According to head coach Mike Locksley and others within the program, Maryland football could use some pride.
Maryland football fell victim to another one-dimensional attack and couldn’t find an answer to a determined rushing offense.
Maryland football bounced back with a Minnesota win last year. It can do the same in 2021.
Maryland football will get a brand new shot at toppling a top ten team with its week six contest against Ohio State.
Maryland football earns the first blemish of its record in a brutal loss to Iowa.
2016 was the last time Maryland went 4-0 and the Terps fell apart, but this years team brings something different.
The game wasn’t perfect, but the Terps record remains flawless.
Head coach Mike Locksley had one question answered at Illinois — plenty more remain, especially those regarding discipline.
Maryland’s offense dominated in a 62-0 win.
The Maryland offense flatlined throughout the season opener, but ultimately delivered in crunch time.