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Live at Maryland Madness

Pretty good size crowd here for the kickoff of the basketball season in College Park. Gymkana just performed. Pretty good stuff, especially at the end when the gymnasts jumped through a ring of fire. A few came dangerously close to becoming inflamed, but no worries, there were several fire extinguishers on hand.

By Steve Yanda  |  October 17, 2008; 8:59 PM ET
Categories:  Men's basketball  
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"A group called Gymkana"??? Gymkana is a Maryland tradition that has been performing at Maryland games since the beginning of time. How long have you been covering the Terps?

Posted by: Mariolucasforthree | October 17, 2008 9:11 PM | Report abuse

They're a couple times a year thing and they always do a big show for Maryland Madness. The stack of 6 was new this year. Used to be 4.

Posted by: EricS | October 17, 2008 11:14 PM | Report abuse

Maryland and Gary Williams - get crushed on the recruiting trail - again:

City College forward C.J. Fair committed to Syracuse yesterday, according to Baltimore Stars official Troy Franklin.
Fair, a 6’7 junior, is rated the No. 45 player in the 2010 class by Rivals.com.

10 % graduation rate for Maryland Basketball - nice job, Gary Williams (he said with a heavy dose of sarcasm !)

I can't believe that Debbie Yow, has not fired Gary Williams.

There is no way, that a parent should ever send their son to the University of Maryland to play basketball.

Maryland will finish with a 15-16 record and 4-12 in the ACC.

No NCAA bid

No NIT bid

I am glad that Maryland football, is no longer recruiting Tavon Austin.

Go Tar Heels !

Posted by: Gary | October 19, 2008 12:33 PM | Report abuse

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