Harrison suffered a season-ending knee injury against Penn State on Sept. 27.
Coach Mike Locksley has focused on building the program's foundation in his first year.
Leake and Anthony McFarland combined for 66 percent of the team's rushing yards in 2019.
McFarland finished his career with 1,648 rushing yards and 24 catches for 199 yards.
The Terps again couldn't get past their own miscues.
The Spartans are looking to become bowl eligible, while the Terps want to finish the season on a high note.
Savoy caught six passes for 56 yards in 2019.
While Locksley and the Terps are out of bowl contention, they're confident in the future of the program.
“We’ve still got a lot more to prove in the two games left.”
In the Terps' past five losses, their opponents have scored on at least their first two attempts.