The Terps will go for the regular season sweep of the Spartans at the XFINITY Center on Saturday afternoon.
As one shot after another clanged off the rim, it became apparent to Maryland that the impetus for a comeback against Rutgers would have to take place on the other end of the floor.
Keith Cavanaugh from the Terrapin Times joined Bob and Terry to preview MAryland’s upcoming game against Rutgers and talk Terps basketball recruiting.
Brene Moseley came off the bench to score 15 points, including the go-ahead free throws with 2.8 seconds left to give 12th-ranked Maryland a 77-73 win over No. 23 Minnesota on Sunday.
Jake Layman and No. 11 Maryland got this job done with defense. The Terrapins shut down Purdue and its big men, bouncing back from a loss earlier in the week for a 69-60 victory Saturday.
Last Saturday was the perfect day to put fresh batteries in the remote, pull up a chair and enjoy the sports entertainment that was at our disposal. Luckily for us local fans, the home teams were front and center and did not disappoint.
Shatori Walker-Kimbrough scored 24, Laurin Mincy added 22 and No. 14 Maryland used a big second half on Saturday to beat 12th-ranked Nebraska 75-47.
With their 70-58 victory over Minnesota on Saturday, the 12th-ranked Terrapins extended their winning streak to seven games and added another noteworthy accomplishment in the Big Ten to go with their double-overtime triumph at Michigan State on Tuesday.
Brionna Jones had 23 points and a career-high 14 rebounds on Monday night as No. 14 Maryland won its inaugural Big Ten game by defeating Ohio State 87-78 in the conference opener for both teams.
Maryland passed another big test as it prepares for its first season in the rugged Big Ten.
Brene Moseley had 18 points and eight assists and No. 14 Maryland cruised to a 110-51 victory over Coppin State on Sunday.
Maryland’s Brad Craddock has won the Lou Groza Award as the nation’s top kicker.