Miami Vs. Maryland: Terps Host Jim Larranaga And Bubble-Dwelling Hurricanes

Mark Turgeon and the Terps will be looking for some payback against the Miami Hurricanes in College Park on Tuesday night.

The Maryland Terrapins will be looking for a little bit of retribution when they host the Miami Hurricanes at the Comcast Center on Tuesday night. The game starts at 8 and can be seen on ESPN3.

The Terps and the Hurricanes have already met once this year, a pretty crazy affair down in Coral Gables. Maryland was down by a bunch in the second half but ultimately stormed back and forced some extra basketball. Mark Turgeon was thrown out along the way, and the Terps ended up losing 90-86 in double overtime. The Terps hung with the Hurricanes on the boards in that game which enabled them to hang tough, and it will be important for them to do the same on Tuesday.

We'll have plenty more on this game throughout the day on SB Nation D.C., so keep it locked to this StoryStream for all the latest news and updates. For more on the Terps please check out Testudo Times. And for more from some perspective from the other bench head over to The Seventh Floor, SB Nation's Miami Hurricanes blog. For more on this and all College basketball games please check out the SB Nation College basketball hub page.

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