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Maryland basketball to host Oklahoma State next season, per report

It's the back end of a home-and-home series.

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We may not know which Terps will be on the roster, but the Maryland basketball will host its end of a home-and-home series against the Oklahoma State Cowboys on Dec 3, CBS Sports' Jon Rothstein reported Wednesday.

The Terrapins traveled to Stillwater, Okla., in December 2014, coming away with a 73-64 win. Dez Wells sat out with an injury and Jake Layman stepped up big with 21 points and 11 rebounds. Those two for sure won't be back, but Melo Trimble -- who posted a 15-point, four-rebound, four-assist night -- just might. We'll have to wait and see.

Oklahoma State has the No. 38 recruiting class in the nation this year, per 247Sports, most notably welcoming four-star shooting guard Lindy Waters, who had offers from Oklahoma, Cincinnati and Iowa State, among others. It could be an early test for the Terrapins' four-star shooting guard, Kevin Huerter. Waters ranks No. 20 at the position and Huerter No. 11 in the class of 2016, again according to 247Sports.

The Cowboys are coming off a tough 12-20 season, but they will be remembered for crushing the Kansas Jayhawks in one of their four losses of the regular season, 86-67.

Maryland's schedule hasn't nearly come together, obviously, but it's nice that the Terps have someone competitive on their slate already.