The linebacker leads the Terps' stout defense in sacks despite spending more time in coverage on pass plays.
The Terps scored 42 consecutive points and improved to 3-0 with a win over their interstate rivals.
Local recruits Malik Washington and Jaylen Harvey will be in attendance during Friday's marquee matchup, along with others.
The No. 20 Terps missed a penalty kick after conceding one of their own as they dropped their first game against the Cavaliers since 2019.
Maryland football will no longer have to compete in a stacked East division.
The freshman’s second career home run scored the Terps’ only two runs.
The Terps and Cavaliers will clash at Audi Field in Washington, D.C., for the top spot in the nation.
The variability in the Terps' performances keeps them from the win column.
The Terps advance to the Elite Eight where they will play No. 10 Syracuse on Sunday in College Park.