Wells put the team on his back late in the second half as the Maryland Terrapins earned a 60-50 victory at the Louis Brown Athletic Center.
The No. 10 Terrapins can notch a sixth straight win Tuesday night when they go on the road to try to hand one of major college basketball’s worst teams its 13th straight loss.
Locked in a three-way tie for second place in the Big Ten, No. 16 Maryland heads into the home stretch of the regular season with a decidedly favorable schedule.
Dez Wells scored 22 points, Melo Trimble added 20 and No. 19 Maryland used strong shooting in the second half to scramble past Penn State 76-73 Saturday night.
It was only fitting that a game featuring 18 lead changes and seven ties came down to the final shot.
The Terps are in desperate need of a rebound win and get a chance to do so at home against a Hoosiers team that beat them by almost 20 less than three weeks ago in Bloomington.
The Terps of Maryland tip off on Sunday, Feb 8, 2015 against the Iowa Hawkeyes at 3:15p from Carver-Hawkeye Arena in Iowa City, Iowa.
After recent struggles, Maryland seeks a ninth straight home win Wednesday night against a Penn State team that’s been playing better of late.
For the second time in three games, the Maryland Terrapins were dominated on the road by a conference opponent.
Marc Loving matched his career high with 19 points and D’Angelo Russell added 18 points and 14 rebounds to lead Ohio State to an 80-56 victory over No. 16 Maryland on Thursday night.
Keith Cavanaugh of the Terrapin Times joined Scott and Jeremy Conn to talk about the Terps latest commit and to recap the teams big win over the Northwestern Wildcats.
The guys discuss what went wrong for the Terps in Indiana who are now second in the Big 10 conference.