Huerter’s fourth personal with 10:22 left in the game came on what Turgeon called a “silly” foul by the 6-foot-7 shooting guard, whose eventual return with 7:03 left helped spark Maryland's ill-fated comeback.
The fifth, which resulted in Huerter's second career disqualification, didn’t matter since it came after the Terps failed to retrieve his purposely missed free throw in the closing seconds.
While losing Cowan to foul trouble would be problematic for a team with depth problems at point guard, losing its best all-around player is still tough.
It also didn’t help that Morsell (Mount Saint Joseph) spent a good chunk of the second half in foul trouble as well after getting his fourth personal with over seven minutes left.
Without Huerter able to even guard anyone at times — he literally played a one-man zone while everyone else was playing man-to-man — Palmer went off.