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Maryland vs. Michigan State: How to watch Week 5 matchup

Can the Terps improve to 4-1 against a struggling Michigan State team?

Maryland v Michigan Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images

Maryland football (3-1, 0-1 Big Ten) will take the field for its second Big Ten game Saturday as it hosts the Michigan State Spartans (2-2, 0-1 Big Ten) at “The Shell.”

Saturday will mark the debut of SECU Stadium, the new name for the Terps’ home field, which was previously named Capital One Field at Maryland Stadium. The university announced the partnership with SECU — pronounced “see-cue” — on Sept. 16. The deal between the parties is for 10 years and guarantees Maryland $11 million, $2.5 million of which will go toward the new basketball practice facility.

The Terps have struggled against Michigan State as a Big Ten member, owning a lowly 1-6 record against the Spartans since 2014. In the most recent meeting between the programs, Michigan State walked away with a 40-21 home victory on Nov. 13, 2021.

Though the Terps are rightful favorites after competing with No. 4 Michigan on the road in week four, they could have their hands full with the Spartans on a groggy day. AccuWeather projects that College Park will be hit with some rain and wind from Hurricane Ian.

Let’s take a look at the matchup.

The numbers

Maryland: 3-1 (7-6 in 2021)

Michigan State: 2-2 (11-2 in 2021)

All-time series: Michigan State leads, 10-2

DraftKings Sportsbook line: Maryland -7.5, O/U 58

How to watch and listen

Saturday, Oct. 1, 3:30 p.m. EDT; SECU Stadium, College Park, Maryland

TV: FOX Sports 1 — Play-By-Play: Noah Eagle; Analyst: Mark Helfrich

Radio: 105.7 FM (Baltimore) / 980 AM (DC) — Johnny Holliday, Steve Suter

Streaming: FOX Sports

Catch up before the game

Maryland football vs. Michigan State preview

Testudo Times Podcast: Maryland football at Michigan recap and Michigan State preview

Maryland football’s upset bid comes up short, falls to No. 4 Michigan, 34-27

Three takeaways from Maryland football’s competitive 34-27 loss at No. 4 Michigan

Grading Maryland football’s position groups after its seven-point loss at No. 4 Michigan

Presenting the spreads for all Big Ten matchups in week five

Family bonds, strong values have paved the path for Roman Hemby’s success on the big stage

Jakorian Bennett wanted to quit football. Now, he’s living out his dreams on the gridiron at Maryland.

Maryland Athletics inks partnership with SECU, football stadium to be renamed SECU Stadium

“He takes care of us:” A look at the relationship between quarterback Taulia Tagovailoa and the offensive line

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