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Saturday 2/24/2018Line$ LineOU LineScore




MICHIGAN (23 - 7) at MARYLAND (19 - 11)
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MICHIGAN - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games23-7+918-1113-1673.934.647.1%33.063.528.743.8%31.9
Road Games8-6+19-58-673.637.446.7%32.569.130.646.8%31.3
Last 5 Games4-1+3.44-13-
Conference Games12-5+8.811-68-970.332.945.2%31.665.929.645.9%31.8
MICHIGAN Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)73.934.627-5747.1%9-2536.7%11-1665.6%3381515693
vs opponents surrendering71.933.726-5943.9%8-2235.2%12-1870.3%34914186133
Team Stats (Road Games)73.637.426-5746.7%8-2337.3%12-1770.0%3291417693
Stats Against (All Games)63.528.723-5343.8%6-1635.7%11-1670.5%32710174133
vs opponents averaging74.835.327-5945.3%8-2135.4%14-1971.3%36915176124
Stats Against (Road Games)69.130.624-5246.8%6-1636.4%14-1972.5%31712185124

MARYLAND - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games19-11-2.414-1010-1474.135.748.3%36.166.531.340.7%31.1
Home Games15-2+68-44-876.836.549.3%37.961.229.537.3%31.8
Last 5 Games3-2+13-22-368.232.851.2%29.463.231.241.9%30.6
Conference Games8-9+18-88-971.734.147.3%
MARYLAND Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)74.135.726-5348.3%7-1938.3%15-2075.3%36814164144
vs opponents surrendering69.932.725-5743.3%7-2135.0%13-1970.9%34913186133
Team Stats (Home Games)76.836.526-5449.3%8-2039.2%16-2275.0%38915144135
Stats Against (All Games)66.531.324-6040.7%8-2233.5%10-1473.3%31913187113
vs opponents averaging73.835.126-5944.8%8-2135.9%14-1971.3%35914186124
Stats Against (Home Games)61.229.523-6137.3%7-2230.0%9-1275.5%321011196123
Average power rating of opponents played: MICHIGAN 77.1,  MARYLAND 78.1
MICHIGAN - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
1/13/2018@ MICHIGAN ST82-72W9.5W136O24-5742.1%31721-4546.7%3218
1/18/2018@ NEBRASKA52-72L-5L135U21-5637.5%321226-4755.3%299
1/25/2018@ PURDUE88-92L11W136O35-5860.3%251131-5062.0%2110
2/6/2018@ NORTHWESTERN52-61L-1.5L128U17-4438.6%27920-5040.0%326
2/11/2018@ WISCONSIN83-72W-4W124.5O28-5056.0%33827-5549.1%238
2/18/2018OHIO ST74-62W-3.5W131O25-5248.1%30724-5841.4%4014
2/21/2018@ PENN ST72-63W4W134O23-5145.1%341225-5942.4%3310
2/24/2018@ MARYLAND              

MARYLAND - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
1/11/2018@ OHIO ST69-91L5L146.5O22-6036.7%35732-5756.1%339
1/15/2018@ MICHIGAN67-68L8W137U25-5248.1%361225-6141.0%306
1/22/2018@ INDIANA68-71L2L141.5U23-5641.1%391828-5650.0%2812
1/28/2018MICHIGAN ST68-74L6T146.5U24-5642.9%29825-6339.7%4610
1/31/2018@ PURDUE67-75L14W144.5U24-5345.3%331426-5844.8%324
2/7/2018@ PENN ST70-74L4.5W140.5O25-4654.3%231427-5251.9%2710
2/13/2018@ NEBRASKA66-70L2.5L143U28-5848.3%31925-5545.5%3510
2/19/2018@ NORTHWESTERN71-64W2W131.5O24-4751.1%311321-5042.0%2514
MICHIGAN: Last season: 26-12, won Big Ten Tournament and reached NCAA Sweet 16.
Who's gone: G Derrick Walton, F D.J. Wilson, G-F Zak Irvin, F Mark Donnal.
Who's back: F Moe Wagner. After considering jump to NBA, Wagner is back at Michigan as team's top returning player; G Muhammad-Ali Abdur-Rahkman. Enters senior season with plenty of experience after starting 37 games in 2016-17; G-F Duncan Robinson. Shot 44 percent from 3-point range in first two seasons at Michigan. G Zavier Simpson. Averaged 8.7 minutes a game as freshman last season, backing up Walton.
Who's new: G Jaaron Simmons. Graduate transfer from Ohio averaged 17.2 points last season for one of top teams in Mid-American Conference; G Charles Matthews. Kentucky transfer now eligible after sitting out last season, could give Michigan some athleticism on wing. G Eli Brooks. Averaged 29.7 points as high school senior in 2016-17.
The Skinny: Michigan has a lot to replace, but Simmons and Matthews already have Division I experience, so the transition may not be too bumpy for Beilein's team. Losing Wilson to the NBA was a blow, but Wagner's return means the Wolverines are still a team to watch in the Big Ten. Their early schedule is an intriguing one with trips to North Carolina and Texas and a home game against UCLA.
MARYLAND: Last season: 24-9, lost to Xavier in first round of NCAA Tournament.
Who's gone: G Melo Trimble, C Damonte Dodd, F L.G. Gill.
Who's back: F Justin Jackson. The sophomore was second in scoring behind Trimble with 10.5 points a game and averaged a team-high 6.0 rebounds. Also led team with .438 shooting percentage from 3-point range; G Kevin Huerter. The sophomore started all 33 games, averaging 9.3 points and 4.9 rebounds a game. Led Terrapins with 19 points against Xavier in NCAA Tournament; C Michal Cekovsky. The 7-foot-1 Slovakian appeared in 17 games as a junior, earning starts in four before fractured ankle in mid-February sidelined him for remainder of season; G Anthony Cowan. Sophomore was third on team in scoring at 10.3 points a game, led Maryland in assists and was third in minutes played. Started all 33 games as a freshman; F Ivan Bender. The 6-9 junior played in 32 games, including five starts. Shot 66 percent from floor.
Who's new: F Bruno Fernando. The 6-10, four-star recruit played for Angola at the 2014 U-17 FIBA World Championships and averaged 9.1 points and 10.6 rebounds; F Sean Obi. Played as freshman at Rice, and sophomore and junior at Duke. Appeared in 10 games for Blue Devils in 2015-16 before an injury ended his season; G Darryl Morsell. First Baltimore high school player to sign with Maryland since Turgeon took over in 2011 is a stopper on defensive end of court.
The Skinny: The Terrapins look to continue their recent run of success without Trimble, who left for the NBA draft after his junior season. If Huerter, Cowan and Jackson can score and provide leadership, this young team can develop quickly, be a contender in the Big Ten and extend its run of NCAA Tournament appearances to four.
No. 17 Michigan surges into Maryland meeting

Michigan is playing great basketball at the right time, while Maryland is hoping it hasn't run out of time.

That's the backdrop for an intriguing matchup Saturday between the No. 17 Wolverines and host Terrapins as the Big Ten Conference heads into the final weekend of its hurried-along regular season.

Why the rush? Well, the Big Ten plants its big footprint in the Big Apple next week, playing their conference tournament in Madison Square Garden. And to do so, the league had to wrap up a week earlier than usual.

As usual, though, the Wolverines (23-7, 12-5 Big Ten) are rolling into the postseason with four straight wins and assured of no worse than a No. 5 seed at the showcase event. If things break right -- a win at Maryland and a Penn State victory over Nebraska Sunday -- Michigan can move to fourth and get a double-bye in the massive conference bracket.

Wolverines coach John Beilein said he thinks his team has arrived.

"The expectation is we're going to keep getting better,'' Beilein said. "That's our rule of thumb -- we are getting better. I think as a coaching staff we're learning who these guys are, and we've got a couple of guys that are really shot-makers and take a lot of pride in their defense."

The Wolverines escaped their Jan. 15 home date with Maryland in a 68-67 thriller. They overcame a 10-point halftime deficit and prevailed on two Muhammad-Ali Abdur-Rahkman free throws with 1.2 seconds left.

The Terrapins (19-11, 8-9) aren't ready for a 2017-18 departure as they have all sorts of incentive on Senior Day in College Park.

Maryland is trying to salvage a season ravaged by injuries, including the loss of preseason all-conference pick Justin Jackson and starting center Ivan Bender.

The Terrapins have won two in a row for the first time since early January, can finish with three straight victories, a .500 league record, claim a 20th win and get someone -- please, anyone -- to start talking about them as a bubble team.

"You can see guys believe in each other and we just continue to get better," said Maryland coach Mark Turgeon, hoping to get his team to a fourth straight NCAA Tournament. "We're playing with more confidence. We're playing a really good Michigan team, but I think 9-9 gives you a chance to still think positive thoughts."

The Terrapins have struggled on the road, but are 15-2 at home in Xfinity Center with the losses to Big Ten heavyweights Michigan State and Purdue.

Michigan is 5-5 on the road, including Wednesday's 72-63 victory at Penn State. Another quality road win could have bigger implications for a fast-finishing team and a cushier bracket landing spot in the NCAA Tournament.

"We didn't get a lot of wins last year on the road, and we've improved in that regard a lot," said the Wolverine's Moritz Wagner, who had 18 points and 11 rebounds in the first meeting. "We're not afraid of anybody."

Wagner leads the team in scoring (14.6 points per game) and rebounding (7.3).

Maryland's Anthony Cowan averages team highs of 15.7 points and 5.1 assists while contributing 4.4 rebounds and 1.6 steals.

Last Updated: 12/15/2018 10:27:32 PM EST

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