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Maryland survived life without guard Pe'Shon Howard in November and December. Doing so again in the final month of the season won't be quite so simple.
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.
One of Maryland's main messages might finally be seeping through.
Terrell Stoglin scored 27 points as Maryland fended off Clemson 64-62 to solidify its grip on seventh place in the ACC and chalk up the team's first win on an opponent's home court in more than a year.
The screams emanated from Maryland's bench throughout Saturday afternoon, just as they have for most of the season.
One coach made it to the game when he wasn't expected to. Another didn't come close to reaching the finish.
The combination of two hours of a typical high-wire Maryland game and the weariness of battling a cold left Mark Turgeon's mind wandering in the aftermath of the Terrapins' 73-69 defeat of Virginia Tech.
The sounds of another Maryland loss were amplified more than usual Saturday, a function simply of playing a game in the grand basketball cathedral known as the Palestra.
Smart, but not smart enough. Better defensively, just not quite to the level necessary. The ability to keep things curious, but not quite to the finish.