The Terps' offense overwhelmed the Scarlet Knights, sending them to their first bowl game in five years.
The Terps were blown out by Michigan and fell to 2-14 against ranked teams since 2018.
The Terps were outclassed throughout the game, unable to get their elusive sixth win.
The Terps will face No. 8 Michigan in their final home game of the season in hopes of making a bowl game for the first time since 2016.
Okonkwo's role has expanded in recent weeks due to injuries, and he's made the most of his opportunities in the Terps' offense.
The Terps had multiple opportunities deep in the Spartans' territory, but often came away empty-handed in a game Maryland played from behind in its entirety.
Walker is averaging 147.8 rushing yards per game — the most in the nation — while the Terps' run defense has struggled lately.
The Nittany Lions converted 10 third down opportunities, even as the Terps held them at bay for three quarters.
What started as a defensive battle turned into a dominant fourth quarter for the Nittany Lions and a loss for the Terps.
Jacobs, a former four-star recruit, backed up Jake Funk and Tayon Fleet-Davis in his two years in College Park.