Michigan had its chance to steal a win at Maryland.
They just needed to make one more play to do it.
Trailing 82-79 with 1:05 remaining, Derrick Walton Jr. crossed to the right went up for his shot drawing contact as the whistle blew.
Unfortunately for Walton Jr. and his Wolverines, the whistle was for an offensive foul. He was called for pushing off with his left arm, while fouling out in the process.
Michigan would be forced to foul from there on out, as No. 6 Maryland made key free-throws down the stretch run, defeating the Wolverines, 86-82.
Robert Carter led the Terrapins with 17 points, while Jake Layman added 16 and Melo Trimble scored 15 with eight rebounds.
Maryland (22-5, 11-4 Big Ten) had lost two straight Big Ten games coming into today’s game. They had led by as many as 16 points in the first half.
However, a 23-12 U-M scoring run closed out the first half, as the Terrapins led 41-36 at the half.
Mark Donnal scored 22 of his game-high 25-points in the second half. He shot 10-of-13, while making 3-of-4 from 3s.
Muhammad-Ali Abdur-Rahkman finished with 16 points and nine assists for U-M. Walton Jr. scored 14.
Michigan (19-8, 9-6) has lost two straight games.
U-M finished 13-of-27 from 3s, connecting at 48.1 percent rate.
Michigan next plays host to Northwestern this Wednesday at 7 p.m.