Maryland football travels to Bloomington for its third road game of the 2022 season to take on the Indiana Hoosiers, looking to get back to winning ways after falling to Purdue last week.
Now halfway through the regular season, the Terps enter with a 4-2 overall record (1-2 in the Big Ten). The Hoosiers started the season 3-0, but have since fallen in three consecutive games by multiple scores.
The programs have faced off against each other 10 times. The Hoosiers beat the Terps in 1934 and 1935, and after a 79-year hiatus, Maryland joined the Big Ten and rebooted what is now an annual series. Indiana has won five of the eight matchups since the two teams became conference foes, and Maryland is hoping to win in Bloomington for the first time since 2014.
Marylands enters as a double-digit favorite in this year’s game against a struggling Indiana squad. The Terps hope to put up big numbers against a defense considered by most metrics to be the worst in the conference, but nothing can be taken for granted in the Big Ten — especially on the road.
Let’s take a look at today’s matchup.
Maryland: 4-2 (7-6 in 2021)
Indiana: 3-3 (2-10 in 2021)
All-time series: Indiana leads, 7-3
DraftKings Sportsbook line: Maryland -11.5, O/U 62.5
How to watch and listen
Saturday, Oct. 15, 3:35 p.m. EDT; Memorial Stadium, Bloomington, Indiana
TV: ESPN2 — Anish Shroff, Brock Osweiler, Taylor McGregor
Radio: 105.7 FM (Baltimore) / 980 AM (DC) — Johnny Holliday, Steve Suter
Streaming: Watch ESPN
Catch up before the game
Maryland football vs. Indiana preview
Testudo Times Podcast: Maryland football vs. Purdue recap and Indiana preview
Presenting the Big Ten football spreads for week seven
Maryland football fails to convert two-point conversion in final seconds, falls to Purdue, 31-29
Three takeaways from Maryland football’s heartbreaking loss to Purdue
Grading Maryland football’s position groups after its loss to Purdue
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Jakorian Bennett wanted to quit football. Now, he’s living out his dreams on the gridiron at Maryland.
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Odds/lines subject to change. T&Cs apply. See draftkings.com/sportsbook for details.