When Robert Carter Jr. left the game with a few minutes remaining in Saturday’s 80-63 victory over Cleveland State at Xfinity Center, the junior forward seemed a bit frustrated.
It wasn’t necessarily how he played, since the transfer from Georgia Tech finished with team-highs of 17 points and eight rebounds.
Carter was a bit miffed about how lackadaisical the No. 2 Terps appeared until early in the second half, when they erased a couple of earlier one-point deficits during an 8-0 run to start the half.
“We could have played a little better, we just have to continue to work hard,” Carter said after the game. "Just being a captain of...