Maryland men's basketball is on the road again on Wednesday for a rematch of its Big Ten opener against Purdue. The No. 3 Boilermakers are on an NCAA-best 17-game winning streak, while the Terps have lost four straight on the road and five of their last seven overall. Maryland will need a near-perfect game against a team that both shoots the lights out from beyond the arc and has a bully inside in Isaac Haas. In the first matchup, Haas and Dakota Mathias combined for 41 points for Purdue, as the Boilermakers left College Park with a five-point win. Maryland's in for another rough game, but gets another shot at the reigning Big Ten champs and current-conference leading Boilermakers at 8:30 p.m. ET on BTN.
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Update: Michal Cekovsky didn't travel with the team and won't play tonight, after injuring his left heel in practice on Tuesday.