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Maryland football’s game time vs. Michigan announced

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

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Maryland football has another 3:30 p.m. kickoff on Nov. 11, this time against Michigan on the Big Ten Network, the program announced Monday.

The Terps (4-4, 2-3 Big Ten) are fresh off a 42-39 Homecoming win over Indiana, and are gearing up to take on Rutgers in Piscataway. Meanwhile Michigan (6-2, 3-2) hosts Minnesota Saturday night, after taking down the Scarlet Knights last weekend, 35-14.

The Terps have gone 1-2 against the Wolverines since moving to the Big Ten. Maryland took the first matchup in 2014, but Michigan has won the two subsequent meetings, including a 56-point blowout last season.

Maryland is quickly getting used to that mid-afternoon time slot. This matchup against the Wolverines will mark the Terps’ third straight 3:30 p.m. kickoff and sixth mid-afternoon start in the season’s first 10 games.

In other news

The Terps managed to cap of Homecoming weekend with a win, but will need to bring the same level of intensity against Rutgers this week to keep their postseason hopes alive.

In order to get ready for the season, we’re breaking down the men’s basketball roster by position. We kicked off the week with the point guards, where Anthony Cowan holds the reigns.

Antoine Brooks has quickly become one of the most feared playmakers on Maryland’s defense, and his profile has just been building since he moved to the nickel, The Diamondback’s Dan Bernstein writes.

Sean Obi is the latest in a line of graduate transfers to choose Maryland, but College Park is just the next part of his journey, The Baltimore Sun’s Don Markus writes.