Maryland will look to end its three game losing streak as it welcomes No. 14 Michigan to College Park for Homecoming Saturday.
The Terps come into this matchup after a tough 52-10 loss against undefeated Minnesota last week on the road. Maryland has struggled with consistency from its quarterback play so that will be a huge factor determining if the Terps can maybe keep the game close and pull off an upset.
With Maryland maintaining a 3-5 record and its schedule not getting any easier, bowl eligibility looks to be out of reach for the Terps. However, fans will be hoping the Terps can keep it close with a Michigan team that has struggled a little bit with inferior opponents at times this season.
Maryland comes into this game trailing the all-time series 7-1. Michigan has dominated the series, winning last year 42-21. Maryland’s lone win in the series came back in 2014.
The game will be broadcast on the ABC.
Maryland: 3-5 (1-4 Big Ten)
Michigan: 6-2 (3-2 Big Ten)
All-time series: Michigan leads 7-1
Odds: Michigan is a 21.5-point favorite
How to watch and listen
Saturday, Nov. 2, 12 p.m. (ET), Capital One Field at Maryland Stadium, College Park
TV: ABC (Steve Levy, play-by-play; Brian Greise, analyst; Todd McShay, field analyst; Molly McGrath, reporter)
Radio: 105.7 FM (Balt.) / 980 AM (DC), TuneIn Radio App, XM 81, Sirius 81 (Johnny Holliday, CJ Brown and LaMont Jordan)
Stream: Watch ESPN