Stone had 16 points, 10 rebounds and a season-high eight blocks, and No. 4 Maryland held off Nebraska 70-65 on Wednesday night.
Malcolm Brogdon scored 27 points and No. 9 Virginia stretched its winning streak to five games with a 61-47 victory over Boston College on Wednesday night, keeping the Eagles winless in ACC play.
New coach D.J. Durkin said in December that he was going to recruit Maryland heavily, and he did that on Wednesday, with eight from the state committing to join the Terrapins beginning next season.
Melo Trimble scored 20 points and Jake Layman had a double-double as Maryland held off a late charge by Ohio State to win, 66-61, on the road on Sunday afternoon.
Edsall, who was fired in October in the middle of his fifth season coaching Maryland, will assist the Lions with their gameday preparation and their personnel acquisition.
Dunn and Bentil each scored 26 points for Providence, which won, 73-69, despite watching its lead shrink to three points twice in the final minute on Saturday night.
Malcolm Brogdon and Anthony Gill each scored 13 points and Virginia held Louisville to season lows in shooting and scoring in a 63-47 road victory on Saturday.
Carter Jr. and Sulaimon each scored 17 points, and No. 8 Maryland used a late charge to beat No. 3 Iowa 74-68 on Thursday night, ending the Hawkeyes’ nine-game winning streak.
Maryland lost on Saturday to Michigan State, which again exposed its weakness on the boards and a need for the frontcourt to focus on securing defensive rebounds.
No. 11 Virginia made four 3-pointers in the final minute, including one by Thompson as time expired, to rally to beat Wake Forest, 72-71, on Tuesday night.
Smith-Rivera scored 19 points, including two free throws with 6.2 seconds left, to help Georgetown defeat Creighton, 74-73, on Tuesday night.
The teams, which have new coaches, will each open their schedules on Sept. 3 at home. Virginia and Bronco Mendenhall will host Richmond, while Justin Fuente and Virginia Tech will welcome Liberty.