To keep tabs on Texas-Maryland, look for the 6-foot-7 center whose hair matches the Longhorns’ uniforms. The Terrapins would love to see as little of Imani McGee-Stafford as possible when fourth-seeded Maryland hosts No. 5 seed Texas on Tuesday in the second round of the NCAA tournament. That’s not a bad idea, considering the sophomore had 20 points and 12 rebounds in the Longhorns’ opening win over Penn. ”Our goal pretty much is to get Imani in foul trouble,” Maryland guard Lexie Brown said Monday. ”And in the summer I cut it off, and since I’ve cut it off I’ve changed my hair color, like, every month.