The Maryland football team has a shot to go 4-0 for the first time since 2013. The Terps take on Purdue at 3:30 on BTN in their 2016 Big Ten opener at Maryland Stadium. This is probably Maryland's most winnable conference game, and the Terps should be able to secure a homecoming victory.
Maryland hasn't played a home game since Week 1's trouncing of Howard. Since then, the Terps blew out FIU and escaped with a double-overtime win at UCF. Get ready for some decidedly Big Ten football, and probably a Maryland win.
As always, here's a collection of some of the things we wrote this week to help you prepare for the game:
- Get to know the Boilermakers with our big preview.
- Maryland gets running back Wes Brown back after a three-game suspension, and that should only help what's been an impressive backfield.
- Run blocking's been a strength for this team so far.
- Safety Denzel Conyers is out. Get to know Josh Woods, his replacement.
- Here's our Q&A with Hammer and Rails, SB Nation's Purdue affiliate.
- Maryland players are drinking "Big Ten water" this week.