North Carolina Vs. Maryland: Terps Looking For Revenge Against John Henson, Tar Heels

The Maryland Terrapins were just too small to compete with the Tar Heels the last time they played, can they overcome that disadvantage tonight?

The last time these two teams met in College Park, MD North Carolina big man John Henson put down an emphatic dunk in the final seconds when the game had already been decided. Tar Heels coach Roy Williams didn't seem to fond of the act, and I can assure you that Mark Turgeon and the rest of the Terps weren't big fans either. They'll have a chance for a little bit or retribution, and a big win, when they take on the Tar Heels in Chapel Hill tonight. The game starts at 7 pm and can be seen on ESPN.

The Terps hung with the the Heels for much of that game before the size of the tar Heels became too much for them to handle. They were rebounded 44-37 in that game and they'll have to close that gap for them to be competitive tonight.

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 this game and all things Maryland basketball, please ahead over to Testudo Times. For a view from the other bench, you can head over to Carolina March, SB Nation's North Carolina Tar Heels blog. For more on this game and every NCAAB game, you can check out the SB NAtion College basketball hub page.

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