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Allen added 16 points for the Terrapins, and Layman and Faust had 10 each.

Maryland now heads into a four-game stretch that may very well determine its NCAA Tournament fate. The Terrapins play at North Carolina on Tuesday, and then play Florida State at home, at Virginia and at Duke.

“There’s no question the next four games are the toughest on our schedule,” Turgeon said. “Not that the last part is going to be easy, but I feel about our team. I just want our team to look like they play together and that they want to play the game and that they’re coached. That’s important to me, and I think we’re starting to play that way.”