The Maryland Terrapins may end up having a letdown against a low-major team at some point this season. It just won't happen today against Maine. Led by 16 points from guard Cliff Tucker, the Terps lead Maine 52-29 at halftime, their largest lead of the game.
Maryland blew open the game late in the first half, going on a 17-1 run at one point. They stepped up their defense and were able to get easy buckets on the other end. Tucker was left wide open several times, and responded by nailing four of his five three-point attempts.
Freshman guard Terrell Stoglin added 11 for Maryland. Jordan Williams is just 2-6 from the field, but has eight points and four rebounds. Murphy Burnatowski leads Maine with 11. The Terps are shooting 57 percent from the field and are outrebounding Maine 21-15.