Shorter Michael Wilbon: pay no attention to those college football losers. The college basketball regular season is especially meaningful because nobody can figure out if any of the teams are good.
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Gary Williams wants to get in the tourney because it might save his job. Maryland has no shot at winning the title. No shot. The odds of them winning are far greater than 1 in 65.
“It starts with ourselves, and we want to dominate everybody in the east,” Fromm said. “It kind of starts in-house, and trying to get better every day.” — The Red & Black, 4/5/18
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