Maryland Vs. Duke: Terps Head To Cameron Indoor Looking For Second Straight Road Win

The Maryland Terrapins (14-9, 4-5 ACC), coming off a road win Tuesday over Clemson, head to Cameron Indoor Stadium on Saturday afternoon looking to steal a win from the Duke Blue Devils (20-4, 7-2).

The Maryland Terrapins (14-9, 4-5 ACC), coming off a road win Tuesday over Clemson, head to Cameron Indoor Stadium on Saturday afternoon looking to steal a win from the Duke Blue Devils (20-4, 7-2).

Maryland ending an eight-game road losing streak with their 64-62 win over Clemson on Tuesday night. Terrell Stoglin was an extremely efficient nine of 11 from the floor, scoring 27 points for the Terps. Maryland also clamped down defensively, holding the Tigers to just 34.9 percent shooting.

No. 9 Duke is coming off an epic win over hated rival North Carolina on Wednesday night. The Blue Devils, down 10 with two and a half minutes left in the game, rallied to win 85-84 behind freshman Austin River's three point basket as the final horn sounded. Rivers finished the game with 29 points.

Duke has won 10 of their last 11 games against Maryland, including four straight at Cameron Indoor.

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

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