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Maryland-Indiana GameThread

The Terps have their last chance to grab a home conference win on senior day.

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The Maryland football team comes into Saturday's game against Indiana looking to defeat a Big Ten team, something it has tried and failed to do seven games in a row. This weekend's test brings Indiana to Byrd Stadium for a noon kickoff on the Big Ten Network. Cory Provus, Glen Mason and J Leman have the call.

The Terps are 2-8 on the season and 0-7 in Big Ten play. Although the team has no hope of any postseason action, it has plenty to play for. Saturday will mark the final game at Byrd Stadium for Maryland's seniors, and the team is also looking for its first win since Mike Locksley took over as interim head coach following the firing of Randy Edsall.

Indiana is also winless in the Big Ten and stands at 4-6 (0-6 Big Ten), and is coming off of a heartbreaking 48-41 loss to Michigan last week. The Hoosiers boast the 20th-best offense in the nation, per S&P+, which still gives Maryland a 52 percent chance of winning.

Maryland's two-deep depth chart looks like this:

We'll have two reporters at Byrd, so follow @testudotimes, @alex_kirshner and @ryanconnors11 for updates throughout the game. All info about the game from today and from earlier this week can be found in our StoryStream.