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How to watch Maryland men’s basketball vs. No. 3 Purdue

The Terps hope to pull off an upset to stay undefeated at home in conference games.

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Maryland men’s basketball faces one of its biggest home games of the year, welcoming the No. 3 Purdue Boilermakers to College Park Thursday.

Purdue is coming off a loss at Northwestern, which dropped it from No. 1 in the AP poll to No. 3. The Boilermakers have been less than dominant since their loss at Indiana on Feb. 4, also having close games on the road at Michigan State, Ohio State and Michigan.

The Terps most recently played on Saturday, Feb. 11, a six-point win over Penn State.

The last time Maryland and Purdue played was in West Lafayette, Indiana, on Jan. 22, when Purdue — led by star center Zach Edey’s 24-point and 16-rebound performance — won by just three points. This time, Purdue has to face a sellout crowd at XFINITY Center, where the Terps have not dropped a conference game this year.

The numbers

Maryland: 17-8, 8-6 Big Ten

Purdue: 23-3, 12-3 Big Ten

All-Time Series: Purdue leads, 8-6

DraftKings Sportsbook Line: Purdue -1.5

How to watch and listen

Saturday, Feb. 11, 12:00 PM ET, XFINITY Center, College Park, Md.

TV: Big Ten Network — Cory Provus (play-by-play), Stephen Bardo (analyst), Andy Katz (sideline)

Radio: 105.7 FM (Balt.) / 980 AM (D.C.) / SiriusXM Channel 195 — Johnny Holliday (play-by-play), Chris Knoche (analyst), Walt Williams (analyst)

Streaming: FOX Sports

Catch up before the game

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Takeaways from Maryland men’s basketball’s win over Penn State

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Analyzing Maryland men’s basketball’s Big Ten home/road offensive splits

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