COLLEGE PARK, Md. -- Maryland players Diamond Stone and Jake Layman diuscussed the Terps' 65-58 victory against Rider Nov. 20. Layman talked about second-half adjustments, attacking Rider's zone and UMD's pourous defense. Stone chimed in on his play off the bench and the importance of locking down on 'D.'
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