Everything was on the line for the Maryland Terrapins. A loss to Wake Forest would end the team's season and Sean Mosley's career in College Park. So they came out and played arguably their most complete game of the season and advanced to the quarterfinals with a 82-60 win over the Demon Deacons. "I told the team before we went out it's win or go home and I ain't ready to go home yet. I'd love to see another day," said Mosley.
Sophomore Terrell Stoglin led the Terps with 25 points but what stood out even more than the game-high points were the other numbers on Stoglin's stat line. Seven rebounds and four assists. "He was fantastic. He made two assists to start the second half against the zone and he wouldn't have made those passes a week ago," said head coach Mark Turgeon. "He only forced one shot, he guarded pretty well, he rebounded for us and so I was proud of him. Hopefully he can do it again tomorrow."