Maryland didn't have a particularly good season and didn't make the NCAA Tournament. I'd say that most Terps fans are over it by now. Still, it's always important to keep rooting against Duke. Fortunately, Arizona dismantled Duke 93-77 last night, including a dominant 55-33 second half scoring advantage.
Derrick Williams, Arizona's sophomore forward, was unstoppable, scoring 32 points (11-17 from the field) and grabbing 13 rebounds. He also made fix of six three-pointers. As a team, Arizona shot 54 percent, made nine of 15 threes, and outrebounded Duke 35-26. Not bad at all.
As for Williams, he unleashed a few spectacular highlights on the Blue Devils, one of them being this sick put-back dunk in the first half:
On behalf of Maryland fans -- and many college basketball fans around the country -- thank you, Derrick.