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Maryland football is a 1-point underdog against Boston College in the Quick Lane Bowl

This is the Maryland Minute, a short story followed by a roundup of Terps-related news.

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Maryland football is a one-point underdog to Boston College in the Quick Lane Bowl, according to OddsShark. On a true neutral field far from the East coast in Detroit, this game will essentially be a toss-up. S&P+ gives each team a 50 percent chance to win, but gives Maryland an edge in its projection by 0.1 points.

The Eagles match the Terps with a 6-6 record, though in a weaker ACC conference. Boston College comes in with the No. 21 defense according to S&P+, but virtually no offensive threat, ranking No. 125 on that side of the ball. Maryland has been below-average on both sides of the ball with a 81 ranking on offense and 82 on defense.

Our former managing editor and current SB Nation college football writer took to a podcast to discuss the matchup.

The game is set to kickoff at 2:30 p.m. on ESPN on December 26.

In other news

Maryland women’s basketball crushed Saint Peter’s.

InsideMDSports’ Josh Stirn spoke to Mel Kiper, who had positive things to say about Will Likely’s draft stock.

The Washington Post’s Dan Steinberg spoke to A.J. Francis on switching his jersey number to ‘69.’

The Washington Post’s Roman Stubbs talked about cultivating depth in the Maryland men’s basketball lineup.