As it approaches second half of league season, Maryland enters bye weekend looking to work out recent deficiencies.
Buckeyes dominate in the paint to send Maryland to its most lopsided loss of season.
No. 16 Terps return to Columbus for nationally televised meeting with Buckeyes, who have won three of four.
Maryland freshman on facing highly touted Buckeyes guard: "It's about Maryland vs. Ohio State."
Terrapins have won a season-high 11 in a row for their longest streak since 14 straight in 2013-14 and are the only unbeaten team in the Big Ten.
Fresh off his game-winning shot against Northwestern, Wells is eager to move on as Maryland heads back to Columbus Thursday.
After winning 40 games and making an NCAA Super Regional appearance a year ago, Terps look to build on new national profile.
While Maryland has already eclipsed last season's win total, Turgeon pushing for improved perimeter defense and front court production.
Further bolstering its future backcourt, Maryland adds first piece of 2016 recruiting class in Cadets' star.
Terps down three spots after loss to Indiana, last-second win over Northwestern.