After a two-week hiatus due to a COVID-19 outbreak in the program, Maryland football will take the field in Bloomington, Indiana, at noon Saturday for a matchup with one of the country’s top teams.
Three weeks ago, the Terps topped the Penn State Nittany Lions for just the third time in their 44 meetings. Behind Rakim Jarrett’s 144 yards and two touchdowns on five catches, Chance Campbell’s defensive touchdown and two fumble recoveries, and Taulia Tagovailoa’s 282 yards on 18-of-26 passing, Maryland rolled to a 35-19 victory in State College.
Since the Terps bested Minnesota in overtime at Maryland Stadium a week prior, the team still sits at 2-1 on the season. Maryland was originally scheduled to play two home games against No. 3 Ohio State and Michigan State over the last two weeks before the coronavirus issues.
No. 12 Indiana (4-1) enters Memorial Stadium off a 42-35 loss to the Buckeyes last week, where quarterback Michael Penix Jr. threw for 491 yards and five touchdowns, contributing to his 1,561 passing yards on the season.
The Terps and Hoosiers kick off at noon and the game will be televised on ESPN2.
All-Time Series: Indiana leads 6-2
Odds: Indiana is a 12-point favorite
How to Watch and Listen
Saturday, Nov. 28, Noon EST, Memorial Stadium, Bloomington, Indiana
TV: ESPN2 (Roy Philpott, play-by-play; Kelly Stouffer, analyst; Dr. Jerry Punch, sideline)
Radio: 105.7 FM (Baltimore) / 980 AM (Washington, D.C.), TuneIn Radio App, Sirius XM 382 (Johnny Holliday, C.J. Brown and LaMont Jordan)
Stream: ESPN App
Catch up before the game
- Maryland football vs No. 12 Indiana preview
- Chance Campbell has solidified his role as the ‘quarterback of the defense’ for Maryland
- Wide receiver Rakim Jarrett is already proving staying home was the right call
- Film room: Maryland football plays lights out in Happy Valley
- Big Ten weekend review: Week Four