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MM 3.3: How to Watch Maryland men’s basketball vs Northwestern

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

Maryland v Rutgers Photo by Rich Schultz/Getty Images

Hoping to capitalize on the momentum from the past five games, Maryland men’s basketball aims to continue its five-game winning streak against Northwestern Wednesday night.

The Terrapins are coming off another big win, defeating Michigan State, 73-55, on Feb. 28. Eric Ayala led Maryland with 22 points and Aaron Wiggins had 13 points, with Darryl Morsell following closely with 11 points. Donta Scott led the team with five assists, along with eight rebounds and seven points.

Heading into today’s game, Northwestern has won just one of its last five games. The victory came against Minnesota on Feb. 25.

The Terrapins and Wildcats haven’t faced one another since Feb. 18, 2020 at Xfinity Center. The two squads are set for a late 9 p.m. tip, with a Maryland great on the call.

The Numbers

Maryland: 15-10 (9-9 Big Ten)
Northwestern: 7-14 (4-13 Big Ten)
All-time Series: Maryland leads 10-1
Odds: Maryland -4 (as of Tuesday afternoon)

How to Watch and Listen

Wednesday, March 3, 9 p.m. ET, Welsh-Ryan Arena, Evanston, Illinois

TV: Big Ten Network (Brandon Gaudin, play-by-play; Len Elmore, analyst)

Radio: 105.7 AM (Baltimore) / 980AM (Washington, D.C.) (Johnny Holliday, play-by-play; Chris Knoche, analyst; Walt Williams, analyst)

Live Stream: Big Ten Network

In other news

Henry previewed tonight’s matchup between the Terps and Wildcats.

Sam took a look at the film from Maryland men’s basketball’s win over Michigan State.

The Testudo Times podcast crew brought back its March Madness limited podcast series to discuss everything you need to know from around college basketball before filling out your bracket.

Dylan previewed Maryland men’s soccer’s afternoon tilt against Rutgers.

Daniel took a look at how Maryland baseball’s roster looks heading into the 2021 season.

Maryland men’s basketball continues to move up in NCAA Tournament projections.

Maryland women’s basketball released game info for the last tilt of the regular season.

The team also shared some highlights from its most recent win.

Several Maryland student-athletes received recognition from around the Big Ten and national media Tuesday.

Terrapin great Juan Dixon continues to grow the Coppin State basketball program.