Mark Turgeon has led Maryland back to national relevance in college basketball. After Tuesday's win over Wisconsin, Turgeon has Maryland (23-5) primed to return to the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 2010.
In taking apart No. 5 Wisconsin, Maryland's backcourt tandem of Dez Wells and Romelo Trimble serve notice the Terps are a threat in the NCAA Tournament.
There are only 23 games on Tuesday night, but boy are some of them big ones. Here's what you've got on tap for the last Tuesday of February.
Kentucky is still the unanimous No. 1 team in America for the fourth consecutive week, and the top-seven are the same for the sixth consecutive week, which hasn't happened since 1993-94 according to Associated Press.
The top eight teams remain the same this week and no new teams enter the Associated Press poll this week.
Purdue figures to provide a unique challenge for the selection committee, while Iowa learns what a difference a week can make.
Tonight was a rough night for the top of the Atlantic-10, as VCU, George Washington and Rhode Island all fell. Also, Virginia won in its first game without Justin Anderson.
Kentucky is still the unanimous No. 1, but the lack of movement throughout the poll despite losses is the overriding theme of this week's poll.
Not even close to time to panic for Maryland yet. But dreams of a really good NCAA Tournament seed are fading fast.
Virginia suffered its first loss at home against Duke, but it won't hurt them in the bracket.

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