The Terps are 3-41-1 all-time against the Nittany Lions.
The Terps relied on their depth to defeat Northwestern and become bowl eligible after just eight games.
Multiple players with limited experience stepped up in the Terps' win over the Hoosiers.
Only one of the four players who started in last year’s Pinstripe Bowl victory was named a starter when the Terps released their first depth chart of the season.
The Terps played their most complete game of the season, thanks to contributions from the offense, defense and special teams.
The Terps were blown out by Michigan and fell to 2-14 against ranked teams since 2018.
The Terps were outclassed throughout the game, unable to get their elusive sixth win.
Walker is averaging 147.8 rushing yards per game — the most in the nation — while the Terps' run defense has struggled lately.
The Terps will turn to their depth as they try to upset the Buckeyes.
The Terps' coach cut his teeth as a coordinator with the Fighting Illini in the 2000s.