No. 15 Maryland vs. No. 10 North Carolina
When: 5 p.m. Where: Comcast Center. TV: ESPN2. Records: Terrapins 15-3, 2-2 ACC; Tar Heels 17-2, 3-1. Numbers game: The Terrapins draw the ACC’s top scoring team, with the Tar Heels averaging 83.3 points. Maryland is limiting opponents to 57 points per game, tied with North Carolina for fourth in the conference in scoring defense. The teams are ranked Nos. 1 and 2 in field goal percentage defense (with North Carolina at 32.1 percent and Maryland at 34.5 percent), blocks and offensive rebound percentage. Long road home: Four of Maryland’s past five games were on the road. The Terrapins went 3-2 during that stretch, including consecutive road wins against Clemson and Virginia. Maryland plays four of its next five at home; and of its 11 remaining regular season games, only four are on the road. Maryland is 118-24 at Comcast Center. Breland out for UNC: Forward Jessica Breland, who missed last season undergoing chemotherapy for Hodgkin’s lymphoma, will not travel to College Park for Sunday’s game after school officials announced she underwent arthroscopic surgery Friday to remove two “loose bodies” in her left knee.