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Maryland basketball dominates with bursts from Jake Layman and Jaylen Brantley

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On After the Buzzer, we discuss Jake Layman's harsh critics and the Terps' success in Baltimore.

Maryland took care of its second to last non-conference opponent of the season in an 82-61 victory over Princeton in its first trip to Baltimore in 16 years.

Senior Jake Layman scored a season-high 19 points to go along with 8 rebounds, bringing harsh Terps critics the game they've been waiting for from him. He hit 4 of 8 shots from deep and thrived against Princeton's zone, which focused keeping the ball out of the paint.

Junior college transfer Jaylen Brantley also had his break-out game of the year, doubling his career-high with 14 points, including a spurt of seven consecutive points to put the Terps up 23. His final take to the hoop made walk-on Andrew Terrell do this:

The team can now return home for the holidays to rest before one final non-conference game against Marshall on Dec. 27. Big Ten play begins on Dec. 30 as the Terrapins travel to University Park to take on the Penn State Nittany Lions.