"We don't sit!": Duke men's basketball beats Maryland
February 12, 2012 at 6:43PM
CAMERON INDOOR STADIUM/ DURHAM—Duke shot 32 percent in the first half against Maryland yesterday, turned the ball over eight times, and missed almost half of its free throws. Maryland's Terrell Stoglin put up 11 points, halfway to his Atlantic Coast Conference-leading average (22), shot five free throws and hung two fouls on Duke's Tyler Thornton, who is Duke's best defensive guard and had drawn the assignment of covering Stoglin.