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Terps Have Lost Five in a Row in Round 2

Hawaii got a bit of a break in the first round and took advantage of an undermanned California team, but they won’t get any breaks on Sunday vs the No. 5 seed Maryland Terrapins. The Terps are currently on a run that’s seen them win seven straight games SU as favorites in March and will look to make Hawaii their eighth straight victim.

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  • The total has gone under in 9 of Maryland's last 11 after winning the previous game in a matchup.
  • Maryland is 21-3 SU as favorites this season.
  • Hawaii is 3-3 SU as underdogs this season.

Those banking on Hawaii as this year’s Cinderella, take note —The Rainbow Warriors, which is either the best or worst team name in the tourney depending on your outlook, are 9-1 SU in their last 10 games following an ATS win. Also of note for those backing Hawaii — Maryland has lost five straight games in Round 2. Their last second round win came in 2003.

Conversely, Maryland has history working in their favor as No. 13 seeds have only beaten a No. 5 seed once since 2000. They opened as 6.5-point favorites — a number they’ve been successful at covering, going 7-2 ATS in their last nine games in that spot.

Hawaii Warriors vs Maryland Terrapins Matchup

Team Betting Records & Power Rankings

The Maryland Terrapins bring a 26-8 record (15-17-2 ATS) to this tilt against the 28-5 Warriors, who are 15-12 ATS. Those OVER/UNDER betting have witnessed Maryland go 14-19-1 so far and the Hawaii Warriors go 14-12-1.

This college basketball game matches up the No. 152 (Maryland) and the No. 27 (Hawaii) teams in the league, according to our current NCAA basketball power rankings.

Statistical Matchup

In the paint, the rebound battle will feature Maryland's No. 174-rated squad against Hawaii's No. 91-rated roster. And in long-range shooting, Maryland rates No. 87 in the country with 7.68 per game, while their foes tonight, the Hawaii Warriors rank No. 134 nationally with 7.06 per match.

Recent Outings Betting Recap

The Warriors got 19 points from Quincy Smith as Hawaii ran past California 77-66 on Friday at Spokane Arena.

Jake Layman scored 27 points leading the Terrapins to a 79-74 victory over South Dakota State at Spokane Arena on Friday.

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