N.C. State will come into College Park on Saturday after demolishing Duke on Wednesday.
That victory was meaningful. But it would probably be nice for the Wolfpack to finally turn back Maryland.
The Terrapins have won all five meetings since Sidney Lowe took over in Raleigh.
Maryland swept State in 2007 as part of its seven-game winning streak to close out the regular season.
Maryland handled State in 2008 just before a late-season collapse commenced.
Maryland took out State twice last March as part of its push for an NCAA tournament berth.
You can look it up.
In any case, some quick research reveals Maryland-N.C. State is one of eight series in the ACC in which one team has won at least five straight.
And, yes, I'm going to share the full results here. Team on a winning streak listed first, with next meeting in parentheses:
8: Maryland vs. Georgia Tech (Feb. 20 at Maryland)
6: North Carolina vs. N.C. State (Tuesday at N.C. State)
6: North Carolina vs. Virginia (Jan. 31 at North Carolina)
5: Clemson vs. N.C. State (Already had regular-season meeting)
5: Duke vs. Maryland (Feb. 13 at Duke)
5: Maryland vs. N.C. State (Saturday at Maryland)
5: North Carolina vs. Miami (March 2 at North Carolina)
5: North Carolina vs. Virginia Tech (Feb. 4 at Virginia Tech)