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

Penn State v Maryland Photo by G Fiume/Maryland Terrapins/Getty Images

Maryland basketball looks to build off a home win against Wisconsin on Sunday on the road against Penn State on Wednesday night.

The Terps have struggled in the Big Ten this season, but they picked up a big win against the Badgers at the Xfinity Center. Up next is the Nittany Lions, who have already eclipsed their win total from last season and have equaled their conference win total from last year. They have a 12-3 home record overall, so Maryland will have its hands full.

As of now, there is no word on whether starting center Michal Cekovsky will play, although it seems unlikely. He is vital to Maryland’s rebounding game, and the Terps will have to play a smaller roster against Penn State and hope that Bruno Fernando, Sean Obi, and Joshua Tomaic will be able to fill the void.

The numbers

Maryland: 16-9 (5-7 Big Ten)

Penn State: 16-9 (6-6 Big Ten)

All-time series: Maryland leads 13-8

Odds: Maryland is a 4.5-point underdog

How to watch and listen

Wednesday, Feb. 7, 6:30 p.m. ET, Bryce Jordan Center, State College, Pennsylvania

TV: BTN (Brandon Gaudin: Play-by-Play, Shon Morris: Analyst)

Radio: 105.7 FM (Balt.) / ESPN 980 AM (DC), Sirus - 83 / XM - 83, TuneIn Radio App (Johnny Holliday: Play-by-Play, Chris Knoche: Analyst), WMUC Sports (Alex Flum, Noah Gross)

In other news

Maryland softball coach Julie Wright announced her four team captains for the upcoming season, reported on Monday. The four will be seniors Skylynne Ellazar and Destiney Henderson, junior Sydney Golden, and sophomore Anna Kufta.

Former Maryland football stars D.J. Moore and JC Jackson were invited to the NFL Scouting Combine on Tuesday. Moore and Jackson are the only Terps to get invited to Indianapolis.

Four-star Maryland basketball point guard target Tyger Campbell committed to UCLA on Tuesday. The Terps are still looking for a true point-guard for their 2018 class, though current 2018 commit Eric Ayala is a combo guard.

Here’s our positional preview for Maryland men’s lacrosse as the Terps begin their title defense this weekend.

Maryland women’s basketball entered the top-10 in the AP Top 25 rankings for the first time this season on Monday. The Terps will play Michigan State in East Lansing on Thursday, seeking revenge after losing to the Spartans at home earlier this season.