The Terps suffered their largest conference defeat since joining the Big Ten and fell to 10-4 as Dickinson and the Wolverines dominated coach Kevin Willard's squad.
The Terps overcame a strong showing from their in-state adversary.
Ian Martinez and Patrick Emilien replaced Don Carey and an injured Julian Reese in the starting lineup as coach Kevin Willard tinkered with the Terps' starters and rotations against the Peacocks.
The Terps coasted to a comfortable victory following an extended break.
The Terps took on four opponents in the top 25 of the latest AP poll in a 13-day stretch.
The Terps notched more turnovers than made field goals in the first half of their largest-ever loss at Xfinity Center.
The Terps fell to their third consecutive loss in a lopsided fashion against the Bruins, suffering their worst ever lost at Xfinity Center.
The Terps made just two of their 24 three-pointers against the Volunteers.
The Terps dropped seven spots in the rankings after they fell at Wisconsin Tuesday and lost to then-No. 7 Tennessee at Barclays Center Sunday.