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How to watch Maryland basketball vs. Iowa: Game time, TV schedule, live radio streaming, odds and more

This is the Maryland Minute, a short story followed by a roundup of Terps-related news.

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Maryland basketball plays Iowa tonight at 7 p.m.

The Terps (4-1 in Big Ten play) haven’t played since beating Illinois on Saturday. The Hawkeyes (3-3 Big Ten) last played on Sunday, a 35-point loss to Northwestern. Should be fun.

The Numbers

Maryland: 16-2

Iowa: 11-8

Last time they played: Maryland beat Iowa, 74-68, last January.

Odds: Maryland is favored by 1.5 points

How to watch

Thursday, January 19, 7 p.m. (EST), Iowa City, Iowa.

TV: ESPN. Rece Davis (Play-By-Play), Jim Calhoun (Analyst)

Radio: Terrapin Sports Radio Network - Johnny Holliday (Play-by-Play), Chris Knoche (Analyst) SIRI 84 (Internet 84)

Online streaming: watchESPN

In other news

Here’s our full Maryland-Iowa preview.

Maryland women’s basketball plays Michigan tonight at 6.

We discussed many Maryland basketball things on our podcast.

Here’s a composite top 25 for next season.

Sports Illustrated has an early look at the 2017 Heisman candidates.

Maryland commit Markquese Bell, an early enrollee, has signed his National Letter of Intent.

NBC’s Rob Dauster talked Maryland and Melo Trimble on the Locked on Wizards podcast:

I’m bullish on Maryland, think Melo Trimble is a fantastic college basketball player, but I think he’s going to be a guy, you’re not going to pick him in the first round, maybe a second-round pick. I think he will be on a [NBA] roster. Like Fred Van Vleet is still in the NBA. I think he’s going to be a guy like that, he’s going to bounce around for a while, play in the NBA, be an NBA player, but he’s not a guy that’s going to start, he’s not a guy that’s going to get a ton of minutes. Great college player, he’ll get a cup of coffee in the NBA.


Here are two links we should have included earlier:

Former Maryland track athlete and Congressional Medal of Honor recipient Florent Groberg received the NCAA Award of Valor. Here’s a press release.