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How to watch Maryland men’s basketball vs Mount St. Mary’s

The Terps play their third game of the season in an empty Xfinity Center at 2 p.m. on BTN.

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Maryland men’s basketball hosts the Mount St. Mary’s Mountaineers in its third game of the season this afternoon.

The Terps trounced the Navy Midshipmen Friday, 82-52. Darryl Morsell and Galin Smith each knocked down 6-of-6 shots, with the duo scoring a total of 27 points. Eric Ayala had a 15-point day, Aaron Wiggins had 14 and Hakim Hart set his career-high with 11 points. Donta Scott, Jairus Hamilton and Morsell all finished the afternoon with five boards.

Maryland shot 8-of-15 from 3-point range and has converted 47.4% of its shots from downtown over its first two games. Last season, the team converted just 31.1% of its attempts from behind the arc.

Mount St. Mary’s was edged by Navy Saturday afternoon in Xfinity Center, 73-67, to push the Mountaineers back to .500. After an 18-point performance in the Mount’s season-opening win at Morgan State, senior guard Jalen Gibbs knocked down four three-pointers en route to his 16 points yesterday. Five-foot-eight guard Damian Chong Qui, one of five players selected to the preseason All-NEC team, led the team with 18 points.

The Terps and Mountaineers last met in 2018, when Bruno Fernando’s 21 points led Maryland to a 92-77 victory.

The finale of the round-robin event will tip off at 2 p.m., set to be televised on Big Ten Network.

The Numbers

Maryland: 2-0 (0-0 Big Ten)
Mount St. Mary’s: 1-1 (0-0 NEC)
All-Time Series: Maryland leads 9-0
Odds: N/A

How to Watch and Listen

Sunday, Nov. 29, 2 p.m. (EST), Xfinity Center, College Park, Maryland

TV: Big Ten Network (Mike Hall, play-by-play; Christy Winters-Scott, analyst)

Radio: 105.7 FM (Baltimore) / 980 AM (Washington, D.C.), One Maryland App, XM 195, Sirius 135 (Johnny Holliday, Walt Williams and Chris Knoche)

Stream: Fox Sports App

Catch up before the game

* Correction: This article previously said that Mount St. Mary’s lost to Morgan State.