The Terps notched their first win in East Lansing since 1950 to improve to 4-0.
The Terps removed the full team “good-on-good” portion of its practices the last two weeks, which pits the first team offense against the first team defense.
Taulia Tagovailoa proclaimed his goal of a Big Ten title at the team's media day. Mike Locksley feels comfortable with his team talking about loftier ambitions.
The defensive back ended his Maryland career with a game-sealing interception.
The Terps’ finished the season with eight wins, their most since 2010, and notched back-to-back bowl wins for the first time since the 2002 and 2003 campaigns.
With many veterans opting out, the Terps' young talent will get a chance to shine Friday in Charlotte.
Rakim Jarrett, Octavian Smith and other offensive stars shined for the Terps against Buffalo on special teams.
Felton notched the second-most snaps of any Terps wide receiver against Buffalo and coach Mike Locksley lauds local tennis star Frances Tiafoe's victory over Rafael Nadal.
Demus Jr. returned to Capital One Field for his first game action since tearing his ACL against Iowa last season.
The Terps added key recruits from in-state including Jaishawn Barham, Andre Roy Jr. and Octavian Smith Jr.