Maryland limped through the first half on Tuesday night against Virginia Tech, but two plays helped to change the game and push the Terrapins to a 64-47 win.
Maryland overcame a one-point halftime deficit to blow the game open in the second half in a 64-47 win over Virginia Tech on Tuesday in College Park.
Maryland's NCAA tournament hopes likely rest on running the table in the ACC tournament, but two more regular season games remain. Preview VT-Maryland.
Maryland head coach Mark Turgeon had additional plans in mind for how he was going to use Roddy Peters. Those, though, haven't worked out. More here.