Wednesday, January 27, 2010


MARYLAND 81, MAIMI 59 – Don’t look now but Gary Williams and Greivis Vasquez and company are alone atop the ACC, riding a four-game winning streak, and headed for a poll near you.

The Terps made a huge impression on Miami coach Frank Haith on Tuesday night.

"There's no question they have the ability. The one thing about Maryland that I appreciate as a coach is that they play very well together as a team," Haith said. "They're a very cohesive unit right now. If they can keep that up, they very well could be one of the better teams in our league. There's no doubt about that."

Greivis Vasquez and Landon Milbourne (#1) each scored 16 points, and Maryland pounced on Miami at the outset. The Terrapins (14-5, 4-1) scored the game's first six points, increased the margin to 21 just before halftime and cruised to the finish.

Durand Scott scored 13 for the Hurricanes, who trailed by as many as 32 points in the second half.

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