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Maryland-Penn State GameThread

Mike Locksley tries to get Maryland back on track.

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The Mike Locksley era starts for Maryland at 3:30 p.m. Saturday, when the Terps host Penn State at Baltimore's M&T Bank Stadium in a Big Ten clash. The game will be televised on ESPN, with David LaMont, Ray Bentley and Dawn Davenport on the call. Streaming is available at WatchESPN.

Both the Terrapins and Nittany Lions are coming off defeats at the hands of Ohio State. The Buckeyes beat Maryland two weeks ago, 49-28, in what turned out to be Randy Edsall's last game as Maryland's coach. When Maryland sat idle last Saturday, Penn State lost to the Buckeyes even more lopsidedly: 38-10.

Maryland's two-deep depth chart is as follows. Perry Hills makes his second-straight start at quarterback:

Before and during the game, poke around our StoryStream for all of our coverage. I'll be in the M&T Stadium press box with Ryan Connors, and we'll have updates both here and on Twitter:

Enjoy the game, everyone.