Another Maryland football start time has been announced.
Four game times remain undecided, but on Monday, the expected kickoff time for Maryland’s home game against Indiana was released. The Terps and Scarlet Knights are slated to face off at 3:30 p.m. ET at Capital One Field at Maryland Stadium.
It’s just the second non-noon kickoff for the Terps so far this season along with the disastrous “Friday night lights” game against Penn State. While a Maryland game against Indiana isn’t necessarily a marquee matchup, the 3:30 p.m. ET start time on the Big Ten Network could draw a good amount of eyeballs.
Maryland still has five games — at Minnesota, at Ohio State, vs Nebraska and at Michigan State — that are still without a scheduled kickoff time, and depending on how the Terps play over the next couple weeks, some late-season matchups could potentially be played later in the afternoon.
But that’s not the case this week, as Maryland’s game against Purdue on Saturday in West Lafayette, Indiana, is slated to kick off at noon ET.
In other news
Maryland running back Javon Leake was named Big Ten Special Teams Player of the Week for his exemplary performance against Rutgers on Saturday,
How did the Terps pull off the 48-7 victory? Wes takes a deep dive into the film.
What else happened in Big Ten football this weekend? Check my conference recap to find out.
Anthony Cowan Jr. may be the veteran leader, but according to Jordan, this is Jalen Smith’s time to shine as the best player on Maryland men’s basketball.
Monday was a big day for pro Terps, starting with second-baseman Brandon Lowe, who helped lead the Tampa Bay Rays to a 10-3 win over the Houston Astros in Game 3.
Pro Terps in the MLB Playoffs.— Testudo Times (@testudotimes) October 7, 2019
Brandon Lowe takes Zack Greinke deep to extend the Rays' lead. pic.twitter.com/rpg16jb3N1
The Atlanta — I mean Terplanta — Hawks had their first preseason game Monday, and while Kevin Huerter didn’t play, he made a major announcement.
Drumroll, please...— Testudo Times (@testudotimes) October 7, 2019
Former Terp Kevin Huerter has finally reached a verdict on his nickname.
How are you guys feeling about Red Velvet? https://t.co/yb7dSyu5zc
We created the ultimate Terplanta Hawks Graphic for the trio of Huerter, Alex Len and Bruno Fernando.
The NBA preseason is just about to get underway for the Terplanta Hawks!!! pic.twitter.com/QOIY9PYge5— Testudo Times (@testudotimes) October 7, 2019
Despite only playing 15 minutes, Len had the second-most points for the Hawks in the SCORE loss to the New Orleans Pelicans, putting up 14 points on 4-for-6 shooting.
The dunk party is starting early tonight for @alexlen. #HeATerp pic.twitter.com/Wb9Zs8JDZy— Lila Bromberg (@lilabbromberg) October 8, 2019
Fernando only saw 12 minutes of playing time and didn’t see much of an offensive role with three points (though one was an emphatic slam, as you’ll see below), but he impressed with three blocks, two rebounds and an assist as well.
I like the sound of that.— Lila Bromberg (@lilabbromberg) October 8, 2019
Bruno Fernando gets an assist on his first sequence in the game for the Atlanta Hawks. #HeATerp pic.twitter.com/ExzHIGenFI
Bruuunnnooooo block!!!— Lila Bromberg (@lilabbromberg) October 8, 2019
It was originally called a foul on @BrunoFernandoMV, but Hawks coach Lloyd Pierce used his one coach's challenge on it and it was ruled a clean block. pic.twitter.com/ImwbVWoK6f
I present the first NBA dunk for Bruno Fernando.— Lila Bromberg (@lilabbromberg) October 8, 2019
We all knew... #HeATerp pic.twitter.com/dniepPwTDg
Purdue announced some special edition uniforms for when the Terps and Boilermakers face off this Saturday. They are pretty sweet.
Purdue will be wearing these jerseys against Maryland on Saturday: https://t.co/Bm0AvruGzN— Cody Wilcox (@Cody_Wilcox15) October 8, 2019
Maryland basketball is getting ready for the Midnight Mile this Wednesday.
Stix & Darryl ➡️ Men of the People— Maryland Basketball (@TerrapinHoops) October 7, 2019
Sign up for Wednesday night’s Midnight Mile: https://t.co/fVMqPXTDuD pic.twitter.com/gNOu1KAyo1
Maryland women’s basketball continues to impress with its all-access social media, giving fans an inside look at practice Monday.
Skip Shooting! https://t.co/qzyDJ7RPYT— Maryland Women’s Basketball (@umdwbb) October 7, 2019
Maryland volleyball announced its upcoming foreign tour on Monday.
Maryland volleyball is going INTERNATIONAL!— Maryland Volleyball (@TerpsVolleyball) October 7, 2019
Next summer, we'll take our first-ever foreign tour to Amsterdam, Croatia, Slovenia and Italy!
MORE: https://t.co/poBnficoto#FearTheTurtle pic.twitter.com/ZrEyWoNnRc
Maryland men’s soccer released some highlights from its Saturday night victory.
The boys made the lights dance Saturday night— Maryland Soccer (@MarylandMSoccer) October 7, 2019
DUUUUUUUUB #Excellence pic.twitter.com/4BwRBvTokG