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Topic - Seth Allen
Seth Allen had 20 points to lead Maryland (15-14, 7-9). Allen's final basket gave the Terrapins a 71-70 lead with 1:27 to go.
Clemson's Damarcus Harrison knew coming in he'd have to make an important shot. He just didn't think he'd have to wait nearly 49 minutes to do it.
Up by 12 points with just under 6 minutes left, No. 4 Syracuse appeared poised to secure an unusually easy victory.
No. 4 Syracuse blew most of a 12-point lead in the last 8 minutes and used one final defensive stop to squeeze past Maryland 57-55 on Monday night and end a two-game losing streak.
The sellout crowd roared in anticipation as Nick Faust drove to the basket, poised to give Maryland the lead in the closing seconds against No. 4 Syracuse.
Joe Harris hasn't had to score as much this season for No. 17 Virginia as he did a year ago. When the Cavaliers had their hands full with Maryland on Monday night, though, Harris showed he can still carry the day.
Three victories in four games had Maryland feeling better about things than it did during a stretch of four losses in five games, and Dez Wells wasn't going to let a 61-53 loss at No. 17 Virginia ruin it.
Seth Allen had a game unlike any other in his college career. For Maryland, perhaps the best part about his incredible shooting performance was that the sophomore guard still has room for improvement.
Seth Allen had a game unlike any other in his college career.
Seth Allen had two assists vs. FSU. This was the more emphatically punctuated of the two, an alley-oop to Dez Wells. Video here.
Dez Wells took over PG duties while Seth Allen took a breather vs. Florida State. He then threw this big lob to Nick Faust for the dunk.
A basketball theologian (of sorts) once told Seth Allen he would have a day like this. And he ended up with a career-high 32 points in a Maryland win.
Seth Allen played at a "high level" Saturday as the Terps beat the Florida State Seminoles, avenging a blowout loss Maryland suffered earlier in the season.
Coming off the bench for just the second time since transferring to Maryland in 2012, Dez Wells scored 19 points to lead the Terrapins to an 80-60 victory over Virginia Tech on Saturday.
Maryland guard Dez Wells and three of his teammates were late for his team's breakfast shortly before the Terrapins game against Virginia Tech, and Maryland coach Mark Turgeon decided not to start Wells.
"I think late we got stops," Allen said, "and you know the crowd got us into it, it kept us going."
"I was just making shots today," he said. "My teammates were getting me open in transition and I was just hitting 3s. It felt real good, and the win felt even better."