When Maryland football heads to Ann Arbor in a little less than two weeks, the game will be broadcast on ABC, the first time the Terps will have played on the network since 2014.
Maryland will be 3-1 coming off a well-timed bye week. Michigan, on the other hand, is also 3-1 after losing the season opener to now-No. 8 Notre Dame. The Wolverines, No. 14 in this week’s AP poll, will travel to Northwestern this weekend before the Terps come to town. This would likely be a battle of ranked teams had Maryland not stumbled against Temple, but instead will be an opportunity for the Terps to beat a second ranked opponent as big underdogs this season.
In 2014, Maryland beat Michigan in Ann Arbor, 23-16. Since then, though, the Wolverines are 3-0 with a 122-13 scoring advantage. One scheduling silver lining for the Terps is that Michigan plays No. 15 Wisconsin the following week, so there’s the possibility of looking ahead.
The game will kick off at noon.
In other news
One of the best basketball prospects in the country will take an official visit to Maryland in October.
Top-10 junior Isaiah Todd will take an official visit to Maryland the second weekend of October. Kentucky recently visited him. Boston College, Florida, Oklahoma State, North Carolina also involved.— Jeff Borzello (@jeffborzello) September 24, 2018
Maryland volleyball’s Allegra Rivas is the Big Ten Defensive Player of the Week.
In Allegra Rivas’ first two career Big Ten matches she:— Maryland Volleyball (@TerpsVolleyball) September 24, 2018
• Leads the conference with 6.17 digs per set
• Had the most digs in a three set B1G match in four years
Your Big Ten Defensive Player of the Week - @allegrarivas‼️
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Prince George’s County prosecutors are requesting an un-redacted version of the Walters report to see if there’s anything that warrants pressing criminal charges.
Anthony McFarland and Tre Watson were rightfully honored for their outstanding games.
The numbers show that Maryland football’s dominant win over Minnesota wasn’t a fluke.
That win also made Maryland Kings of the North once again.