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Purdue and No. 3 Maryland will be looking to bounce back from blowout losses they suffered Thursday when the two teams square off at 1 p.m. ET on CBS on Sunday in a Big Ten battle. The Boilermakers (21-4, 10-4 Big Ten) lost 82-58 to Michigan, while Maryland (11-3, 3-10) suffered a 110-87 loss to Iowa.

The magnitude of these losses should motivate both teams as they look to get back on track before the end of the regular season. Losing by 24 at Michigan may have been a wake-up call for Purdue, which has enjoyed success this season despite its lackluster defense. But with the Boilermakers on a rare offensive night against the Wolverines, their defense was exposed and they were blown.

Maryland just collided with a scorching Iowa in their Thursday loss, but the Terrapins have now lost four straight and will have their hands full against Purdue’s powerful offense. The Boilermakers gave up their share of first place in the league standings due to the loss to Michigan and should be ready to show the performance was just a fluke.

How to Watch Purdue vs. Maryland Live

Dated: Sunday February 13 | Time: 1 p.m. ET
Site: Mackey Arena — West Lafayette, Indiana
TV: SCS | Direct: CBSSports.com, CBS Sports app

Purdue vs Maryland Prediction, Picks

Featured game | Purdue Boilermakers vs. Maryland Terrapins

Purdue embarrassed itself against Michigan on Thursday night and will be redeemed against a struggling Maryland team. The Terrapins don’t have the clout to take on Zach Edey and Trevion Williams, or the firepower to keep up with a Purdue team that’s getting hot from the perimeter. Expect the Boilermakers to score a ton and roll to victory. Prediction: Purdue 95, Maryland 71

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