National Champions

Maryland won its first national championship with a win over Indiana 64-52 behind the Final Four's Most Outstanding Player Juan Dixon.

"I feel like I'm dreaming right now because I'm part of a national championship team," said senior Juan Dixon, named the Final Four's most valuable player. "It's a great feeling man. I'm speechless."

Gary Williams also wins his first title at his former school. "I'm very happy," Williams said. "It was a thrill, there's no doubt about it. But I'm really tired. . . . I'm just so happy for the players, to see what they did. . . . Those guys just did it."

Long coaching journey leads Williams to title
Too big? Naw, Baxter just big enough
When it mattered, Terrapins found their game
More than Juan shining moment Monday night
Williams can finally relax as a champion
Ashley: Ugly Win Feels Good
Terrapins deny Hoosiers a sixth national title
Maryland students throw bottles, start fires after victory
Terps hold off Indiana for first national title
UM grinds out victory, earns national title
Take bow, champs, for all Terps who didn't
Fearless Dixon points way again
Baxter bounces back with hard-shell finish
UM front line pulls inside job on Indiana
Sloppy game shakes up CBS
Off target, Terps use 'D' to stay step ahead
Freshman Collins denies he will seek transfer from UM
Bumps few on Terps' record road
Looking back at Terps' road to the championship game
UM grinds out victory, earns national title
Year of the Turtle
Terrapins' Juan, and Only
Basketball's Tortoises Are Title's Heir
A First for the Terps
Taking It to the Streets
Williams's Time Has Finally Arrived
Terps Make Most of Middlemen
A Hard Day's Wait for Terps and for Fans
In Finale, Baxter Lets It All Hang Out
Mighty Maryland!! Terps Defeat Hoosiers, 64-52, To Win National Championship
Dixon Selected as an Inaugural Winner of Senior CLASS Award
Dixon Wins Chip Hilton Award

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