Maryland's Seth Allen set to return Sunday against Tulsa
Allen is expected to make his season debut for the Terps after missing the first 12 games with a foot injury.
Maryland guard Seth Allen will see his first action of the season on Sunday night against Tulsa, Terps coach Mark Turgeon said on Sunday morning.
Allen has missed the season's first 12 games with a foot injury.
"He will hopefully play 10 to 15 minutes for us today," Turgeon said. "He's only practiced for two days."
Allen's return finally gives Maryland the pure point guard they've desperately needed. The Terps have struggled to run their offense and are 7-5 after the season's first dozen games.
Allen averaged 7.8 points per game last season as a freshman.
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