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MM 1.25: Maryland men’s basketball game vs No. 10 Wisconsin moved to Wednesday

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

NCAA Basketball: Maryland at Wisconsin Mary Langenfeld-USA TODAY Sports

After upsetting its third ranked team on the road Saturday, Maryland men’s basketball faces a quicker turnaround than expected with its game against No. 10 Wisconsin moved to Wednesday, January 27. at 9 p.m. The matchup was originally scheduled for Saturday, January 30.

The change was made by the Big Ten conference in order to accommodate the previously postponed contest between Michigan and Penn State.

This is now the sixth Maryland matchup that has been affected the season. The team was dealt four cancellations in December and most recently had its matchup with Nebraska postponed. In their only matchup of the season, Maryland defeated Wisconsin, 70-64, behind Eric Ayala’s team-high 17 points.

In other news

Maryland football added some quarterback depth with Reece Udinski announcing his transfer on Sunday.

Maryland women’s basketball has a Top-25 matchup tonight against Ohio State. Dylan previewed the matchup here.

Maryland volleyball dropped its first two games of the year to Ohio State. Joe recapped Saturday’s loss here.

Maryland football early enrollees arrived on campus late last week.

The Big Ten Network produced a feature on Maryland men’s basketball’s Eric Ayala.

Maryland gymnastics performed well in their second meet of the season.

Former Terp Alex Len had a strong debut for the Washington Wizards, finishing with 11 points and five rebounds off the bench.

Maryland women’s basketball has an unselfish mentality.

Maryland women’s soccer released its schedule for the spring.

Maryland track and field participated in the Penn State Invite on Saturday.