Cornhole, disc golf and pickleball are being added to the intramural sports slate.
With the NFL season underway amid the coronavirus pandemic, some students are relying on virtual ways to participate in football season.
The Terps returned to practice last week.
The decision impacts cross country, field hockey, soccer and volleyball, among other sports.
The Big Ten hasn't given official word about when the season will start.
The NCAA Division I Council voted in support of a spring cross country season Wednesday.
“I think we’ve kind of turned an inward look on ourselves and said, ‘How do we grow as a program, how do we grow as a group of individuals?’” coach Adam Hughes said.
The home opener will be Oct. 31 against Minnesota.
The first weekend of the 2020 NFL season saw multiple Terps make an impact on the field.