By: Adam Gotkin
Just when we thought that 2020 couldn’t get any crazier, it did. A week after their thrilling overtime win over Minnesota, the Terps shocked the world by beating Penn State for only the third time in program history. For a rebuilding program, a win like this can mean much more than just improving your record that week. It can provide an exponential boost the entire season, like In 2014, the last time Maryland beat Penn State, when … Read More »
By Jack Rothenberg –
There was a time when BIG Ten football happening looked bleak. But after 329 days, Maryland football is BACK. Maryland and Northwestern, two 3-9 teams from a year ago, faced off for the first time ever in Evanston. Between COVID-19, the 57 new players in the program, and an unknown starting quarterback for basically the entire week leading up to the game, there couldn’t be any real expectations, just hope.
Hours before kickoff head coach … Read More »
COLLEGE PARK, Md. – The Big Ten Conference announced the first week of 2020 football schedule with dates, times and television coverage in addition to selected Friday games for the season. Maryland opens the 2020 season at Northwestern on Saturday, Oct. 24 at 7:30 p.m., in a game that will air on Big Ten Network. It will be the Terps’ first-ever trip to Ryan Field in Evanston, Illinois.
Maryland will host Minnesota for its home opener on Friday, Oct. 30 at … Read More »
Big break for the Terps having Northwestern and Minnesota as the cross division games instead of Iowa, Wisconsin, Nebraska, etc
2020 Maryland Football Schedule
DateOpponentOct. 24at NorthwesternOct. 31MINNESOTANov. 7at Penn StateNov. 14OHIO STATENov. 21MICHIGAN STATENov. 28at IndianaDec. 5at MichiganDec. 12RUTGERSDec. 19Big Ten Champions Week – East vs West
By: Jack Rothenberg
On June 1, head coach Mike Locksley added yet another impressive name to the 2021 recruiting class for the Terps. Three star defensive end Terrance Butler announced a verbal commitment to Maryland, which once again illustrates Locksley’s ability to bring in local talent and hopefully build a fence around the DMV as far as recruitment goes. As a result of Butler’s commitment, the Terps now have 16 players in their 2021 recruiting class with 14 coming … Read More »
By Jordan Klatsky