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MM 9.13: Maryland men’s basketball vs Notre Dame start time announced

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Maryland men’s basketball will tip off against Notre Dame in the Big Ten/ACC Challenge at 7:15 or 7:30 p.m. on Dec. 4, and the game will be broadcasted on ESPN or ESPN2, the school announced Thursday.

This matchup is one of six to occur on the final day of the 2019 series, alongside Purdue hosting Virginia and Ohio State hosting North Carolina.

The 2019 Big Ten/ACC Challenge is the 21st installment of the series which started in 1999. Maryland has participated in each challenge, accumulating a 10-5 record as a part of the ACC, but going 0-5 as a Big Ten program.

Maryland and Notre Dame last met in 2014 as ACC opponents with the Terps coming away with a 74-66 home win. The two schools have met 20 times since their inaugural meeting in 1975 and have split the series 10-10.

This matchup is the only scheduled Power Five opponent for the Terrapins in nonconference play for this season, outside of potentially facing Texas A&M or USC in the Orlando Invitational.

In other news

Lila wrote a feature about Maryland offensive lineman Ellis McKennie getting the chance to play at Lincoln Financial Field this weekend as a lifelong Philadelphia Eagles fan.

The Terps in the Pros Podcast is back, discussing Week 1 of the NFL season, NBA 2K20, the Premier Lacrosse League and Major League Baseball.

Looking ahead to No. 21 Maryland football’s third matchup of the 2019 season, I took a look at what to expect from the Temple Owls.

Alex Murphy dove into the trip of a lifetime as Maryland volleyball’s Jada Gardner and Erika Pritchard were able to play Volleyball in Japan this past summer.

Maryland women’s soccer gave up a late goal and held a 1-1 double overtime draw against Temple on Thursday.

The university announced plans to add 1,000 seats to the student section for the Friday night matchup against Penn State on Sept. 27.

Maryland football is going with its all-white uniform for Saturday against Temple.

Maryland women’s basketball flexed the accomplishments of head coach Brenda Freese during her time in College Park:

The Athletic ($) wrote about former women’s basketball player Alyssa Thomas and her opportunity to win a WNBA championship with the Connecticut Sun.

Xfinity Center is getting prepped for the basketball season.

Maryland volleyball is staying prepared with some work in the weight room.