COLLEGE PARK, Md. -- Maryland head coach Mark Turgeon addressed the media Feb. 3 ahead of the Terps' Feb. 4 8:30 p.m. game against Penn State. Turgeon said his team, fresh off a lopsided loss to Ohio State followed by a six-day layoff, concentrated on improving in the fundamental areas of the game and needs to readopt its bulldog mentality. That said, Turgeon noted his squad is refreshed and ready for the stretch run. Turgeon also discussed the mental state of Melo Trimble after a difficult game against OSU, the "big man situation," and the rotation with Jared Nickens and Richaud Pack. The headman also addressed the challenges PSU presents.
See what else he had to say in the video below:
Turgeon: 'We've Settled Too Much'
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