COLLEGE PARK, Md. (AP) — Maryland didn’t spend much time going over the tape of last Saturday’s 52-7 loss to Wisconsin.
“When things like that happen,” coach Randy Edsall said, “it’s always better to put it behind you and move forward.”
By the end of the weekend, the Terrapins were already looking ahead to their next game. Unfortunately, that matchup is this Saturday at Penn State.
There’s some history there, none of it good for Maryland. The teams haven’t met since 1993, before most of the current players on the Terrapins’ roster were born.
But they all seem to know that before this so-called rivalry ended, Maryland was 1-35-1 against Penn State.
“It would mean a lot to get that second win against them,” running back Brandon Ross said Tuesday.
Now that the Terrapins are in the Big Ten, they will face Penn State on a regular basis. For this…
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