Maryland (9-7, 2-4) at Virginia (7-9, 2-5)
Site: University Hall, Charlottesville, Va.
TV/Radio: ESPN2/WBAL (1090 AM)
Outlook: Two teams with similar problems will play to see who's in deeper trouble. Virginia has lost four straight -- all by 14 points or more. The Cavaliers haven't won two in a row since December, when they beat Richmond and VCU. In a 30-point loss to UConn on Sunday, guards Harold Deane and Curtis Staples were a combined 5-for-23 for 16 points. Just when Maryland appeared to resurface in the ACC picture, it lost at Duke. After out-rebounding eight of their first 10 opponents, the Terps have out-rebounded only one team in the past six games. They've also had 7.8 shots blocked per game over the past five.