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.
As Abilene Christian took control in the first half, Dez Wells sat on the bench. And he sat. And he sat. Why? Head coach Mark Turgeon explained.
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.
Maryland had to scramble after Seth Allen went down with injury. One game and one loss later, Mark Turgeon is ready to make adjustments.