A smoother transition for Mark Turgeon
COLLEGE PARK, Md. -- The pained expression Mark Turgeon sometimes had during his first two years at Texas A&M wasn't just related to a tight game, a bad call or some anxious moment en route to the NCAA tournament.
Turgeon wasn't at peace in College Station.
He arrived from Wichita State to replace Billy Gillispie, and for the first time in 10 years he was back at a major-conference school after playing at Kansas and coaching at KU and Oregon as an assistant.
Turgeon didn't ...
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