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The University of Maryland gave the Oklahoma State men's basketball team just their fifth home, non-conference loss since 1987 on Saturday, December 21, winning 73-64.

After Maryland lead by as many as 17 points in the second half, OSU cut the Terrapin's lead to five with 15 seconds left but the Pokes were unable to complete the come back.

Anthony Hickey hit four, second half three-pointers to help bring the Cowboys back, the LSU transfer finished with 16 points, .

Phil Forte added 13 points, including a deep three to make it a five point game late.

The Terps used a 15-3 run at the beginning of the second half to help pull away from OSU inside Ghallager-Iba Arena.

Le'Bryan Nash's 11 first half points, helped OSU gain the lead twice in the first half, the senior finished with an OSU-high 17 points.

The loss drops Travis Ford's club to 9-2 on the year.

OSU travels to Kansas City on Tuesday, December 30, to face former Big 12 foe Missouri with tip set for 8 p.m. CT.

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