With the start of conference play looming next Saturday, the University of Maryland will try to right its disappointing season against Rutgers in College Park on Saturday afternoon.
Having lost two of their first three games and needing overtime to...
Head coach Ralph Friedgen and the Terps will have revenge on their minds when Middle Tennessee State comes to College Park on Saturday afternoon at 3:30 p.m.
Last season's 24-14 loss was a difficult pill to swallow for Terps fans,...
11:07 p.m. -- The Terps (1-1) will now face Middle Tennessee State next Saturday and will attempt to extract some revenge after the FCS school upset them a year ago.
Kickoff is scheduled for 3:30 p.m.
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Even the most optimistic of Maryland fans would have to look long and hard to find any positives stemming from last Saturday night's horrific 52-13 beating at the hands of California.
And they still wouldn't find any.
The Terrapins (0-1) will...
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