UM weekly glance

March 01, 2002|By Gary Lambrecht

A look back: The Terps survived their only scare at home this year by erasing a 10-point halftime deficit and edging Wake Forest on Sunday, 90-89. Maryland then blew out Florida State on Wednesday, 96-63.

A look ahead: Maryland plays its last game at Cole Field House on Sunday against Virginia. Then it's on to the conference tournament in Charlotte.

Of note: With a victory on Sunday, Gary Williams would move into sixth place with 267 ACC wins.

Worth watching: Senior guard Juan Dixon, as he chases two records. Dixon needs 92 points to pass Len Bias (2,149) as the leading scorer in school history. He also needs 26 steals to pass Johnny Rhodes (344) as the all-time leader in the ACC.

By the numbers: With their next victory, the Terps will have won 25 games in four consecutive seasons, a first for Maryland.

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