12:09 PM EST, Sat March 08, 2014
Virginia Tech Hokies Rumors & News
Few items of consequence could reasonably be extracted from a 17-point victory over the conference’s worst team, but here are some quick observations after reviewing the film from Maryland’s romp over Virginia Tech on Tuesday. Read full article >>
CSN Washington Mar 6, 2014
After an incident on Tuesday against Virginia Tech, Maryland forward Charles Mitchell will practice with the team Friday and play Sunday vs. UVa. Details here.
Maryland forward Charles Mitchell, whom Coach Mark Turgeon kicked out of Sunday’s game against Virginia Tech following an incident on the sidelines, will receive no further punishment and can play in Sunday’s regular-season finale. Read full article >>
CSN Washington Mar 6, 2014
Shaquille Cleare had scored two points total in the past seven games. He went back to basics and had six against Virginia Tech. More here.
The nightmare scenario was unfolding as the first half ticked away. The Maryland men’s basketball team was behind, at home before a record-low crowd once again growing restless, to the worst team in the ACC. The Terrapins needed a jolt. Read full article >>
CSN Washington Mar 4, 2014
Charles Mitchell's status against Virginia is undetermined, following an incident on Tuesday at Comcast Center, head coach Mark Turgeon said.
Hokies Journal | Washington Post Mar 4, 2014
COLLEGE PARK, Md. — Jake Layman came off the bench to score 13 points, and Maryland buried last-place Virginia Tech under a barrage of 3-pointers in a 64-47 Atlantic Coast Conference victory Tuesday night. Read full article >>
Maryland sophomore forward Charles Mitchell was removed from Tuesday night’s game against Virginia Tech and sent to the locker room by Coach Mark Turgeon just before halftime. Mitchell was seen exchanging heated words with assistant Scott Spinelli before yanking his jersey off as he walked through the tunnel. He spent much of the second half in the locker room with special assistant Juan Dixon before returning to the bench, where he sat at the end, wearing warmups, for the rest of the game. Read full article >>
With two games left in its final ACC regular reason, the conference tournament picture has begun to take shape for the Maryland men’s basketball team. At 7-9 in league play, a half-game behind North Carolina State in the win column and a full game behind Florida State, the Terrapins cannot finish higher than seventh. Even if the Wolfpack and Seminoles lose out, and even if Maryland beats Virginia Tech and Virginia over the next six days, Sunday’s double-overtime loss at Clemson all but locked the Terps into either the No. 7-No. 10 game or the No. 8-No. 9 game at next week’s ACC...
THE INFO Who: Maryland (15-14, 7-9 ACC) vs. Virginia Tech (9-19, 2-14 ACC) When: Tuesday, 8 p.m. Where: Comcast Center. TV: ACC Network (Tim Brant, play-by-play; Cory Alexander, analyst). DMV radio: 105.7 FM, 1300 AM, 980 AM. Coaches: Terps — Mark Turgeon (Third season, 57-42). Hokies James Johnson (Second season, 22-38). Kenpom rating: Maryland 52nd, Virginia Tech 182nd. RPI: Maryland 78th, Virginia Tech 223rd. Read full article >>
Mark Turgeon noticed how Evan Smotrycz’s shoulders slumped after a missed shot, the way his eyes rolled after he was called for a foul, the general sulkiness with which the junior forward carried himself at adverse moments. So after a recent practice, Turgeon offered some candid advice to the fourth-year transfer who is supposed to be a team leader. Read full article >>
Washington Post Mar 2, 2014
Roughly an hour and a half before tip-off on Sunday afternoon, fans began arriving on foot, in cars and by the busload at Comcast Center in anticipation of witnessing Alyssa Thomas perhaps make a run at becoming the all-time scoring leader in Maryland women’s basketball history. Read full article >>
CSN Washington Mar 2, 2014
Former Texas Tech quarterback Michael Brewer is headed to Blacksburg.
Former Texas Tech quarterback Michael Brewer announced on his Twitter account Sunday afternoon that he plans to transfer to Virginia Tech in June and join the battle to become the Hokies’ next starting signal caller. Read full article >>
Hokies Journal | Washington Post Mar 1, 2014
WICHITA, Kan. — Wichita State will carry its pursuit of perfection into the Missouri Valley tournament. Cleanthony Early scored 19 points, Ron Baker added 13 and the second-ranked Shockers rolled to a 68-45 victory over Missouri State on Saturday, easily putting away a team that had given them fits this season. Read full article >>