After one half at the Comcast Center, the Maryland Terrapins lead Boston College 41-27. It was the Terrell Stoglin show in the first half, as the ACC's leading scorer went on a personal 14-0 run to bring Maryland back from an early deficit and build a double-digit cushion. Stoglin hit three three-pointers on three consecutive possessions after BC could not get out of its own way and turned it over on the other end. Just when it looked like BC might cut the lead back to single digits, Stoglin hit another three-pointer in the final minute of the half to push the lead back to 14 points. He finished the half with 19 points.
As a team, the Terps have hit eight of 13 attempts from behind the arc in what was one of their better offensive halves of the season. Alex Len added two points and grabbed five rebounds off the bench. Maryland will look to keep up the hot-shooting to get back on track in the conference.
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