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Posted at 10:26 AM ET, 02/24/2011

Morning links: Maryland beats Florida State with relative ease

By Matt Bonesteel

Good morning.

Combine a balanced offensive effort by Maryland with Florida State's herky-jerky style of play on the other end and what do you have: A rather thorough 78-62 victory.

Coach Gary Williams took some shots at the crowd last night (announced at 15,186), and so did ESPN's Scott Van Pelt. Dan Steinberg has the details over at the Bog. Williams is also unhappy with the Diamonback.

The Orlando Sentinel looks at how Florida State has few chances of winning when its vaunted defense doesn't show up.

Eric Prisbell takes a look at the very crowded ACC bubble over at The 68. The Terrapins are very much alive for an NCAA tournament at-large berth, despite a bland resume.

By Matt Bonesteel  | February 24, 2011; 10:26 AM ET
 
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http://weblogs.baltimoresun.com/sports/college/recruiting/2011/02/martin_breunig_commits_to_maryland.html

Pay careful attention at about the 1:12 mark. This kid can play...looks like someone who can fill Dino's role right away.

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