects of West Virginia's pressure defense vs. Maryland. Those two things changed Sunday's game.
Maryland head coach Mark Turgeon nearly sobbed while speaking heartfelt words about his team to the media following the Terrapins' loss to West Virginia on Sunday.