Future Scheduling News: Maryland to Play Syracuse After Conference Change

Rob Carr

Randy Edsall will likely face his alma mater in years to come.

This season, Maryland and Syracuse will both be in the ACC. On November 9, they will play their only conference game against one another, before the Terps head to B1Gger pastures. However, that will not be the end of the series, as Michael Cohen reports the two will play non-conference games in the future.

The two schools are reportedly at the very start of negotiations - no one quite knows when these games will happen or even where - but it's an interesting match-up to add to what will already be a packed schedule. The B1G will be moving to a nine-game conference schedule, leaving just three non-conference match-ups. The Terps already have games planned with Texas in 2017 and 2018, so it will be interesting to see whether the Syracuse series comes before, during or after those games.

Maryland coach Randy Edsall was a quarterback at Syracuse and was an assistant coach at the school for ten years.

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