BONUS BLOG: Last week's Terrapin men's basketball game vs. Georgia Tech had a déjà vu moment for Maryland men's lacrosse fans.
An inadvertent whistle on a timeout that wasn't called by Maryland head coach Gary Williams wiped out a half-court three by Greivis Vasquez that would have won the game for the Terps.
That sounds eerily similar to the inadvertent whistle that wiped out Grant Catalino's would-have-been game-winning goal just seconds into the first overtime at Virginia last March.
Unlike the lacrosse game, which went an NCAA-record seven overtimes and saw the Cavaliers pull out the win, the basketball refs were bailed out by Terp junior Cliff Tucker, who buried a three-pointer as time expired to give Maryland the 76-74 victory.
As Yogi Berra once famously said, it was déjà vu all over again. But this time the good guys came away with the win.