Maryland tried just about everything to get the ball in the basket — driving to the hoop, shooting from the outside, working it inside and out.
The second-ranked Terrapins went nearly 11 minutes without a field goal in the decisive first half, fell behind Wisconsin by 16 points and never recovered in a 70-57 loss Saturday night.
Maryland (22-4, 10-3 Big Ten) fell out of a first-place tie in the conference and had its school-record home winning streak snapped at 27 games.
The Terrapins were done in by a first half in which they went 7 for 21 from the field with nine turnovers.
"I just felt we came out with our foot in the mud," guard...