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Terps win in double OT

Greivis Vasquez had 41 points -- the most since Joe Smith scored 40 at Duke in 1995 -- and carried Maryland for most of its 104-100 double OT win over Virginia Tech in Blacksburg. But give credit to Maryland's other guards -- Eric Hayes and Sean Mosley -- for hitting some big free throws down the stretch and to the Maryland defense for not allowing Malcolm Delaney take over.

Nice scene at the end of the game, with Mosley (St. Frances) and old rival Delaney (Towson Catholic) hugging. After Delaney missed a couple of critical free throws with 39.5 seconds left in double OT, another Baltimore friend, Dino Gregory (Mount St. Joseph), gave his friend some words of encouragement. Class act.

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The win clinches at least second place for Maryland in ACC and the Terps will have a chance of at least sharing first if they beat Duke on Wednesday night at Comcast Center.

I'm going back to the locker room to get some quotes for tomorrow's story, but will get some up on the web as soon as I can.

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