The eight days of darkness ended for the No. 6 Maryland men’s basketball team Sunday at Xfinity Center. The Terps still can’t quite see the light at the end of this Big Ten Conference tunnel, but at least there seems to be a flicker.
Despite blowing a 16-point first-half lead, and an inability to stop Michigan forward Mark Donnal in the second half, Maryland took advantage of foul trouble on Donnal to beat the Wolverines, 86-82.
After back-to-back losses at last-place Minnesota on Thursday and Wisconsin on Feb. 13, a victory stopped the first two-game losing streak for the Terps in nearly two years.
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