"I think on offense, with guys not taking shots, I think every time down the court we tried to take the best shot possible," said Huerter, whose seven 3-pointers were the most ever by a Maryland freshman. "We give credit to them. They made a run, we didn't get stops, they got a lot of offensive rebounds, a lot of balls didn't seem to tip our way. They came back and they did what we've been doing to a lot of teams this year. They did it in on us."