COLLEGE PARK -- Starting with a season-opening one-point defeat to Connecticut, Maryland coach Mark Turgeon kept saying how much a difference Seth Allen would have made.
Allen’s return to the lineup Sunday night after sitting out two months with a broken foot showed just how much the struggling Terps missed their sophomore point guard.
Allen, who began practicing Friday after being cleared by doctors, came off the bench to lead the Terps to a much-needed 85-74 victory over Tulsa before an announced 10,251 at Comcast Center.
Allen finished with 15 points in 21 minutes. Junior guard Dez Wells led Maryland (8-5) with 18 points and 10 rebounds. Tulsa's James...