POTB 196: Roman Stubbs of The Washington Post on Maryland

  • 10/05/2017 6:59 am in

Podcast on the Brink is back for a new episode with hosts Jerod Morris of The Assembly Call and Alex Bozich of Inside the Hall. The show is available weekly.

In this edition of the show, Morris and Bozich are joined by Roman Stubbs of The Washington Post to talk Maryland and the Big Ten. Among the topics discussed:

· Whether Maryland has had any reaction to the FBI investigation and Roman’s thoughts on the scandal
· Maryland’s sophomore trio of Anthony Cowan, Justin Jackson and Kevin Huerter
· What makes Jackson such an intriguing NBA prospect
· Who are the X-Factors for Maryland?
· Mark Turgeon and whether this is a “show-me” season for him with fans
· The 2018 recruiting class and why it could be major for the Terps
· The hierarchy of the Big Ten entering the season
· Whether the transition to the Big Ten feels “done” for Maryland fans

And much, much more. As always, feel free to drop the show a note at [email protected].

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  • iugradmark

    Really enjoying these conversations with local writers. I didn’t realize that Maryland had extended Turgeon’s contract last year. I think they made a smart move. I also didn’t realize how strong their 2018 class is looking so far. Sounds like they are a bit ahead of IU’s (when counting rankings). They seem to have stabilized themselves into a top 5 Big program season to season and now have their sites set on being a more national power. Assuming they stay healthy, I think they will be challenging for one of the 2-4 spots in the conference.

  • gokartmozart89

    I would argue that Maryland is more or less in the same position they were in with the ACC. Despite being overshadowed by the likes of Duke and UNC, they were arguably the third or fourth best program in that conference prior to leaving. Their basketball program’s transition to the B1G has been pretty smooth as a result. I for one like having them in the fold, and they’ve bolstered our schedule in other sports like soccer too.

  • Dialogos68

    Their similar to IU in that Men’s Hoops and Soccer are their premiere programs. Just not as many National titles… 😉