Maryland struggled early with Michigan’s length on defense, committing six turnovers in the first half. But unlike the first meeting between the teams, Maryland was not dominated down low in Ann Arbor, outscored by just six points in the paint. The Terps were able to get into the lane and often made tough shots over the Wolverines’ bigs. After attempting just six free throws — tied for the fewest in a game in the Turgeon era — in the first meeting, Maryland attempted 30 on Tuesday but missed 13. Two misses came on the front ends of one-and-one opportunities within the final minute of the first half and Michigan capitalized off the misses, pushing its lead to 17 at halftime.