Terps this week

February 21, 2003

A look back

Maryland fell behind twice by 10 points, then cut the deficit to two before falling at No. 8 Duke, 75-70 on Wednesday, two days after playing its most dominant game of the season by whipping No. 10 Wake Forest at Comcast Center, 90-67.

A look ahead

The Terps look to bounce back in their final two home games, facing North Carolina tomorrow afternoon and Clemson on Tuesday night. Maryland is seeking to sweep North Carolina for the second season in a row.

Worth watching

The Terps are in a zone at the free-throw line, where they had made 33 consecutive attempts spanning two games, before Drew Nicholas missed with 8:14 left against Duke. Maryland has made 73 of its past 86 attempts.

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