The Terps made back-to-back bowl games for the first time since 2013 and 2014.
Quarterback Taulia Tagovailoa was named to the coach’s All-Big Ten second team.
The Terps notched their first Big Ten shutout since joining the conference in their regular season finale.
Tagovailoa’s 50th passing touchdown as a Terp set the program record, a mark that he previously held alongside Scott Milanovich.
The Terps aim to reestablish offensive success they found early in the season and saw a glimpse of against Ohio State.
Tagovailoa threw for 293 yards and racked up three total touchdowns in the loss.
The Terps' offensive line was blitzed in Wisconsin and Penn State defeats.
The Terps fell behind early and never found their footing in the blowout loss.
The Terps have thrown the ball less than last season, but have seen better results so far.
Badgered by pressure, the Terps' offense cratered against Wisconsin.