Maryland Vs. Temple Final Score: Owls Pull Away For 73-60 Victory

The Maryland Terrapins put forth another good effort on the road, but came up short once again, falling 73-60 to Temple in the Palestra on Saturday morning. The Terps cut Temple's lead down to one with under eight minutes to go and had chances to take the lead, but couldn't make the play, and the Owls rained three-pointers late to pull away.

Ramone Moore and Khalif Wyatt led the way for the Owls, stepping up late and making big shots down the stretch. The Terps cut the lead to four with three minutes remaining, but Juan Fernandez hit a three to push the lead to seven, and the Terps never threatened after that.

Terrell Stoglin scored 20 points to lead Maryland, who lost Alex Len to injury in the first half.

For more news, analysis, and discussion on Maryland, visit SB Nation's Terps blog, Testudo Times. For more on Temple, visit SB Nation Philly. For all your NCAA basketball news, visit SB Nation's college hoops hub.

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