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Deep rotation allows Mark Turgeon to make his points

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In his second year as coach at Maryland, Mark Turgeon has many more quality players, allowing him to reward and penalize them with playing time. So far the message is getting across as the Terrapins are playing improved defense, attacking the boards, and sharing the ball. It’s a departure from last year when Turgeon had no choice but to stick with his thin rotation, even when players rejected...

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