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ACC Standings

TEAM CONF OVERALL

North Carolina State 3-0 14-2

Miami (FL) 3-0 12-3

Duke 2-1 15-1

Florida State 2-1 10-6

Clemson 2-2 10-6

Wake Forest 2-2 9-7

Maryland 1-2 13-3

Virginia 1-2 11-5

North Carolina 1-2 11-5

Virginia Tech 1-2 10-6

Boston College 1-2 9-7

Georgia Tech 0-3 10-5

2012-13 North Carolina State Wolfpack Schedule

Fri, Nov 9 vs Miami (OH) W 97-59 1-0 (0-0)

Thu, Nov 15 vs Penn State W 72-55 2-0 (0-0)

Fri, Nov 16 vs Massachusetts W 94-76 3-0 (0-0)

Sun, Nov 18 vs Oklahoma State L 76-56 3-1 (0-0)

Fri, Nov 23 vs UNC-Asheville W 82-80 4-1 (0-0)

Tue, Nov 27 @ #3 Michigan L 79-72 4-2 (0-0)

Tue, Dec 4 vs Connecticut W 69-65 5-2 (0-0)

Sat, Dec 8 vs Cleveland State W 80-63 6-2 (0-0)

Sat, Dec 15 vs Norfolk State W 84-62 7-2 (0-0)

Tue, Dec 18 vs Stanford W 88-79 8-2 (0-0)

Sat, Dec 22 vs St. Bonaventure W 92-73 9-2 (0-0)

Sat, Dec 29 vs Western Michigan W 84-68 10-2 (0-0)

Mon, Dec 31 vs UNC Greensboro W 89-68 11-2 (0-0)

Sat, Jan 5 @ Boston College W 78-73 12-2 (1-0)

Wed, Jan 9 vs Georgia Tech W 83-70 13-2 (2-0)

Sat, Jan 12 vs #1 Duke W 84-76 14-2 (3-0)

2012-13 Maryland Terrapins Schedule

Fri, Nov 9 vs #3 Kentucky L 72-69 0-1 (0-0)

Mon, Nov 12 vs Morehead State W 67-45 1-1 (0-0)

Fri, Nov 16 vs LIU Brooklyn W 91-74 2-1 (0-0)

Tue, Nov 20 vs Lafayette W 83-74 3-1 (0-0)

Sat, Nov 24 vs Georgia Southern W 70-53 4-1 (0-0)

Tue, Nov 27 @ Northwestern W 77-57 5-1 (0-0)

Sun, Dec 2 vs George Mason W 69-62 6-1 (0-0)

Wed, Dec 5 vs Maryland-Eastern Shore W 100-68 7-1 (0-0)

Sat, Dec 8 vs South Carolina State W 61-46 8-1 (0-0)

Wed, Dec 12 vs Monmouth W 71-38 9-1 (0-0)

Fri, Dec 21 vs Stony Brook W 76-69 10-1 (0-0)

Sat, Dec 29 vs Delaware State W 79-50 11-1 (0-0)

Tue, Jan 1 vs IUPUI W 81-63 12-1 (0-0)

Sat, Jan 5 vs Virginia Tech W 94-71 13-1 (1-0)

Wed, Jan 9 vs Florida State L 65-62 13-2 (1-1)

Sun, Jan 13 @ Miami (FL) L 54-47 13-3 (1-2)

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The Terps need this one at home. A win should help with their confidence.

Here's a look at the Terps next five games:

Wed, Jan 16 vs #14 North Carolina State 7:00 PM ET

Sat, Jan 19 @ North Carolina 12:00 PM ET

Tue, Jan 22 vs Boston College 9:00 PM ET

Sat, Jan 26 @ #3 Duke 1:00 PM ET CBS

Wed, Jan 30 @ Florida State 8:00 PM ET

If the Terps lose tonight, they could be looking at a 2-6 start in the ACC.

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I expect Comcast to be rocking tonight.

Also, the Terps will be sporting their "Pride" look this evening:

http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/terrapins-insider/wp/2013/01/16/maryland-wearing-pride-uniforms-vs-north-carolina-state/

It's gonna be really loud. Stadium is sold out, pride unis, ESPN game and Gary coming on the court for a ceremony. (He's receiving a painting for the National Championship... NCAA commissions one for each champion). Hopefully the team can ride the crowd and put in a good performance.

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I generally hate their shot selection. But, their young and without a true PG. I think we need to run our offense through the big men more often. I see too many possessions where they just pass the ball around in the backcourt, waiting for one of the guards to make a play.

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Len was very impressive down the stretch. That's the one take away.

He turned it on over the last four minutes or so after being downright bad most of the night. the best thing Maryland can take from this is that they beat a good team with no one really having a great game. Neither Len or Dez stepped up tonight. Not sure why Dez won't take it to the rack but he looked very tentative all night.

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He turned it on over the last four minutes or so after being downright bad most of the night. the best thing Maryland can take from this is that they beat a good team with no one really having a great game. Neither Len or Dez stepped up tonight. Not sure why Dez won't take it to the rack but he looked very tentative all night.

The two times Dez did take it to the rack, he missed a layup and a sure fire dunk. Not Dez's best night at all. He also looked poor on both 3 attempts when they were attempting to "bust the zone" down the stretch. Really would have liked to see Aronhalt do that, but they couldn't find him a good look.

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