Under head coach Gary Williams, the Maryland Terrapins have a tendency to struggle before streaking. In College Park Wednesday, it looks like the latter took hold.
Five Terps scored in double figures, led by Terrell Stoglin's 17 points, in a 78-62 win over the Florida State Seminoles, a win that gives the Terps momentum heading into the end of the regular season.
Jordan Williams had yet another double-double of 11 points and 11 rebounds. Dino Gregory had 14 points, while Adrian Bowie had 12 points off of the bench. Sean Mosley added 10 points. For Florida State, Derwin Kitchen had 16 points to lead the Seminoles.
After a back-and-forth half saw the Terps entering halftime with a 38-37 lead, Maryland outscored Florida State 26-12 through for the midway point of the second half. Maryland shot 52.1 percent from the floor and 50 percent from beyond the arc.
With a winning 7-6 record in the ACC, the Terps have two consecutive road games to help boost their NCAA Tournament resume, starting Sunday at North Carolina.