The Terps played on Big Ten Network three times this season, tied for the fewest among the conference’s 14 teams.
The Terps are on pace to finish 10-10 in conference play, which could grant them their first postseason berth since 2005.
Matt Shaw hit his 23rd home run of the season as the Terps notched 18 hits.
The senior dropped 20 points and hit a joint season-high four threes in the Terps' win over Minnesota.
The bottom-seeded Golden Gophers will take on the Terps after defeating the Cornhuskers Wednesday.
Hart notched six assists against the Golden Gophers with his role as a key ball handler and distributor for the Terps growing.
The Terps eased past the conference bottom feeders in their joint largest ever Big Ten victory.
Briggs notched a season-high 14 points in the Terps' win over Minnesota Friday.
The Terps notched their most points this season and their first game with over 100 points since they won 102-71 in the opening round of last year’s national tournament.
The Terps have yet to sweep a conference series.