Maryland vs Clemson

Maryland 64, Clemson 62

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CLEMSON, S.C. (AP) - Terrell Stoglin scored 27 points and helped Maryland hold off a late Clemson rally in a 64-62 victory on Tuesday night.

The Terrapins (14-9, 4-5 Atlantic Coast Conference) looked like they were in control, ahead 53-39 with 7:55 to go. That's when the Tigers (11-12, 3-6) went on a 19-6 run to cut the lead to a point on Devin Booker's two foul shots.

But Alex Len made a bucket and Stoglin followed with two foul shots to put Maryland out front 63-59.

Clemson was down 64-62 with 1.7 seconds left, but Andre Young's desperation halfcourt heave bounced off the rim and the Terps broke their two-game losing streak with their first ACC road win this season.

Young led the Tigers with 15 points and made four 3-pointers.

Stoglin, the ACC's leading scorer, ended 9 of 11 shooting with four 3-pointers. It was the eighth time in nine league games Stoglin's scored 20 or more points.

Sean Mosley added 16 points.

Young had the opportunity to tie the game with Clemson trailing 61-58, but made only 1 of 3 free throws after getting fouled behind the arc.

The Tigers were still in it when Milton Jennings hit his third 3-pointer of the second half with 2.8 seconds to go to make it 63-62. Mosley, though, made a foul shot and Young's long-range attempt was off the mark.

Booker and Jennings had 14 points apiece.

Clemson trailed Virginia Tech by 14 points in the final four minutes before rallying in a 67-65 loss this past Saturday. The Tigers have lost three in a row.

Maryland and Clemson were each looking to move up in the ACC after going 3-5 halfway through the league season.

The Tigers expected a boost when Jennings, the 6-foot-9 starting forward, returned after missing the past two defeats because of academic suspension. Little, though, - not even coach Brad Brownell bobblehead night - seemed to help Clemson's shooting touch in the first half of this one.

The Tigers were a dreadful 6 of 23 shooting at one point and needed to make four of their final eight shots simply to get above 30 percent. Clemson missed all seven of its 3-point attempts and Young, their leading scorer, was 1 of 5 for 2 points in the first 20 minutes.

Plus, Clemson had no answer for Stoglin, the ACC's leading scorer at 21.7 points a game. Maryland's sophomore guard freely drove the lane for baskets and showed his range with an on-target floater for a 3 as the shot clock was winding down.

That 3-pointer with 4:58 left in the half broke an 18-all tie. Stoglin followed with a midcourt steal and breakaway layup. Mosley added a 3-pointer and the Terps took a 26-22 lead into the break.

Clemson struggled to score in every way. The team was just 2 of 6 on free throws, including twice missing attempts to complete three-point plays.

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Maryland (14-9) «263864
Clemson (11-12)224062

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Maryland Terrapins
A. Pankey, F263-80-28126
J. Padgett, F223-72-25228
S. Mosley, G345-93-406316
T. Stoglin, G339-115-641227
P. Howard, G321-50-23223
N. Faust251-30-05102
B. Weijs120-20-03000
A. Len111-20-13142
M. Parker50-00-01020
Totals 23-4710-1736141764
 48.9%58.8% 
Clemson Tigers
D. Booker, F304-156-9121214
B. Narcisse, F151-30-01052
C. Baciu, C163-60-02016
T. Smith, G352-91-25535
A. Young, G355-131-344015
M. Jennings265-81-262414
K. McDaniels141-40-02012
R. Hall110-02-21012
D. Coleman70-20-00000
T. Sapp70-20-01000
B. Sullivan41-10-10012
Totals 22-6311-1937121862
 34.9%57.9% 
Big Ten
TeamConf. W-LTot. W-LRPI Rank
Michigan St.2-010-12
Purdue2-011-222
Ohio St.2-09-342
Maryland1-110-369
Michigan1-110-320
Minnesota1-19-348
Penn St.1-18-3129
Northwestern1-18-4127
Nebraska1-17-551
Indiana1-16-5173
Wisconsin1-15-798
Rutgers0-210-3150
Illinois0-28-5191
Iowa0-26-6237

ACC
TeamConf. W-LTot. W-LRPI Rank
Boston College1-08-381
Miami (Fla.)0-09-046
Clemson0-09-137
Florida St.0-09-131
N. Carolina0-09-16
Syracuse0-09-121
Virginia0-09-118
Va. Tech0-09-2101
Louisville0-08-2114
NC State0-08-383
Notre Dame0-08-355
Wake Forest0-06-4165
Pittsburgh0-06-5166
Georgia Tech0-04-4217
Duke0-111-11
 
Other games
Florida 58 Final
Kentucky 78
CREI 57 Final
EVAN 65
Purdue 84 Final
Ohio St 87