Morning links: Maryland stomps Virginia in Charlottesville
Virginia was able to halt Jordan Williams's double-double streak, but that was just about all the Cavaliers were able to do in a 66-42 loss, Maryland's biggest win in Charlottesville since 1930.
Thanks to Adrian Bowie's 22 points and a stifling defense, the Terarpins crushed the Cavaliers.
Maryland stifled Virginia's three-point attack, which is about the only type of attack the injury-riddled, rebuilding Cavaliers have these days.
Said Virginia guard Jontel Evans: "I guess they just wanted it more."
Check out the game stats here.
Over at The 68, Eric Prisbell takes a look at Maryland's NCAA tournament chances after the big win. The gist: The Terrapins are heading in the right direction, but still have a ways to go.
| January 28, 2011; 10:00 AM ET
Categories: Men's basketball
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