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How to watch Maryland basketball vs. Nebraska

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

COLLEGE BASKETBALL: FEB 04 Wisconsin at Maryland Photo by Tony Quinn/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

Maryland men’s basketball has another chance to end its road slide on Tuesday when it travels to Lincoln, Nebraska to take on the Cornhuskers at 7 p.m. ET.

The Terps’ road slide reached six games after a 74-70 loss to Penn State on Feb. 7. Maryland followed up with a complete, convincing home win over Northwestern, but it has yet to do the same on the road all season.

Meanwhile, the Cornhuskers have shocked the Big Ten, thanks to a big scoring boost from transfers James Palmer Jr. and Isaac Copeland. Both transfers have DMV ties and have propelled Nebraska from 12th in the league last season to 4th in the current standings. Nebraska’s riding a five-game winning streak and has yet to lose to a conference opponent at home.

Postseason aspirations aside, Maryland needs to win out just to finish the regular season above .500 in the Big Ten. The Terps have been able to keep it close on the road, but still have to prove they can win those games.

The numbers

Maryland: 17-10 (6-8 Big Ten)

Nebraska: 19-8 (10-4 Big Ten)

All-time series: Maryland leads 4-1

Odds: Nebraska is a three-point favorite

How to watch and listen

Tuesday, Feb. 13, 7 p.m. ET, Pinnacle Bank Arena, Lincoln, Nebraska

TV: BTN (Kevin Kugler: Play-by-Play, Robbi Hummel: Analyst)

Radio: Radio: 105.7 FM (Balt.) / ESPN 980 AM (DC), Sirus - 83 / XM - 83, TuneIn Radio App (Johnny Holliday, Chris Knoche)

In other news

After losing its first four games, softball wrapped up the Stacy Winsberg Memorial Classic with a win over Middle Tennessee on Sunday.

Men’s lacrosse dominated in its season opener against Navy, and will continue the title defense against Marist at 5 p.m. ET.

After a hat trick in his first college game, freshman Bubba Fairman is excited to get back on the field. (We’ll excuse him for spelling Byrd wrong ... and the fact that it’s no longer the stadium name.)

Baseball gets underway this weekend, so here’s a couple storylines to watch as the season kicks off.

Mark Turgeon implemented the motion offense after the road blowout to Ohio State to make the Terps harder to scout. It’s worked to varied success, the Terps are 3-5 since, but it was run flawlessly against Northwestern, from The Baltimore Sun.

Both Maryland wrestling and gymnastics were in action this weekend, and The Left Bench has some shots from both events.

On the same night five-star basketball signee Jalen Smith received his McDonald’s All-American jersey, he went off for a 32-point, 23-rebound double-double along with seven blocks in a win over John Carroll and fellow five-star and All-American Immanuel Quickley.