The Terps are fourth in the Big Ten East, three games behind division leaders Michigan and Ohio State.
The linebacker leads the Terps' stout defense in sacks despite spending more time in coverage on pass plays.
The Terps forced four turnovers after halftime in another dominant defensive effort.
The Terps deploy a collection of defensive lineman and linebackers with versatility to play multiple positions.
The Terps notched their first Big Ten shutout since joining the conference in their regular season finale.
The Terps' backup quarterback aided their running game, helping them come from behind in the fourth quarter to defeat the Hoosiers.
Following a lackluster defensive performance against Charlotte, the Terps will turn their attention to a potent SMU offense.
The Terps are confident the sophomore safety will stabilize their secondary.
Brian Braswell is also joining Mike Locksley's staff as the Terps' new offensive line coach.
While Locksley and the Terps are out of bowl contention, they're confident in the future of the program.