Head coach Randy Edsall of the Maryland Terrapins watches the game against the Marshall Herd during the 2013 Military Bowl at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium on December 27, 2013.
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By SI Wire
September 23, 2014

Maryland Terrapins vs. Indiana Hoosiers

The Indiana Hoosiers (2-1) are looking to build off of the momentum gained in last weekend's win over the Missouri Tigers. In order to do that, the Hoosiers must get by the Maryland Terrapins (3-1) at home. The Terrapins, however, have won both of their road games in 2014. 

You can follow the game with live stats and play-by-play here.

How to watch

Details for Saturday's game are below:

Kickoff: 1:30 p.m. ET

Live stream: The game can be live streamed here

TV coverage: Big Ten Network

Radio: For a list of Indiana affiliates, click here. For a list of Maryland affiliates, click here

Season Recap


Week 4: Indiana 31, Missouri 27

Indiana upset Missouri after a six-play, 75 yard drive was capped off by a three-yard game-winning touchdown run from senior running back D'Angelo Roberts with just 22 seconds remaining. It was Roberts' second touchdown of the game. Running back Tevin Coleman added another touchdown on the ground and 132 yards rushing on the day.

Week 3: Indiana 42, Bowling Green 45

The Hoosiers defense gave up 571 yards of total offense to Bowling Green, including a game-winning touchdown pass with just nine seconds remaining in the game. For Indiana, Nate Sudfeld threw for 347 yards and a touchdown, wide receiver Shane Wynn hauled in ten catches for 139 yards, and junior running back Tevin Coleman rushed for 190 yards and three touchdowns.

Week 1: Indiana State 10, Indiana 28

Indiana rushed for 455 yards and four touchdowns as a team. Coleman led the way with 247 yards and two touchdowns, averaging more than 10 yards per carry. Senior Roberts added 129 yards on the ground and a score of his own.


Week 4: Maryland 34, Syracuse 20

The Terrapins rushed for just 89 yards on 32 carries as a team. However, they found much more success in the passing game. C.J. Brown tossed two touchdowns and threw for 280 yards. Brandon Ross (97 yards) and Marcus Leak (93 yards) both recorded more than 90 yards receiving and a touchdown. 

Week 3: West Virginia 40, Maryland 37

Brown threw for 241 yards, one touchdown and an interception. He added another 161 yards and score on the ground. Terrapins playmaker Stefon Diggs had a breakout game, with 117 yards and a touchdown receiving. The big play for Diggs came in the second quarter when he took a pass from Brown 77 yards for the touchdown.

Week 2: Maryland 24, South Florida 17

Maryland blocked a punt for a touchdown and Brad Craddock converted a 23-yard field goal to give the Terrapins a fourth-quarter comeback win. Brown threw for 202 yards, two touchdowns and two interceptions. 

Week 1: James Madison 7, Maryland 52

Maryland rushed for 285 yards and 5 touchdowns as a team, while the defense did its part by forcing three turnovers. Ross and Wes Brown both rushed for more than 80 yards against James Madison. 

- Josh Sanchez

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