Maryland's' game against Ohio State on Oct. 4 will kick off at noon on ABC.
The contest will be Maryland's first home football game as a member of the Big Ten. Perhaps the game loses a little juice with the injury to Ohio State quarterback Braxton Miller, but it will still be the most anticipated game at Byrd Stadium since the Terps hosted Christian Ponder and Florida State there in 2010.
Some fans had lofty dreams of a 5-0 Terrapins team hosting the also-undefeated Buckeyes and bringing the spectacle of ESPN's College Gameday to College Park. That hasn't happened, but Maryland will still have a national audience in the middle of the day, putting plenty of eyes on the program as it tries for the upset at home.