Maryland football looks to continue its strong start to the 2022 season as it travels to Charlotte for its first road game of the season Saturday.
The Terps put away Buffalo with ease in week one, defeating the Bulls 31-10. Redshirt freshman running back Roman Hemby led an impressive Terps running game with 114 yards and two touchdowns on only seven carries. Last Saturday’s game also saw wide receivers Dontay Demus Jr. and Jeshaun Jones take the field for the first time since they suffered respective season-ending leg injuries in 2021.
Head coach Michael Locksley’s squad will now travel to Charlotte, which is ranked the No. 131 team out of the 131 teams in FBS according to The Athletic. The two schools announced a two-game series on March 15, 2016. The 49ers will make the return trip to College Park on Sept. 9, 2023.
Let’s dive into what this week two matchup holds for the Terps.
Maryland: 1-0 (7-6 in 2021)
Charlotte: 0-2 (5-7 in 2021)
All-time series: This is the first-ever matchup between the two schools.
DraftKings Sportsbook odds: Maryland -27, O/U 65.5
How to watch and listen
Saturday, Sept. 10, 3:30 p.m. EST; Jerry Richardson Stadium, Charlotte, North Carolina
TV: Stadium - Chris Hassel, Patrick Murray
Radio: 105.7 FM (Baltimore) / 980 AM (D.C.) - Johnny Holliday, Steve Suter
Catch up before the game
Maryland vs. Charlotte preview
Testudo Times Podcast: Maryland football week one recap and Charlotte preview
Presenting the spreads for Big Ten matchups in week two
Maryland football dismantles Buffalo, 31-10, in season opener
Three takeaways from Maryland football’s season-opening win over Buffalo
Grading Maryland football’s position groups after its season-opening win over Buffalo
“He takes care of us:” A look at the relationship between quarterback Taulia Tagovailoa and the offensive line
Predictions for Maryland football’s 2022 season
Breaking down Maryland football’s 2022 schedule
What the “next step” looks like for Maryland football
How tailgating brings the Terps community together during football season
Maryland football’s special teams unit bolstered by the addition of kicker Chad Ryland
Maryland football’s linemen could be the key to its defense
Maryland football’s defense will rely on returning All-Big Ten corners and new starting safeties in 2022
With Chigoziem Okonkwo gone, Maryland football looks to find a star in returning group of tight ends
How Taulia Tagovailoa can prove he’s the most “underrated player in the country”
Maryland football’s wide receivers could be among the nation’s best in 2022
Maryland football’s running back room looks as deep as ever in 2022
Odds/lines subject to change. T&Cs apply. See draftkings.com/sportsbook for details.