One-time Atlantic Coast Conference members Maryland (2-1) and Syracuse (2-0) square off Saturday in the Carrier Dome. Maryland is coming off its first loss of the season, a 40-37 defeat at the hands of West Virginia at home, while Syracuse returns home after a 40-3 thrashing of Central Michigan. The Orange lead the all-time series with the Terps 19-14-2 and have won the last five meetings.
You can follow the game with live stats and play-by-play here.
Details for Saturday's game are below:
Kickoff: 12:30 p.m. ET
Live stream: The game can be live streamed here.
TV coverage: ESPN3/ACC Network
Linebacker Cameron Lynch leads the ACC with 11.5 tackles per game.
Running back Adonis Ameen-Moore has 125 rushing yards in two games, more than in any of his first three seasons.
The Orange are 9-0 under coach Scott Shafer when leading after three quarters.
Maryland is in the top 10 in FBS in both punt returns and kick returns, averaging 28.9 yards per punt return and 27.7 yards per kick return.
The Terrapins have outscored their opponents 55-19 in the second half this season.
Quarterback C.J. Brown rushed for 161 yards against West Virginia, the second-highest single-game total for a quarterback in Maryland history.
The Terrapins are averaging 37.7 points per game this season, which is ahead of the school record of 35.5 points per game set in 2001.
Maryland has three one-play scoring drives this season after having just one all of last year.