The Terps won their first bowl game since 2010 in Mike Locksley's third year at the helm.
The Terps played their most complete game of the season, thanks to contributions from the offense, defense and special teams.
The Terps thoroughly dispatched the Hokies, earning their first bowl victory since 2010.
The Terps added key recruits from in-state including Jaishawn Barham, Andre Roy Jr. and Octavian Smith Jr.
The Terps will be traveling to Yankee Stadium in New York City to face the Hokies on Dec. 29.
Led by defensive lineman Sam Okuayinonu, who was selected to the third team, the Terps had five defenders and six offensive players garner honors.
After four years at Maryland, Mike Locksley's Terps are bowl eligible.
The Terps' offense overwhelmed the Scarlet Knights, sending them to their first bowl game in five years.
The Terps will face No. 8 Michigan in their final home game of the season in hopes of making a bowl game for the first time since 2016.
Okonkwo's role has expanded in recent weeks due to injuries, and he's made the most of his opportunities in the Terps' offense.