This will be a topic worth dissecting plenty later on in the day, but the data just gleaned from too much research is worth its own separate post.
Astute Maryland fans no doubt noted that Pe'Shon Howard and Terrell Stoglin were on the floor for much of the final eight minutes of Saturday's 76-72 loss at Boston College.
This after seemingly never playing together.
That's not entirely accurate. When both were coming off the bench early in the season, they frequently were on the court at the same time.
But one of the two has started the last 14 games. And in the 13 prior to Saturday, they were part of a backcourt tandem for all of 12 minutes, 24 seconds.
Against Boston College, they had 7:13 of shared time on the floor.
So that's something that bears monitoring.
For now, here's a look at how often they've been on the floor at the same time --- and how Maryland has done --- in three scenarios: Howard starts, Stoglin starts and neither starts.
The full breakdown after the jump.