Spartans football coach Mel Tucker addresses the Breslin Center crowd during the first half of MSU's basketball game against Maryland, Feb. 15, 2020. Detroit Free Press
EAST LANSING — Kyle Ahrens and Cassius Winston helped lead a frenetic comeback as Michigan State basketball rallied from a 15-point deficit to take the lead.
The defense recovered. So did the rebounding.
Then No. 9 Maryland found its rhythm. And the Spartans had the air sucked out of them – and their quest for a third straight Big Ten title.
The league-leading Terrapins scored 14 straight points in the final 3 minutes, 8 seconds, including four 3-pointers, to come back from a seven-point hole and knock off No.