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MARYLAND (7 - 1) at PURDUE (5 - 3)
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Thursday, 12/6/2018 7:00 PM
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MARYLAND - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games7-1+23-53-580.739.650.4%42.266.431.439.7%27.9
Road Games1-001-00-
Last 5 Games4-1+11-43-285.842.054.3%42.869.633.640.2%25.8
Conference Games1-0+11-00-
MARYLAND Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)80.739.629-5850.4%6-2031.9%15-2269.1%421215166144
vs opponents surrendering71.633.826-5844.5%7-2133.0%13-1869.8%361013187143
Team Stats (Road Games)78.033.025-5942.4%5-2321.7%23-2785.2%401112188104
Stats Against (All Games)66.431.424-6139.7%7-2430.3%11-1573.5%28812208113
vs opponents averaging72.835.326-5844.3%8-2335.1%13-1970.4%34913187133
Stats Against (Road Games)57.025.019-5236.5%7-2035.0%12-2060.0%33815206173

PURDUE - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games5-3-1.25-33-580.139.146.0%37.768.034.143.3%29.2
Home Games3-0+12-11-286.043.347.3%41.059.330.338.6%27.0
Last 5 Games3-2-1.24-12-382.039.847.2%37.867.232.243.0%28.8
Conference Games0-1-10-10-
PURDUE Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)80.139.128-6246.0%12-3038.6%12-1674.0%381215175133
vs opponents surrendering68.732.524-5742.5%7-2233.2%13-1970.8%34912195153
Team Stats (Home Games)86.043.329-6247.3%11-3037.1%16-2179.0%411417186126
Stats Against (All Games)68.034.124-5543.3%9-2536.4%11-1672.4%29711175142
vs opponents averaging77.436.927-5846.8%9-2438.0%14-1971.0%35914186133
Stats Against (Home Games)59.330.321-5538.6%8-2037.7%9-1371.1%2798205161
Average power rating of opponents played: MARYLAND 75.9,  PURDUE 79.6
MARYLAND - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
11/9/2018@ NAVY78-57W-14W136U25-5942.4%401019-5236.5%3317
11/12/2018N CAROLINA A&T82-59W-28L145.5U31-6647.0%451224-6139.3%3012
11/18/2018MOUNT ST MARYS92-77W-25.5L141O38-6162.3%401824-6040.0%2213
12/1/2018PENN ST66-59W-6.5W142U22-4548.9%401725-6339.7%288
12/6/2018@ PURDUE              
12/22/2018SETON HALL              

PURDUE - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
11/10/2018BALL ST84-75W-13L147O30-6943.5%401125-5248.1%2918
11/15/2018*APPALACHIAN ST92-70W-13.5W153O36-6654.5%361223-5641.1%3215
11/18/2018*VIRGINIA TECH83-89L-1L149.5O31-6150.8%331330-5554.5%2810
11/23/2018ROBERT MORRIS84-46W-24.5W143U26-5844.8%431317-5431.5%2717
11/28/2018@ FLORIDA ST72-73L3.5W147.5U22-5143.1%322024-5543.6%2917
12/1/2018@ MICHIGAN57-76L6.5L139U22-6235.5%33926-5547.3%3611
12/9/2018@ TEXAS              
12/15/2018*NOTRE DAME              
12/20/2018OHIO U              
MARYLAND: Last season: 19-13, missed NCAA Tournament first time in four years.
Nickname: Terrapins.
Coach: Mark Turgeon.
Conference: Big Ten.
Who's gone: Forward Kevin Huerter (NBA), forward Justin Jackson (NBA), center Michal Cekovsky.
Who's back: Sophomore Bruno Fernando, a 6-foot-10 center, averaged 10.3 and 6.5 rebounds to land on the Big Ten All-Freshman team. Junior guard Anthony Cowan Jr., a two-year starter, will run the offense and was the team's leading scorer last season with 15.8 ppg. Guard Darryl Morsell started 21 games last year, averaging 8.7 points and a team-high 1.8 offensive rebounds. Forward Ivan Bender played in 15 games before a season-ending knee injury on Dec. 29.
Who's new: Freshman center Jalen Smith should be an immediate contributor. Averaged 17.9 points, nine rebounds and three blocks for Mt. Saint Joseph High in Baltimore. ... Guard Serrel Smith Jr. averaged 29.3 points and five rebounds as a senior at St. Petersburg High in Florida. ... Freshmen Trace Ramsey (6-7) and Ricky Lindo Jr. (6-8) provide height off the bench.
The Skinny: Fielding the youngest squad since he arrived at Maryland in 2011, Turgeon expects a return trip to the NCAA Tournament despite having only one scholarship senior (Bender). Jalen Smith and Fernando gives the Terrapins a formidable front court, and Cowan will have plenty of passing options when he's not taking the shot himself from the outside.
Expectations: Las Vegas oddsmakers have Maryland a 120-1 longshot to win the NCAA Tournament, same as Wisconsin from the Big Ten but far behind conference co-favorites Michigan and Michigan State at 35-1.
PURDUE: Last season: 30-7, lost to Texas Tech in regional semifinals of the NCAA Tournament.
Nickname: Boilermakers
Coach: Matt Painter
Conference: Big Ten
Who's gone: Forward Vince Edwards, center Isaac Haas, guard Dakota Mathias, guard P.J. Thompson.
Who's back: Guard Carsen Edwards (18.5 points per game) was the leading scorer on a senior-dominated team and became the lead vote-getter on the preseason All-American team after withdrawing from the NBA draft. Guard Nojel Eastern (2.9 points, 2.5 rebounds) showed steady improvement as a freshman and will try to fill the void left by Vince Edwards. Energetic forward Matt Haarms played dominant defense last season (3.2 rebounds, 2.1 blocks in 17.1 minutes) and has spent the summer refining his offensive moves. Guard Ryan Cline (4.0 ppg) has primarily been used as a 3-point specialist off the bench but should play a bigger role in his final college season.
Who's new: Freshman Eric Hunter Jr. and redshirt freshman Aaron Wheeler are expected to make the biggest impact. Hunter, a 6-foot-3 guard, scored nearly 2,600 points in high school, finished his career as the career scoring leader in Marion County (Indianapolis) and should help add the scoring punch Purdue needs. Wheeler is not the Boilermakers prototypical 6-9 forward. Long and slender, he uses length to his advantage and is more athletic than some of his predecessors.
The Skinny: It won't be the same without the four seniors, but the Boilermakers still have scorers, size, depth and defenders. Painter is too good of a coach to accept a significant drop-off, even after losing so many key players. And with Edwards, perhaps the best player in the Big Ten, leading the way, steady improvement could keep Purdue in the Big Ten title mix again.
Expectations: Las Vegas doesn't expect the Boilermakers to be the same. But they're not completely off the bandwagon, either. They've installed Purdue as a 60-1 shot to win the national title, fourth among conference teams behind only the two Michigan schools and rival Indiana.
Purdue looks to take down No. 23 Maryland

WEST LAFAYATTE, Ind. -- After falling out of the Top 25 for the first time since Nov. 27, 2017, Purdue returns home to face No. 23 Maryland on Thursday hoping to avoid its third straight loss.

Purdue appeared in the previous 19 polls, the seventh longest streak in the country, but suffered back-to-back losses to No. 15 Florida State and No. 7 Michigan to fall out of the rankings.

The Boilermakers fell 73-72 to the Seminoles last Wednesday in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge, surrendering an eight-point lead with 3:41 remaining before suffering a 19-point blowout to the Wolverines at Michigan on Saturday in their conference opener.

Maryland had its six-game win streak snapped in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge, losing 76-71 to No. 4 Virginia last Wednesday, but bounced back by defeating Penn State 66-59 in its conference opener on Saturday.

The Terrapins are shooting 60.1 percent from inside the 3-point line, which ranks seventh nationally, but have struggled with turnovers, averaging 17 in their last four outings. Maryland has also struggled from distance, shooting just 31.9 percent from 3-point range in its first eight games.

"It's a huge concern," Maryland coach Mark Turgeon said of the turnovers. "We can't have 17 or 18 turnovers and expect to win. We continue to talk about it and we continue to work on things ... It's a major concern, but it's early. We have a young team, and I'd like to think we're going to get better with that as the season goes on."

Despite the play of Big Ten Preseason Player of the year Carsen Edwards, who is averaging 24.4 points and four assists per game, Purdue has dropped three of its last four and is now 0-3 against ranked opponents this season.

Given Edwards' hot start to the season -- he became the first Purdue player in 52 years to score at least 23 points in each of his first five games -- he has been the focal point of opponents' defensive game plans, often double-teamed in the half-court and pressed in the full court.

Purdue coach Matt Painter addressed Edwards' play under heavy defensive pressure after Saturday's loss to Michigan in which he committed five turnovers and made a season-low one 3-pointer.

"We need him to reverse the ball," Painter said. "We need him to get the ball to the other side. When people take things away, you have to probe the defense more, and that's something we've emphasized with him. ...

"At times, when it doesn't go his way, he gets too aggressive, and then he makes it worse. He needs to make better decisions. He needs to take better shots and make better decisions."

When Edwards has been able to find an open man, it has often been senior Ryan Cline, who leads Purdue in made 3-pointers with 31 and is shooting a team-best 45.6 percent from distance while averaging 15.3 points per game.

Edwards and Cline average a combined 39.6 points per game, making them the third-highest scoring duo in college basketball behind Duke's RJ Barrett and Zion Williamson (43.9), and Gonzaga's Rui Hachimura and Zach Norvell Jr. (40.5).

Thursday's game will showcase two different offenses.

Purdue has been a very perimeter-oriented team, with nearly half of its shots from the field coming from 3-point range. The Boilermakers have made a school record 93 3-pointers in their first eight games, the most among Power Five teams.

Though Maryland has struggled from 3-point range, the frontcourt has been its strength, headlined by forwards Bruno Fernando, who averages 15.4 points and 10 rebounds per game as well as 2.3 blocks per game, and 6-foot-10 freshman Jalen Smith, who averages 12.6 points and 7.3 rebounds per game.

Purdue has won four straight against Maryland, leading the series 4-2. Since 2014, the Boilermakers own a Big Ten-best 32-4 home record in the conference play.

Last Updated: 5/22/2019 9:06:41 AM EST

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