Terps' Collapse Is Complete
CHARLOTTE, March 13 -- While several schools across the country have tried to play their way into the NCAA tournament this week, Maryland took the final step Thursday to ensure a berth in the National Invitation Tournament.
The Terrapins' NCAA tournaments hopes were dashed in fitting fashion, as they squandered a 15-point first-half lead in a 71-68 loss to Boston College at Charlotte Bobcats Arena. The loss was only the latest meltdown in a string of second-half collapses over the past month. Read more
Join the discussion below, or Read more at The Washington Post.
#1 Mar 14, 2008
One game in the NIT and out........thank goodness the misery will soon be over and we can watch some good bball without being upset and nervous over what coulda, shoulda, woulda been. Time to retire Gary.
#2 Mar 14, 2008
Yea man, not only can Gary not recruit one of the most basketball-rich areas in the nation, but his players don't respond to him anymore.
Last night we lost to an inferior team, for the simple reason they played with way more toughness and heart than we did. Our squad really disgusts me these days.
#3 Mar 15, 2008
marland sured one that game
Add your comments below
|Report: Gabe Moton Granted Release From Boston ... (Apr '12)||Apr '12||knowledgeable||1|
|Va. Tech stumbles against BC (Mar '11)||Mar '11||KevG523||1|
|Reggie Jackson favourite to return to Eagles (Feb '11)||Feb '11||greg||1|
|Boston College switching gears under Donohue (Nov '10)||Nov '10||GOEAGLES||1|
|Ravenel's Improvement Should Add Frontcourt Depth (Dec '09)||Jul '10||dad||2|
|Evan Ravenel is latest player to ask Boston Col... (May '10)||Jul '10||dad||24|
|Men's college basketball: 6-8 transfer adds siz... (Jun '10)||Jun '10||family||8|
Find what you want!
Search Boston College Eagles NCAA Basketball Forum Now
Copyright © 2017 Topix LLC