COLLEGE PARK, Md. (AP) -- Robert Carter Jr. scored a career-high 25 points, Rasheed Sulaimon added a season-best 22 and No. 3 Maryland bounced back from its first Big Ten loss of the season by breezing past Ohio State 100-65 on Saturday.
Diamond Stone scored 15 points for the Terrapins (16-2, 5-1), who moved on from a defeat at Michigan by reaching the 100-point mark for the first time since 2012.
Maryland led by 18 at halftime, 63-33 with 16 minutes remaining and 77-37 with 11 minutes to go.
The Terrapins haven't lost two in a row since the 2013-14 season.
Playing his first season at Maryland following his transfer from Georgia Tech, Carter went 10 for 13 from field and made all four of his 3-point attempts. The 6-foot-9 junior eclipsed his previous career high of 21 points midway through the second half.
Sulaimon, a transfer from Duke, made nine of 10 field goal tries and contributed six assists.
Keita Bates-Diop scored 15 points for Ohio State (12-7, 4-2). The Buckeyes came in having won eight of nine, including four in the conference and an upset of Kentucky.
In this one, very little went right for Ohio State - especially in the second half. The Buckeyes went 1 for 13 from the field immediately after the break and allowed Maryland to connect on 11 of 15 shots. That's how an 18-point lead expanded to 42 points with 10 minutes left.
Terrapins coach Mark Turgeon emptied his bench with 7 minutes remaining and the score 91-47.
Maryland scored a season-high 48 first-half points, going 19 for 30 from the field - including 7 for 10 from beyond the arc.
Ohio State hung with the Terrapins in the early going, but things went south for the Buckeyes after a three-point play by Stone launched a 13-4 run that included successive baskets by Jake Layman.
It was 34-26 before Sulaimon drove the hoop for a basket and Jared Nickens nailed a 3-pointer to spark a 14-4 spurt to end of the half.
For only the third time in 19 games, the Buckeyes did not have a better shooting percentage than their opponent. ... JaQuan Lyle came in ranked second in the NCAA among freshmen with 95 assists. He added four to that total. ... The Buckeyes did not shoot a free throw in the first half and had only five assists before the break.
Ohio State travels to No. 24 Purdue on Thursday.