February 21, 2012; College Park, MD, USA; Miami Hurricanes guard Rion Brown (15) and Trey McKinney Jones (4) defend against Maryland Terrapins guard Sean Mosley (14) at Comcast Center. Mandatory Credit: Mitch Stringer-US PRESSWIRE

Miami Vs. Maryland: Second-Half Rally Carries Maryland To 75-70 Win

James Padgett's three-point play late in the game gave the Terps the lead for good late in the second half.

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Miami Vs. Maryland: James Padgett Turns The Tide Against Hurricanes

Doing the dirty work like he has all year, James Padgett grabbed the game's most important rebound against Miami, made the basket and ensuing free throw to give Maryland the win.

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Maryland vs. Miami: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly From Terps' Comeback Win Over The Hurricanes

Want to know The Good, The Bad and The Ugly from Maryland's comeback win over Miami? The Terps were helped out by a 14-4 run to close the game out and secure the win.

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Miami Vs. Maryland Recap: Terps Come Back In Final Two Minutes For 75-70 Win Over Hurricanes

The Maryland Terrapins staged a final-minute comeback on Tuesday night for a thrilling 75-70 win over the Miami Hurricanes at the Comcast Center. The Terps found themselves down five with two minutes to play, but Mark Turgeon's club would step up the pressure on the defensive end, forcing several turnovers and holding the Canes to just four points during crunch time. Maryland closed the game on a 16-4 run, and Miami's two buckets were conceded with the Terps guarding the three-point line and avoiding the foul on penetration.

James Padgett had a huge game for the Terps, scoring 16 points and grabbing six rebounds. None was bigger than an offensive rebound which he put back up to tie the game at 66 while drawing a foul. Padgett cooly completed the three-point play to give Maryland the 67-66 lead with 40 seconds to play. It was the Terps' first lead in more than 10 minutes. On Miami's subsequent possession, Nick Faust picked the pocket of Durand Scott and Sean Mosley sank his free throws to give Maryland a three-point lead just like that. As a team, Maryland hit 19 of 22 attempts from the free-throw line.

As he usually does, Terrell Stoglin led all scorers, finishing with 20 points. But Stoglin had an off night and Padgett, along with Mosley, were there for added scoring punch. The Terps have had trouble against some of the league's big men this season and Miami's Kenny Kadji had a big game on the interior for the Canes. Kadji finished with 16 points and eight rebounds. But Miami had no answers on the offensive end when it mattered.

Maryland now travels to Georgia Tech on Saturday, looking to pull even in the ACC.

For full coverage of the Terrapins before, during and after tonight's game, keep it tuned to Testudo Times. For more coverage on the Miami Hurricanes, head on over to The 7th Floor. For all things college basketball, hop on over to the college basketball hub page at SB Nation NCAAB for complete coverage of all the games across the nation tonight and every night.

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Miami Vs. Maryland Score Update: Terps Trail Canes 35-31 After One Half

The Maryland Terrapins trail the Miami Hurricanes 35-31 after one half at Comcast Center in College Park. The Terps set up the inside-outside threat of Sean Mosley and James Padgett over the first 14 minutes of the game to lead for much of the first half. Padgett finished four for four from the field for nine points while Mosley added eight points. ACC leading scorer Terrell Stoglin came alive late and finished with eight points

The Canes went on an 14-1 run at the under eight timeout and took their first lead of the game with just over six minutes remaining in the half. It was sparked by a personal 8-0 run led by Malcolm Grant, who hit from long-range and the free-throw line to put the Canes on top. Miami dominated Maryland on the interior, out-rebounding the Terps by seven. Kenny Kadji and the enormous Reggie Johnson did the Canes' work on the glass.

For full coverage to the Terrapins before, during and after tonight's game, keep it tuned toTestudo Times. For more coverage on the Miami Hurricanes, head on over to The 7th Floor. For all things college basketball, hop on over to the college basketball hub page at SB Nation NCAAB for complete coverage of all the games across the nation tonight and every night.

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Miami Vs. Maryland: Game Time, TV Schedule, And More

The bubble-dwelling Miami Hurricanes are in College Park for a crucial contest against the Maryland Terrapins. For those interested in checking out the game, here is the game time, TV schedule and links to the online video and radio streams.

Location: Gary Williams Court at Comcast Center in College Park, Maryland
Game Time: 8:00 p.m. EST
TV Channel: My Network TV Channel 20 (ACC Network)/ ESPN3.com
Announcers: Tim Brant (play-by-play) Dan Bonner (analysis)
Maryland Radio: 105.7 The Fan
Announcers: Johnny Holliday (play-by-play) Chris Knoche (analysis) Walt Williams (sidelines)
Hurricanes-Terrapins Line: Miami is favored by 2.5 points

For full coverage to the Terrapins before, during and after tonight's game, keep it tuned to Testudo Times. For more coverage on the Miami Hurricanes, head on over to The 7th Floor. For all things college basketball, hop on over to the college basketball hub page at SB Nation NCAAB for complete coverage of all the games across the nation tonight and every night.

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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.

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