Maryland football will play Minnesota at noon ET on Fox Sports 1 on Sept. 30, the program announced Monday afternoon.
As a road game in Minnesota, which is in the central time zone, this will be the second Terps game that will kick off at 11 a.m. local time this season; Maryland beat Texas in the other one.
Minnesota will enter the game 3-0 with wins over Buffalo, Oregon State and Middle Tennessee in the first three weeks of the season. The Golden Gophers will have a bye week when Maryland takes on UCF this coming weekend.
The Terps are 1-1 overall against Minnesota, with the Golden Gophers taking the most recent meeting 31-10 in College Park last season in Tyrrell Pigrome’s first college start.
In other news
Maryland volleyball pulled off a couple of impressive wins over the weekend, and even though they fell to No. 7 Washington, they’re not just going to sit back and take it from bigger programs.
The Minnesota Timberwolves officially announced the signing of Melo Trimble Monday afternoon.
In basketball recruiting news, Maryland targets Keldon Johnson and Devon Dotson took official visits to Kentucky and Florida, respectively, this weekend. Both remain uncommitted, which is good news for the Terps. Johnson is scheduled to start his official visit this Friday.
In the Big Ten-ACC Challenge, Duke and Maryland should play. Every year. This should be the rule.
Having grown up watching those games, I agree with him.
Central Florida has been through a lot these past couple of weeks, with Hurricane Irma rolling through Florida. The Knights’ game with Georgia Tech was cancelled last week, and now they’re just excited to play again, per The Washington Post.
Maryland field hockey’s Lein Holsboer was named the Big Ten’s Offensive Player of the Week while Kyler Greenwalt earned Freshman of the Week.