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Introducing Press Break

Hello, basketball fans. We'd like to introduce you to a new online feature from washingtonpost.com called Press Break. While Steve Yanda will continue to bring you Maryland men's basketball news (and Camille Powell will bring you Maryland women's basketball news) here at the Terrapins Insider, we intend for Press Break to take a broader look at the hoops scene.

As the Terps football season winds down, Eric Prisbell will turn his attention to anchoring Press Break. How will this be different from the gazillion other college basketball blogs out there -- besides our exclusive right to Prisbell's expertise, that is? Our goal will to take a look at the college basketball landscape through the prism of the schools we cover. That means we'll not only give you the latest news and notes on our schools, we'll tell you why a certain Atlantic-10 game could have an effect on the at-large berths from the ACC or the CAA.

In addition to the news, we'll have a weekly "tournament" in which you can vote for your favorite entry under a variety of topics (this week: area mascots). We'll have links to some of the more interesting and newsworthy stories from across the land and give you a look at what some prominent college hoops fans read to stay in touch. We'll even let readers decide which game we should cover in the next week.

What else? You tell us. We hope to make Press Break something worth checking out often on a daily basis, but if there's something more you'd like to see, tell us. I can be reached at renniem@washpost.com

By Matthew Rennie  |  November 25, 2008; 4:21 PM ET
Categories:  Men's basketball  
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