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For a Maryland team desperately in need of a signature win to boost its NCAA tournament resume, the timing was opportune for Mark Turgeon to spark Len's most complete performance of conference play.
Freshman guard Seth Allen overcame eight turnovers to finish with 16 points, including the winning free throws with two seconds remaining, and Maryland upset No. 2 Duke 83-81 on Saturday.
Duke is used to being on the right side of a blowout— not the losing end — and thanks to Rasheed Sulaimon, the Blue Devils got back to that familiar role.
Larry Brown has returned to college coaching.
Duke and Miami went from playing for the Atlantic Coast Conference regular-season championship a week ago to making surprise early exits from the league tournament.
Austin Rivers scored 23 points, Seth Curry added 19 and No. 5 Duke held off Virginia Tech 70-65 in overtime Saturday.
Virginia Tech basketball fans have grown accustomed lately to watching their team's games come down to the wire. Recent history dictates that won't be the case Saturday.
A feeble two hours of defensive rebounding ensured Maryland lost in its latest trip to Cameron Indoor Stadium. It won't be what is most remembered about Saturday's 73-55 defeat against No. 10 Duke.
Maryland certainly knows what it takes to beat Duke at Cameron Indoor Stadium.