The Maryland men’s and women’s basketball schedules were released back on Aug. 23, and on Thursday, both teams released their full television slates.
The former has 29 of its 31 regular season games currently scheduled for national broadcasts/ As it stands (four games are to be determined), eight of those games will be broadcast on the Big Ten Network and the rest will be displayed for a wider audience — the Terps will play six times on Fox Sports 1, eight times on either ESPN or ESPN2, and twice apiece on CBS and FOX.
In terms of marquee games, the Maryland vs Indiana games in College Park and Bloomington will be televised on FOX and CBS, respectively. Both of the Terrapins’ matchups against Michigan State will be shown on either ESPN or ESPN2, and their showdown with Michigan at home will be on FOX.
Broadcast schedules for the Big Ten/ACC Challenge and the Advocare Invitational in Orlando have yet to be determined. The full men’s basketball television schedule can be found here.
As for the women’s team, 15 of its games will be broadcast on national television — 11 on the Big Ten Network, four on either ESPN or ESPN2. The biggest matchups are against South Carolina (ESPN), Ohio State and Michigan (both on ESPN2), while both highly-anticipated battles against Iowa will be on BTN. The full women’s basketball television schedule can be found here.
In other news
Lila took a dive into the mind of Maryland football’s Josh Jackson, whose athletic career has been guided by “The Lion King.”
Jackson and the offense will be tested against a vaunted Syracuse defense come Saturday, and I looked at the challenge that awaits the Terps.
Wes did an excellent film breakdown on the Orange, detailing exactly what Maryland will have to face.
Maryland men’s soccer is headed to Los Angeles to face off against UCLA, and Henry detailed why this rivalry has so much meaning for the Terrapins.
Mike crunched the numbers to give an in-depth look at Maryland women’s soccer’s season thus far, and 10 hours later, the Terps picked up their third win of the season.
In podcasting news, Matt sat down with Lila and Jordan to preview the upcoming NFL season for the various Terps in the league. We’re very excited for this new show, and you don't want to miss this one.
Maryland field hockey is set to compete in the B1G/ACC Cup — Austin previewed what’s to come from a pair of top-25 matchups.
Darnell Savage Jr. made his NFL debut on Thursday Night Football in the Green Bay Packers’ 10-3 win over the Chicago Bears. He recorded three tackles and a pass defense, but his impact went beyond the basic stats.
#HeATerp pic.twitter.com/E2llnr5q0E— Testudo Times (@testudotimes) September 6, 2019
Somebody’s playing like a Savage. pic.twitter.com/4SbHbuW5ZT— Testudo Times (@testudotimes) September 6, 2019
Great pressure from @darnellsavage_ here. The former Terp is having quite the rookie debut. pic.twitter.com/2igd6jOzcB— Lila Bromberg (@lilabbromberg) September 6, 2019
Former Terps defensive lineman Dean Muhtadi, a.k.a. Mojo Rawley of the WWE, was at Maryland football’s practice Wednesday afternoon.
There is no better person to lead the @umterps than @CoachLocks. So hyped to have him at the helm and proud as an alumni. Thanks for having me out to practice yesterday Coach! Catch you at a game soon! @TerpsFootball #LockedIn #MaximizeIt pic.twitter.com/3lnlIaIw0i— Dean Muhtadi (@MojoRawleyWWE) September 5, 2019
Here’s what Maryland football will be sporting on Saturday against Syracuse.
Threads vs. #21 'Cuse— Maryland Football (@TerpsFootball) September 5, 2019
⚫️ #OurArmour #FTT pic.twitter.com/as8VQJOFkv
And check out some highlights from the field hockey and volleyball teams.
Ready for the next ✌ . #BestOfTheBest pic.twitter.com/xIdtmliesu— Maryland Field Hockey (@TerpsFH) September 5, 2019
Show no mercy. Leave no doubt @erikanoelle99 #LND pic.twitter.com/NuyGlJ4DU0— Maryland Volleyball (@TerpsVolleyball) September 5, 2019