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Maryland basketball's win vs. UMES is only the latest by double-digits

The latest installment of After the Buzzer looks at Maryland's win against the Hawks.

After blowing out Maryland Eastern Shore at home, the Terrapins have now taken seven of nine wins by double-digits.

It was another slow start at home for Maryland, but the Terrapins poured in 42 second-half points to take an easy 21-point win at home.

Flashy play by Rasheed Sulaimon, who set a career-high with 10 assists, and efficient shooting by Melo Trimble, who scored 18 points on 6 field goal attempts, carried the Terps to victory. The debatable best backcourt in nation turned the ball over just three times combined in 57 minutes, and have a feel as to what the other needs to do to get the job done.

Jared Nickens was another weapon for Maryland, hitting four of his eight attempts from 3-point land. His 12 points tied for the team's second highest number with Diamond Stone.

The Terps get a week off before they play their next game against Princeton at Royal Farms Arena in Baltimore.