COLLEGE PARK, Md. -- Maryland head coach Mark Turgeon addressed the media Feb. 23 ahead of the No. 14 Terps' (22-5) Feb. 24 7 p.m. home game against No. 2 Wisconsin (25-2). He started by saying that his Terps are still getting used to being good and "the hunted," but it's the other way around against the Badgers. Turgeon said these next few games down the stretch are "more meaningful" than some earlier bouts, and will be a better gauge of where UMD is at. He also discussed what Wisconsin brings to the table and what problems the Badgers present in terms of a rugged defense and an efficient offense.
See what else Turgeon had to say in the video below:
Turgeon:'More Meaningful' Games Down Stretch
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