With the loss, the Terps finish the season with a losing record for the first time since 1993.
The majority of the current Terps — including interim head coach Danny Manning — had never competed in the Big Ten before this season.
Eric Ayala's wrist injury has given Xavier Green and Ian Martinez increased playing time — it's paying off for the Terps.
The Terps snagged their second consecutive win — the first time they've done so since Jan. 25.
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.
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 relied on just two scorers throughout the night while the Wolverines had four double-digit scorers.