The weather in State College, PA was setting up well for the Maryland Terrapins as they closed out their regular season schedule against the 12th-ranked Penn State Nittany Lions.
With sleet pouring down to create a sloppy field at Beaver Stadium, the conditions were ripe for Maryland manage the tempo of the game since they’ve evolved into a primarily ground-based offense.
As recent history has indicated, the Terps proved to be no match against a Penn State team hosting its Senior Day. On Saturday, Maryland was dominated and beaten at its own game, with the Nittany Lions racking up 310 yards on the ground against an outmatched Terrapins defense on the way to a 38-3 blowout loss in Happy Valley. (more…)
Moving from the ACC to the Big Ten has been quite the adjustment for fans of the Maryland Terrapins. Some have acclimated themselves with the move quite well. Some, not so much.
While the Terps consistently perform well in lacrosse, field hockey, soccer, women’s basketball and recently completed the best baseball season in its history, all eyes will be on how the football and men’s basketball teams adapt to the move to a conference with predominantly Midwestern schools.
Over the last 29 days, the University of Maryland has done a good job of getting fans ready for the move from the ACC to the Big Ten, which becomes official tomorrow. Through its Twitter account (@umterps), Maryland has produced some quick-hitting “infoegraphics” to give fans knowledge on their new rivals.
Without further ado, here is the collection of all 13 Big Ten opponent “infoegraphics” put together by the Terps. (more…)
The University of Maryland has apparently been gearing up for its upcoming move to the Big Ten Conference (which will be made official on July 1) by shipping out pairs of University of Maryland/Big Ten sunglasses to former athletes, coaches, board of trustees and media members. It’s reach on Twitter is far and wide.
The school plans a two-day celebration including a “Big Ten Night” at Nationals Park on June 30 and an on-campus celebration on July 1, the official day of the move.