The Washington Times - December 27, 2008, 02:45PM

Gotta say this is about right for a typical sluggish, post-Christmas game.

Maryland jumped out quick, went to sleep for a few minutes, they put together a strong burst late in the half to pretty much decide things for good.

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Greivis Vasquez had 14 points, with three late 3-pointers as Maryland opened things up. There’s not much to analyze here; the Terps are going to walk away with a result to pad their win total, and do so in a fashion that is the antithesis of harrowing.

All 10 of Maryland’s healthy scholarship players made it in during the first half. It’s a good bet we’ll see plenty of Cliff Tucker, Jin Soo Kim and Braxton Dupree after the break.

Patrick Stevens