The No. 10 Maryland women’s basketball team is slumping at the wrong time of the season.
The Terps (22-5, 11-3 Big Ten) were blown out, 93-74, at Minnesota (21-6, 10-4) on Sunday and have lost consecutive games, both against unranked teams, for the first time this season.
Just two games remain in the regular season, Thursday night at No. 23 Michigan and Sunday at home against Nebraska, and now Maryland finds itself tied with No. 16 Ohio State atop the conference standings after the Buckeyes beat Purdue, 73-60, on Sunday.
The Terps own the tiebreaker over Ohio State, having routed the Buckeyes, 99-69, on Jan. 22 in College Park.
Kaila Charles had 16 points, 14...