After having a few days to digest Sunday's embarrassing loss to Georgetown, sophomore guard Adrian Bowie declared today in a chat with reporters that the lack of effort the Terps displayed in their final game at the Old Spice Classic will not be an issue again this season.
"We’re not getting blown out like that no more this season," Bowie said. "This is Maryland basketball. We can’t get blown out this year. We’re trying to get back to the NCAAs, so we can’t let that happen anymore."
That's a pretty bold statement considering some of the teams the Terps will face come January and February. What do you all think? Will improved effort alone keep the Terps from being blown out again for the rest of this season?
I'll have more from today's media availability at Comcast Center posted later this evening and throughout the day tomorrow.
December 2, 2008; 4:34 PM ET
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