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Wow is all I can say. Davidson looks like a much better team. They can shoot from outside better, they defend way better than Maryland, they are aggressive to the loose ball, they have a true star in Curry, and they have the motivation of a underdog in a conference that the national media gave no chance to.

Unless Maryland start to use their athleticism, and right now they are out of synch and frustrated, this will be a one and done for the Terps and will make this one of the worse Senior classes in 20 years.

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Nice and-1 by Osby.

We should blowing these guys off the defensive glass, especially with all the shots they're taking. Not happening. Good offensive board by Osby, though. Vazquez and Jones can't convert.

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