Indiana topped Maryland 71-68 in a Big Ten game on Monday, Jan. 22. The Hoosiers now have a 12-8 overall record, while the Terrapins fall to 15-7.
Indiana now owns a 5-3 record in conference, while Maryland is 4-5. The Hoosiers were sixth in the conference standing and the Terrapins were seventh going into the game.
Indiana-Maryland basketball score: Live updates, stats
Final: Indiana 71-Maryland 68 — Box Score
Big, big win for Indiana, 71-68. Played well when they had to. Responded the Terp runs late in both halves. IU now 12-8 and 5-3 in the Big Ten. Full box: pic.twitter.com/nt01jBIEuo
— Mike Pegram (@peegs) January 23, 2018
Indiana-Maryland basketball: Time, how to watch online
Indiana basketball plays Maryland at 7 p.m. ET on Monday, Jan. 22. The game is being televised on FS1.
Time: 7 p.m. ET
Date: Monday, Jan. 22
TV channel: FS1
Indiana-Maryland basketball: Radio information
Indiana’s game against Maryland is on the Indiana Hoosier sports network.
Indiana-Maryland basketball: Preview
Indiana owns an 11-8 record this season and is 4-3 in Big Ten play. The Hoosiers were 4-2 until facing Michigan State on the road and that ended in a 28-point defeat.
This matchup against Maryland will be the only time these two teams meet in the regular season. Leading in scoring for Indiana is Juwan Morgan, who is averaging 14.8 points per game and a team-leading 7.2 rebounds per game.
Robert Johnson is the only other player on the team scoring more than 10 per game, as he averages 14 points per contest. Third in scoring is De’Ron Davis, but he has been ruled as out indefinitely since Jan. 5 with a lower-leg, non-contact injury.
The Hoosiers will be playing this game against Maryland at home, where the team is 9-1 so far this season.
For Maryland, the team lost its leading scorer from a season ago in Melo Trimble. The Terrapins brought back its next three leading scorers, however, who have led the team in that category so far this season.
Anthony Cowan averages 16.3 points per game, while Kevin Huerter averages 14.1. Both Bruno Fernando and Justin Jackson average 9.8, respectively, but Jackson has been out with a torn labrum since December.
The Terrapins are 15-6 overall and 4-4 in Big Ten play. The team was 1-3 in its last four games prior to facing Minnesota on Jan. 18 and then defeating the Golden Gophers by 11 leading up to its game against the Hoosiers.
When the two teams played last season, Maryland won at home, 75-72. Maryland went on to the NCAA Tournament and lost to Xavier, while Indiana missed out on the NCAA tournament after going 18-16 overall.