Ross made four of his six threes and Maryland could not keep up. The Terrapins were just 2-18 from three, though they did out-rebound the Buckeyes, 44-30.
Maryland hung tough through most of the first half, but a 7-0 run from the Buckeyes in the closing minutes put the home team in control. Ohio State led, 43-26, at halftime.
Charles Mitchell came off the bench for Maryland and contributed a double-double with 12 points and 11 rebounds. But Jake Layman, who came into the game averaging 16.4 per contest, was held to just two points.