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Gameday At Garyland
Maryland basketball games have become a loud and boisterous experience with capacity crowds since Gary Williams took over as head coach for the 1989-90 season. The Terrapins boast one of the most active and enthusiastic crowds in the country, which has helped carry the Maryland program to two Final Four appearances, the 2002 national championship, ACC titles in 2004 and 2010 and record-breaking attendance at Comcast Center.
Maryland has filled its home arenas, including storied Cole Field House, to more than 96 percent capacity since the 1993-94 season. More than four million people have watched men’s basketball in College Park over the last 17 seasons, as the Terps have taken advantage of on eof the most consistent and animated home crowds in the nation.
Including last season’s home mark of 15-1, the Terrapins have won 85 percent of their games at home in the last 17 years. During Gary Williams’ tenure as head coach, the Terps have achieved double-digit home victories in 20 of 21 seasons.