Pressure on opposing quarterbacks has been hard to come by for the Terps in conference play.
“I can’t ever relax. You never know what’s going to happen week-to-week,” DeSue said.
“It’s mentally demoralizing,” coach Mike Locksley said.
The Terps have dropped five of their past six games.
The Terps' depleted secondary will be tasked with shutting down a trio of talented wideouts.
“Winning isn’t something we talk a lot about. It’s really the process and the habits and behaviors that help you win.”
Mike Locksley did not officially name a starting quarterback, though.
With less than a minute before intermission, the Hoosiers stole momentum.
Quarterback Tyrrell Pigrome threw an interception with one minute left, sealing the Terps' fate.
McFarland has run for 340 yards this season.