Ty Johnson, Teldrick Morgan and Roman Braglio helped the Terps to their fourth win.
Hills responded to his first interception, and the Terps amassed 216 rushing yards.
Several factors make the Terps’ game against Purdue ideal for the annual event.
The event will be held Oct. 14 at the Xfinity Center.
DJ Durkin’s coaching staff has impressed, but the wide receivers need to improve.
“We responded the right way,” coach DJ Durkin said.
Hills managed the game and the running backs carried the offensive load in the win.
The soft-spoken sophomore has 184 receiving yards and two touchdowns through two games.
The former athletes represented 10 different Terps programs.
The Terps are the second women’s college basketball team to represent the U.S. in this event.