Maryland football will play host to Ohio State at 3:30 p.m. on November 14th, the Big Ten announced Monday. The game will air on Big Ten Network.
The Terrapins have still yet to beat the Buckeyes since joining the Big Ten, with Ohio State’s average margin of victory sitting at 36 points. The 2019 matchup between the two teams ended in a 73-14 victory for the Buckeyes in Columbus.
The last time Ohio State visited Maryland Stadium, the Terrapins nearly won in overtime behind the play of running back Anthony McFarland, who shined for 304 rush yards. Maryland was a two-point conversion away from derailing the Buckeyes’ playoff hopes, but lost, 52-51.
The Terps travel to Happy Valley this weekend to face their Week Three opponent, Penn State.
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Red, White, Black and Gold swag.— Maryland Basketball (@TerrapinHoops) November 2, 2020
Our kicks for 20-21 pic.twitter.com/Lhuf1wvqnI
Former All-Big Ten big man Bruno Fernando compared his NBA growth to his time in College Park.
Bruno became a beast from year one to year two in CP.— Maryland Basketball (@TerrapinHoops) November 2, 2020
Same growth is coming in the NBA. pic.twitter.com/L8F8rT6V5x
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