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Terps clinch second place in Big Ten, still have chance for first
Terps clinch second place in Big Ten, still have chance for first

Nearly five months after Maryland was picked to finish 10th in its inaugural season in the Big Ten Conference, even junior forward Jake Layman admitted he could not have expected things to go any better than they have for the now 10th-ranked Terps. “How could it not surprise you when everybody leaves and you have a whole new group of guys coming in, you really have no clue how a team’s going to be coming into a season," Layman said after Maryland clinched at least second place in the Big Ten with a 60-50 victory over last-place Rutgers Tuesday night. Layman, the only player who stayed among the four-man freshman class of 2012-13, said he had an inkling when a new...

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