The Washington Times - January 28, 2009, 05:03PM

Maryland has lost 22 games over the last two seasons.

Stunningly, the Terrapins have squandered double-digit leads in xx of those games.

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There will be time to draw some parallels between those games in the next few days, but here’s a look at Maryland’s largest leads at their latest in each of those losses:

2008-09

at Miami: 17(52-35, 12:32 left in second half)

Boston College: 16 (38-22, 3:13 in first half)

Morgan State: 14 (54-40, 12:34 left in second half)

at Florida State: 6 (25-19, 5:41 in first half)

at Duke: 1 (3-2, 19:29 in first half)

vs. Gonzaga: Never led
vs. Georgetown: Never led

2007-08

Clemson: 20 (59-39, 11:21 left in second half)

vs. Boston College: 15 (22-7, 10:33 in first half; also led 39-31 with 15:35 left)

Virginia Tech: 14 (28-14, 9:17 in first half; also 43-32 with 13:53 left)

Duke: 9 (51-42 at halftime)

at Syracuse: 8 (18-10, 12:15 in first half)

Boston College: 6 (43-37, 12:03 in second half)
American: 6 (8-2, 16:30 in first half)
at Virginia Tech: 6 (35-29, 19:18 in second half; also 66-61 with 1:46 left)

at Virginia: 5 (8-3, 17:57 in first half; also led 37-36 at halftime)

vs. George Washington: 4 (13-9, 11:47 in first half)

vs. Missouri: 2 (4-2, 18:57 in first half)
at Duke: 2 (2-0, 19:47 in first half)

at Miami: 1 (6-5, 16:14 in first half)

vs. UCLA: Never led
Ohio: Never led

Patrick Stevens