COLLEGE PARK, Md. -- Maryland head coach Mark Turgeon and several of his players addressed the media before the Terps' game Jan. 15 against Notre Dame.
Turgeon said his team remains resilient after two straight road losses, and the guys are dialed in for the Irish matchup in the Comcast Center. Meanwhile,Nick Faust and Evan Smotrycz said that while Maryland is frustrated with its play as of late, they're "locked in" and ready to move forward.
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