MM 1.29: Maryland men’s basketball lands as 4-seed in ESPN’s Joe Lunardi’s latest bracket

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There are only three more days until February, and that means that March Madness is quickly approaching.

ESPN bracketology expert Joe Lunardi released his latest NCAA Tournament predictions Tuesday, with No. 15 Maryland men’s basketball as the fourth seeded team in the West region.

Of course, a lot is due to change between now and Selection Sunday, but Lunardi currently has the Terps facing Stephen F. Austin — yes, the team that upset then-No. 1 Duke — in the first round in Greensboro, North Carolina.

Lunardi has a whopping 11 other Big Ten teams making the field, including No. 14 Michigan State (3-seed), No. 18 Iowa (6-seed), No. 19 Illinois (6-seed), No. 24 Penn State (6-seed), No. 25 Rutgers (7-seed), Wisconsin (7-seed), Indiana (8-seed), Ohio State (8-seed), Michigan (9-seed), Purdue (10-seed) and Minnesota (11-seed). No other conference has more than five teams dancing.

See how the rest of his bracket shapes out:


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In other news

Check out the latest edition of TT Court Vision, where Jordan breaks down No. 15 Maryland men’s basketball’s victory over Indiana.

Sean took a deep dive into how the 2019-20 Maryland men’s basketball team compares to others of the Mark Turgeon era in College Park.

Who is ready for the first Red Out of the season at Xfinity Center?

Check out some shots from the Terps’ celebration after taking down Indiana at Assembly Hall on Sunday.

Maryland shared even more highlights of the win over Indiana.

Senior guard Anthony Cowan Jr. was interviewed on the Big Ten Network Tuesday.

Maryland men’s lacrosse is counting down the days until the season.

And the women’s lacrosse team is also getting geared up as it named its 2020 captains on Tuesday.

Terps’ men’s and women’s lacrosse coaches John Tillman and Cathy Reese joined the Big Ten Network to preview the upcoming season.

Maryland baseball is bringing all the energy in preseason practice.

Terps softball only has nine days left before the start of its season.

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