The offensive numbers for Maryland were ugly. They were downright beautiful to Michigan in Saturday’s 65-52 victory.
52 points (18 in the first half). 36.3 percent from the field, including 6-for-22 from three. 16 turnovers.
Maryland head coach Mark Turgeon pointed out the main culprit: Jon Teske. The 7-foot-1 junior center blocked three shots and affected far more, as his Wolverines stifled the Terrapins to just .84 points per possession.
Turgeon talked with the media afterwards, declaring, “Teske was everywhere.”