The Maryland football program opens Big Ten Conference play as it welcomes Purdue to Capital One Field at Maryland Stadium for the first time in history Saturday, Oct. 1, at 3:30 pm.
The Maryland football team recently completed its non-conference slate with an unblemished record for just the second time since 2001.
The NFL leader in receiving yards through two games is a former Maryland Terrapin – and it isn't even a close race.
Maryland freshman quarterback Tyrrell Pigrome replaced starter Perry Hills and on his only play of the game raced 24 yards for the game-winning score in a 30-24 double-overtime win for the Terrapins over UCF on Saturday night.
Two eras of Maryland football shined bright in Minnesota this past week, as sophomore wideout Stefon Diggs and veteran quarterback Shaun Hill led the Vikings to a 25-16 victory over the Tennessee Titans in Week 1.
The Maryland football program returns to the Sunshine State for the second consecutive weekend as it faces the UCF Knights Saturday at 7 pm in Orlando, Fla.
Maryland to face Rutgers in football, wrestling at Yankee Stadium in 2017.
Perry Hills threw for three touchdowns to lead Maryland to a 41-14 win over Florida International Friday night.
More than 15 former Maryland football stars are set to begin action this weekend as the National Football League kicks off the 2016 season.
Maryland looks to build on its successful start to the DJ Durkin era as it travels to Miami, Fla., to face FIU Friday, Sept. 9, at Ocean Bank Field at FIU Football Stadium for a 7:30 kick.
Six Maryland players, including three true freshmen, each scored rushing touchdowns to lead Maryland to a 52-13 season-opening victory over Howard Saturday afternoon at Capital One Field at Maryland Stadium.
When the Maryland football team takes the field against Howard on Saturday, it will have been 616 days since Melvin Keihn suited up for a regular season game.