Maryland football will play its second and final home game of the season Saturday at noon against the Rutgers Scarlet Knights. The game will be televised on either Big Ten Network or Fox Sports 1.
Last season, the Terps picked up their only road win of the season in Piscataway, New Jersey, trouncing the Scarlet Knights, 48-7. Historically, Maryland is 9-6 all-time in the series and has won four of the teams’ last five meetings.
Maryland (2-2) has played just four of its seven games this season, as its home meetings against Ohio State and Michigan State were called off due to the team’s COVID-19 outbreak and Saturday’s game in Ann Arbor was not played amid cases of the virus in the Wolverines’ program.
Rutgers (2-5) has won two of its three road games this season against Michigan State and Purdue.
In Other News
Maryland men’s basketball defeated Saint Peter’s in its fourth game of the season Friday.
Lila gave an inside look at how head coach Mark Turgeon’s squad has navigated all of the cancelations over the past week or so.
Maryland football got two commitments over the weekend, including 2021 defensive lineman Andre Porter and 2022 linebacker Nyair Graham.
Maryland women’s basketball suffered a big loss, with star freshman Angel Reese out for three months due to injury.
Big Ten Network explored the journey of Maryland football running back Jake Funk.
He scored 57 TDs as a high school senior. He was the Gatorade Maryland Player of the Year.— Big Ten Network (@BigTenNetwork) December 5, 2020
Still, he had just one Power 5 offer, to play LB, that was pulled.@BTNJourney takes a look at @jakefunk34's path to @TerpsFootball.
Full feature ➡️ https://t.co/0Xc8M3DiOL pic.twitter.com/GSSg53o95T
Former Maryland football running back Ty Johnson rushed for 104 yards and scored a late fourth quarter touchdown for the New York Jets on Sunday.
TY FOR 6️⃣!— Maryland Football (@TerpsFootball) December 6, 2020
19/99/1 for @T_Johns6! pic.twitter.com/clsR3ClW04
Maryland women’s basketball players saw their families’ faces in the Xfinity Center seats before its first home game.
We surprised our players with some familiar faces before our first home game! ❤️ pic.twitter.com/tzIY22eHQU— Maryland Women’s Basketball (@TerpsWBB) December 6, 2020
Former Maryland football defensive standouts continue to ball out on Sundays.
Former Terp J.C. Jackson recorded his seventh interception of the season.pic.twitter.com/tHs3IbnDvb— Matt Levine (@MattLevine__) December 6, 2020
Former Terp Darnell Savage with his third interception in the last two games. pic.twitter.com/3D1QQKjUbO— Matt Levine (@MattLevine__) December 7, 2020