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Duke-Maryland time lapse


"You get older, and you do appreciate [the atmosphere] because you know it's not gonna be there forever," Gary Williams said on ESPN 980's Tony Kornheiser show Thursday morning. "And when you're a part of a game like that it's certainly a thrill as a coach, just like it is for a player. I told the players after the game, I said this is one of those games, when you start talking about when you played at Maryland 20 years from now, this'll be talked about, this game. I think the whole atmosphere made it what it was. That was a Cole Field House atmosphere."

It was terrific, for sure. If you weren't at the game, didn't storm the court and didn't see the riot police on Route 1, the Diamondback compressed the whole night into 79 seconds. This is good work here.

(Via Terrapin Trail)

By Dan Steinberg  |  March 5, 2010; 1:09 PM ET
Categories:  College Basketball , Terps  
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The quote from Gary says it all - "It was a Cole Field House atmosphere." Seriously UMD, schedule a game or 2 a year back at Cole. It would be completely unbelievable.

Posted by: cperk7 | March 5, 2010 1:37 PM | Report abuse

"The quote from Gary says it all - "It was a Cole Field House atmosphere."

I was telling some guys in the office I had never seen it like that in there.

It was pretty amazing.

- Ray

Posted by: rmcazz | March 5, 2010 2:15 PM | Report abuse

That's a great point...they should schedule a game at Cole. I wonder when/if that will happen... I'm thinking it has be against a halfway decent opponent, not necessarily a UNC or Duke but maybe an NC State, on National TV.

Posted by: nford2 | March 5, 2010 2:41 PM | Report abuse

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