While the Maryland Terrapins and the Virginia Cavaliers entered halftime all tied up at 31-31, the Cavs jumped out to a quick start over the Terps. Virginia jumped out to a big lead starting the second half with a 16-4 run. The Terps scored just four points in the first eight minutes of the second half. The offensive struggle for the Terps continued as they were just trounced by Virginia in the second half, going down 71-44.
The Terps were able to score just 13 points in the second half. Terrell Stoglin led the way in the first half with 14 points, but he didn't score a single point in the second half and still led the team in scoring. Nick Faust ended the game with 13 points and 3 rebounds, while the next highest scorer for the Terps was James Padgett off the bench with six points. The Terps just couldn't put a stop to Virginia's Mike Scott, who ended the day with 25 points.
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