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How to watch Maryland basketball vs. Iowa

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

NCAA Basketball: Maryland at Michigan Rick Osentoski-USA TODAY Sports

Following a double-digit loss to then-No. 6 Michigan, Maryland men’s basketball looks to regroup tonight against No. 21 Iowa, the Terps’ third consecutive ranked foe.

Maryland struggled to its worst offensive performance in six years Saturday against the Wolverines, shooting 36.4 percent and turning the ball over 16 times in the 65-52 loss. Aaron Wiggins was one of the lone bright spots, chipping in 15 points and six rebounds off the bench.

Now, the Terps must turn it around against the high-flying Hawkeyes, who average 81.2 points per game, the best mark in the Big Ten. Iowa comes in on a four-game winning streak, highlighted by a home win over Michigan and buzzer-beating victories over Northwestern and Rutgers. Tyler Cook leads the way for Iowa, averaging 16.3 points per game and 8.1 rebounds per game. Luka Garza, Joe Wieskamp and Jordan Bohannon also average double-digit points for the Hawkeyes. Lamar has the full preview here.

The numbers

No. 24 Maryland: 19-7, 10-5 Big Ten

No. 21 Iowa: 20-5, 9-5 Big Ten

All-time series: Maryland leads 5-3

Odds: Maryland is a 2-point underdog

How to watch and listen

Tuesday, Feb. 19, 8 p.m. (ET), Carver-Hawkeye Arena, Iowa City, Iowa

TV: BTN — Dave Revsine (Play-by-Play), Robbie Hummel (Analyst)

Streaming: BTN2Go

Radio: 105.7 FM (Balt.) / 980 AM (DC), XM 202, Maryland Sports Radio Network (Johnny Holliday, Chris Knoche)

In other news

Maryland football landed transfer QB Josh Jackson from Virginia Tech last night.

Men’s basketball is still at No. 24 in the AP Poll, while the women’s team is down a spot to No. 8.

Kalia Charles chats women’s hoops with BTN:

Luke Jackson chronicles Blair Watson’s recovery from an ACL injury for PressBox.

The Washington Post’s Emily Giambalvo goes behind-the-scenes with the men’s basketball managers and assistants, discussing how they prep for road trips.

Men’s and women’s lacrosse announced an extensive slate of nationally televised matches: