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Topic - De'Onte Arnett
The Terrapins were off to their best start since 2001 and ranked for the first time in three seasons before being jolted back to reality with a 63-0 loss to Florida State last Saturday.
The Seminoles own a lopsided 21-2 advantage in the series between the teams, including 11-0 at home.
"Guys were a little bit drinking the Kool-Aid, hearing all the rankings and things like that," Arnett said. "You kind of lose focus."
"I wouldn't say we took a step back, but I would definitely say it was an awakening experience," senior guard De'Onte Arnett said Tuesday. "A lot of times you can really get caught up in the rankings and things like that. It was definitely a wake-up call."