COLLEGE PARK, Md.-- The Maryland men's basketball team lost its first home game of the season on Sunday to Oregon State, 90-83.
Despite scoring a team-high 23 points, junior Dez Wells shouldered much of the blame for the Terps loss. He spoke about his performance, leadership and more after the game.
Maryland sophomore Jake Layman had 15 points and seven rebounds against Oregon State, and he spoke about the Terps defensive struggles, the development of Roddy Peters, and how the team can get back on track, after the game.
Terps Discuss OSU Loss
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