The Terps will take on the Tigers in Nashville and look to win three straight bowl games for the first time without some key players already set to enter the transfer portal.
Shyanne Sellers scored a career-high 28 points in the Terps' comeback win.
Smith had four wins, more than the rest of the Terps combined.
The Terps fell to 1-10 on the road against Big Ten opponents under coach Kevin Willard.
Walker, a four-star recruit, is set to leave after his catching four passes as a freshman for the Terps.
The Terps recorded a winning percentage of .500 or better and recorded seven Big Ten wins for the third straight season, but haven't reached coach Adam Hughes' lofty ambitions.
Alexander made 11 consecutive field goals, including seven three-pointers, to set a new career high of 29 points in the Terps’ demolition of the Purple Eagles.
Brown now wrestles at 133 for the Terps after starting the season at 125.
Tony Skinn and Grant Billmeier, assistants on Willard's Terps last season, are now first-year head coaches at George Mason and NJIT.
After three straight wins in College Park, the Terps will go on the road to take on 5-1 Indiana on Friday.