By Luke Coughlan/DFP Staff
After the Boston University men’s basketball team scored a season-low 48 points in a 60-48 loss to the University of New Hampshire on Saturday, it was safe to say that they would need to bounce back in a big way to win their next game against conference-leading University of Maine.
Few could have predicted just how big that bounce would be, however, as the Terriers looked completely different on Tuesday from the team that was chased out of Lundholm Gymnasium just three days earlier.
BU (11-13, 6-4 America East) defeated the Black Bears (14-8, 8-2 AE), 88-78, before a crowd of 669 at Agganis Arena to keep their conference record over .500 and become just the second team in America East to beat Maine this year.
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