Maryland basketball has a chance Tuesday to get back on track after dropping Saturday’s game to Purdue. The Terps, who fell from 17th to 21st in the AP Poll as a result of the loss, will visit a Penn State team that currently sits near the bottom of the Big Ten.
Maryland still hasn’t lost a road game this season, and while the team isn’t expected to start here, crazier things have happened.
Maryland: 20-3, 8-2
Penn State: 12-12, 4-7
Last time they played: Diamond Stone’s 39 points lifted the Terps over Penn State 70-64 in December 2015.
Odds: Maryland is favored by 2.5 points.
How to watch
Tuesday, Feb. 7, 6 p.m. ET, Bryce Jordan Center
TV: BTN - Tom Werme (Play-By-Play), Bob Wenzel (Analyst)
Radio: Terrapin Sports Radio Network - Johnny Holliday (Play-by-Play), Chris Knoche (Analyst); Sirius 81 (Internet 81)
Online streaming: BTN2Go
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The women’s basketball team, which is 23-1 and ranked third in the AP Poll, is still ranked No. 9 in the selection committee’s seed rankings.
Former Terps point guard Kristi Toliver is coming back home to play for the Mystics.
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Maryland women’s lacrosse will officially play a doubleheader on Feb. 25, when the men take on Yale and the women face UNC in a title game rematch.
The Terps are heading back to Maryland Stadium for the first time in 10 years! https://t.co/ZuKht4TKmF #FearTheTurtle pic.twitter.com/bsTNkhrMCP— Maryland Women's Lax (@MarylandWLax) February 6, 2017