More: Thoughts and takeaways from last night's thrilling game
The Maryland Terrapins trailed the Miami Hurricanes 34-23 at halftime as Terrell Stoglin went down with an injury and the Terps offense took a tumble. In the second half however, Stoglin came back onto the court and helped lead a furious comeback for the Terps, scoring 18 points in the second half. Maryland was able to tie the game at the end of regulation.
In overtime, the Terps and the Hurricanes battled back and fourth leading to another overtime period. In the second overtime, the Terps just couldn't sink their shots late and the Hurricanes were able to hold on for the 90-86 victory. Stoglin ended the game leading the Terps in scoring with 33 points while Alex Len added 11 points and 8 rebounds.
For the Hurricanes the scoring was more spread around. Durand Scott led the way scoring with 24 points, but Malcom Grant and Trey Jones each added 14 and 13 points respectively.
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