Maryland football will welcome fans to Capital One Field at Maryland Stadium for the 2021 homecoming game when it hosts the Indiana Hoosiers on Saturday at noon.
This is the Terrapins’ first home game since Oct. 1 and it will feature a ceremony honoring the 20th anniversary of the program’s 2001 ACC Championship.
The Terps will look to get their season back on track, having lost their last three games in convincing fashion after rattling off four straight victories to start the season. The defensive unit has allowed an average of 50.3 points per game since the team’s win over Kent State,
Despite starting the season ranked No. 17 in the country and following back-to-back winning seasons, Indiana currently sits tied with Rutgers at the bottom of the Big Ten East and holds a conference record of 0-4. The Hoosiers, like Maryland, are on a three-game losing streak and lost 54-7 to Ohio State last week.
Maryland: (4-3, 1-3 Big Ten)
Indiana: (2-5, 0-4 Big Ten)
All-time series: Indiana has an all-time record of 7-2 against Maryland and has won the last three matchups. The teams first faced off in 1934 and have played every year since 2014. The Hoosiers won last year’s game 27-11.
Odds: Maryland -4.5
How to watch and listen
Saturday, Oct. 30, 12 p.m. EST; Capital One Field, College Park, Maryland
TV: The game will be broadcast on Big Ten Network with play-by-play from Chris Vosters and analysis from Matt Millen.
Radio: Fans can listen to the game on WJZ 105.7 FM (Baltimore) and TEAM 980 AM (D.C.) with Johnny Holliday and Steve Suter calling the action.
Streaming: The television broadcast can be streamed on either the Fox Sports App or Big Ten Plus. The radio broadcast can be accessed on both ESPN980.com and the One Maryland App.
Catch up before the game
- A look into the Maryland football culture head coach Michael Locksley is creating
- Maryland football vs. Indiana preview
- Maryland football’s defense needs to recapture its early season success in Indiana matchup
- Testudo Times Podcast: Homecoming edition
- Maryland football lands pair of Glades Central three-star offensive linemen in Class of 2022