Maryland football’s homecoming matchup against Purdue will be broadcast on the Big Ten Network, the school announced on Monday.
This isn’t surprising news, as every Big Ten conference game is broadcast either on BTN or an ESPN affiliate. (Until the Big Ten Championship, which is broadcast on FOX.) After two straight games on CBS Sports Network, this one will be easier to access for local Maryland fans and students. This also means the game will be available streaming on btn2go.com. (Good news: this means we’ll have GIFs again!)
This is Maryland’s second home game of the season, as the Terps are coming off back-to-back trips (and wins) in Florida.
The two teams kick off their conference seasons next Saturday at 3:30 p.m.
In other news
Perry Hills is day-to-day with his shoulder injury. We know pretty much nothing here.
Maryland basketball will be on BTN at least 11 times this season.
Maryland is pretty okay entering Big Ten play, which is all we could have asked for.
The Baltimore Sun has your Big Ten power rankings for the week.