The Terps notched a joint season-high 16 assists and five players in double-digit scoring in their biggest Big Ten win of the year.
Jahmir Young scored 22 and Hakim Hart notched a career-high eight assists in the Terps' win.
Jahmir Young scored a game-high 26 as the Terps split the regular-season series with the Wolverines.
Young took 15 free throws in the Terps' win, the most by any Big Ten player in a game this season.
The Terps picked up their second conference victory of the season.
The Terps committed a season-high 20 turnovers in the loss.
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 fell to their third consecutive loss in a lopsided fashion against the Bruins, suffering their worst ever lost at Xfinity Center.