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Maryland football vs. Ohio State to kick off at noon on ABC

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

NCAA Football: Rutgers at Maryland Mitch Stringer-USA TODAY Sports

After its comeback effort against Indiana fell just short, Maryland football has just two more shots at bowl eligibility and will be heavy underdogs in both. First for the Terps (5-5, 3-4 Big Ten), the No. 9 Ohio State Buckeyes come to College Park.

It will be another noon kickoff for Maryland, the conference announced Sunday. It will be the ninth noon start of the season for the Terps, who are 3-5 (2-3) in the time slot, dropping three straight.

After losing its only game of the season, to date, against Purdue on Oct. 20, the Buckeyes (9-1, 6-1) have won their last two. Ohio State comes to Maryland Stadium on the heels of a 26-6 win over Michigan State, knocking the Spartans out of the latest AP top 25 poll. The Terps are 4-2 at home this season, but open as 17-point underdogs, per OddsShark.

Maryland will try to notch its first win over Ohio State since joining the Big Ten on Nov. 17 at noon ET, airing on ABC.

In other news

Field hockey is heading back to the Final Four after taking down Connecticut in overtime, 2-1, on Sunday to avenge last season’s championship game loss. This came after Missy Meharg’s squad squeaked past Albany in the first round.

Here’s the shot from Madison Maguire that sent the Terps back to the Final Four.

Men’s basketball improved to 2-0 in Annapolis on Friday night, beating Navy in the Veterans Classic. It was a game where Anthony Cowan affirmed his status as top dog on this team.

This year’s Classic was a remarkable night and a valuable early-season experience for the Terps. Lila Bromberg was once again on hand and captured some shots from the night.

Women’s basketball was undefeated this weekend, demolishing Coppin State, 93-36, on Friday before earning an 11-point win over Dayton on Sunday.

Volleyball also swept Ohio State on the road on Saturday, setting a new program high for single-season Big Ten wins.

Men’s soccer will have to wait out the NCAA Tournament selection process after getting eliminated from the Big Ten tournament by Indiana in penalty kicks on Friday.

Wrestling had five members place against East Stroudsburg University Open, with freshman Kyle Jasenski taking home the 184-pound wrestling title.

Cross country’s Emily Bracher is heading to the NCAA Championships.