The Terps were looking to get over .500 in the ACC for the first time all season when they took on the Clemson Tigers at Littlejohn Colliseum Tuesday night. Unfortunately, #13 Clemson had other ideas. The Tigers entered the game 20-4 overall and 7-4 in the ACC, tied with Duke for second place. Clemson took a six point lead into half and came out with a furry to start the second half. The Tigers outscored Maryland by 23 points in the second half to pull away to a 93-64 win. The Tiger's stingy defense held Maryland to 64 points on 23-61 shooting (37.7%).
Maryland was led by Landon Milbourne's 13 points and five rebounds. Greivis Vasquez followed with 12 points, two rebounds and three steals on three for eight shooting. Maryland tries to right the ship this Saturday as they take on the North Carolina Tarheels at home.
Maryland dropped to 5-6 in the ACC and 16-9 overall.