ATLANTA --- Maryland has played four conference road games.
It has won three of them by double figures.
That is a good percentage.
The Terrapins' 74-63 defeat of Georgia Tech on Sunday follows up Thursday's 66-42 rout of Virginia. Earlier in the season, Maryland won 74-55 at Wake Forest.
Granted, those three teams aren't exactly entrenched in any NCAA tournament discussions. But those victories make this only the sixth Maryland team --- and the first since 2002 --- to collect three double-digit conference road victories.
One other thing: The Terrapins' three ACC road victories have come by a combined 54 points. The rest of the league's teams have combined for three double-digit conference road wins (Duke at both Wake Forest and N.C. State, plus Virginia Tech at Maryland).
The rundown of Maryland's single-season chart for ACC road victories:
5: 2001 (Clemson, Florida State, N.C. State, Wake Forest, Duke)
4: 1975 (Wake Forest, Duke, North Carolina, Virginia)
4: 2002 (Wake Forest, North Carolina, Clemson, Florida State)
3: 1999 (North Carolina, Georgia Tech, N.C. State)
3: 2000 (Florida State, Duke, Clemson)
3: 2011 (Wake Forest, Virginia, Georgia Tech)