No. 21 Maryland men’s basketball (20-9, 11-7 Big Ten) closes out the season with a two-game road trip, starting with a matchup against Ohio State (12-17, 4-14).
The Terps have just one Big Ten road win this season but are vying for a top-four seed and double bye in the Big Ten Tournament. The Terps beat the Buckeyes, 80-73, in College Park on Jan. 8. Wednesday’s tipoff is set for 7 p.m.
This is your space for thoughts, observations or whatever you would like to share, but please be respectful.
Catch up before the game
No. 21 Maryland men’s basketball at Ohio State preview
How to watch No. 21 Maryland men’s basketball at Ohio State
Testudo Times Podcast: March is here
Maryland men’s basketball re-enters AP poll, checking in at No. 21
Takeaways from Maryland men’s basketball’s crucial win over No. 21 Northwestern
Maryland men’s basketball uses 3-point barrage to bully Northwestern, 75-59
How Maryland fans came together to create an unforgettable night in College Park
Maryland men’s basketball film breakdown: The Jahmir Young experience
Analyzing Maryland men’s basketball’s Big Ten home/road offensive splits
Ian Martinez didn’t just take the long route from Costa Rica to Maryland — he blazed the trail
Canadian journeyman Patrick Emilien’s work ethic proves it is better late than never
Maryland men’s basketball film breakdown: A look at Donta Scott’s terrific start
Donta Scott is the key piece to Maryland men’s basketball’s puzzle
Under Grant Billmeier, Julian Reese and Maryland men’s basketball’s frontcourt look to make strides
Jahmir Young and Don Carey return home to Maryland to form Kevin Willard’s first starting backcourt