The Terps made progress in their last two games from defensive improvements.
The Terps had six players score double-digits, led by Fatts Russell with 23 points.
The Terps used the last break of their season to work on mental and physical health before their matchup with Nebraska.
Despite keeping the game close against No. 3 Purdue, the Terps fell to 11-14 on the season with its fifth straight defeat.
With the potential for a last-second upset victory, the Terps couldn't pull out the win over the Boilermakers.
Despite scoring 87 points, the Terps were no match for the Hawkeyes' domineering offense.
The Terps have yet to lose a rematch this season, but have a tall task ahead of them against Murray and the Hawkeyes.
The Terps couldn't break the Buckeyes' home winning streak after another slow start.
The office of Thomas C. Mooney, Shingler's attorney, confirmed the dropped charges.
The Terps led the game for a total of 29 seconds before falling far behind the Buckeyes for the remainder of the game.