With the help of its senior class, Maryland football has qualified for three consecutive bowl games for the first time in more than a decade.
In this week’s newsletter, we’ll cover Maryland football’s all-important sixth victory, women’s basketball’s loss to South Carolina, men’s basketball’s uneven start to the season and more.
The Terps forced five turnovers, their most in a game since September, to snap a losing streak and secure bowl eligibility in a low-scoring win against Nebraska.
The Terps are bowl eligible for the third consecutive year.
The Terps' quarterback was stellar through five games then inconsistent in four losses.
The Terps have not beaten a ranked Big Ten team since joining the conference nine years ago.
The Terps committed four turnovers and didn't force any in their 36-point loss to Penn State.
The Terps finished with-2 sack adjusted rushing yards and haven’t won in over a month.
The Terps are fourth in the Big Ten East, three games behind division leaders Michigan and Ohio State.
Former Terps commit Donovan Thompson announced he was reopening his recruitment on Sunday.