Maryland vs. Stanford: Game time, live stream, TV coverage
The Big Ten's Maryland Terrapins (7-5) will meet the Pac-12's Stanford Cardinal (7-5) in the Foster Farms Bowl in Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, California. Stanford allowed just 16 points per game this season, and their defense is anchored by Henry Anderson, a Nagurski Award candidate who recorded six tackles and one sack in the Cardinal's upset of No. 8 UCLA. Maryland's standout wide receiver Stefon Diggs, who suffered a lacerated kidney in early November, is expected to play. In nine games this season, Diggs recorded 52 receptions for 654 yards and five touchdowns.
You can follow the game with live stats and play-by-play here.
How to Watch
Details for Tuesday's game are below:
Kickoff: Dec. 30, 10 p.m. ET
Live Stream: The game can be live streamed here.
TV Coverage: ESPN
11/28: UCLA 10, Stanford 31
Quarterback Kevin Hogan threw for 234 yards and two touchdowns on 16-of-19 passing and gained 46 yards on seven carries to help the Cardinal overcome UCLA on the road. Remound Wright carried 15 times for 64 yards and two touchdowns, while Christian McCaffrey added another 64 yards on 11 rushes. Austin Hooper and Francis Owusu both caught three passes for 51 yards each. Devon Cajuste and Michael Rector each caught one of Hogan's scoring passes.
11/22: Cal 17, Stanford 38
Kevin Hogan completed 75 percent of his passes for 214 yards, but threw one interception as the Cardinal defeated Cal on the road. Remound Wright led Stanford's ground game, carrying 23 times for 92 yards and four touchdowns. Hogan added a touchdown and 46 yards on seven carries. Devon Cajuste and Austin Hooper each had three receptions for 51 and 47 yards, respectively.
11/15: Utah 20, Stanford 17
Kevin Hogan completed 17 of his 27 passes for 104 yards and two touchdowns. Christian McCaffrey led the team with 77 rushing yards on eight carries. Ty Montgomery led the team's receiving corps, picking up 41 yards on four catches; Austin Hooper and Lee Ward each caught one of Hogan's touchdown passes.
11/1: Oregon 45, Stanford 16
Oregon snapped a two-game losing streak against Stanford as Marcus Mariota threw for 258 yards and two touchdowns and ran for two more scores. Stanford has not allowed an opponent to score more than 30 points in 31 straight games. Stanford allowed 525 yards of total offense to Oregon after allowing only an average of 251 yards in its previous eight games. Oregon scored the game’s final 21 points after Stanford trimmed an 18-point lead down to eight towards the end of the third quarter.
10/25: Oregon State 14, Stanford 38
Stanford outgained the Beavers 438 to 221 and held Oregon State to just 12 rushing yards. Kevin Hogan threw two touchdowns and two interceptions, and Christian McCaffrey and Jordan Pratt each caught a TD. The Cardinal defense sacked Beavers QB Sean Mannion six times.
10/18: Stanford 10, Arizona State 26
Stanford was shut out in the first half and was down 20-3 at one point in the fourth quarter. The Cardinal managed just 76 rushing yards and lost two fumbles against the Sun Devils. Stanford's lone touchdown was a 1-yard run by Patrick Skov, who had just three yards on the day.
10/10: Stanford 34, Washington State 17
Stanford bounced back from its loss to Notre Dame with a victory over Washington State.The Stanford defense bested the high-powered Washington State offense, holding the Cougars to just 266 total yards. Kevin Hogan threw for 284 yards and three touchdowns, and Stanford outgained Washington State by 217 yards on the ground.
10/04: Notre Dame 17, Stanford 14
Stanford suffered its second loss of the season during Week 6 against Notre Dame. The Cardinal allowed an Everett Golson touchdown pass with one minute to go in the game to give the Irish the victory. Kevin Hogan threw for just 158 yards with no touchdowns and two interceptions. Stanford finished with just 270 yards of total offense.
09/27: Stanford 20, Washington 13
Stanford earned its first Pac-12 victory this season over Washington. Kevin Hogan threw for 178 yards and one touchdown with one interception. Remound Wright was the top performer out of the backfield with 63 yards on 14 carries. The Stanford defense carried the team to victory, limiting Washington's offense to just 179 total yards.
09/13: Stanford 35, Army 0
The Cardinal defense recorded its second shutout of the season's first three games. Wide receiver Devon Cajuste caught a career-high three touchdowns for Stanford. Running back Barry Sanders ran for a career-high 92 yards on nine carries.
09/06: USC 13, Stanford 10
The loss snapped Stanford's 17-game home winning streak, which was the longest in the country. The Cardinal outgained USC 413-291 but had two turnovers. Kicker Jordan Williamson missed two field goals.
08/30: Stanford 45, UC Davis 0
After offseason shoulder surgery, wide receiver Ty Montgomery returned a punt 60 yards for a touchdown and had five catches for 77 yards and a touchdown. The defense held UC Davis to just 115 total yards. Quarterback Kevin Hogan averaged 12.8 yards per attempt and had three touchdowns.
11/29: Rutgers 41, Maryland 38
Maryland lost at home to Rutgers in its final game of the season despite quarterback C.J. Brown's 195 passing yards and 107 rushing yards. Brown threw for two touchdowns and added another on the ground. Brandon Ross led the team with 10 rushes for 108 yards and two touchdowns. Amba Etta-Tawo had one reception for 71 yards and a touchdown, while Deon Long had seven catches for 65 yards and a touchdown.
11/22: Michigan 16, Maryland 23
Rushing touchdowns from C.J. Brown and Wes Brown helped the Terrapins defeat the Wolverines on the road. C.J. Brown added 165 yards on 13-of-24 passing and 87 yards on 18 rushing attempts, while Wes Brown carried 11 times for 39 total yards. Jacquille Veii and Amba Etta-Tawo led the team's receiving corps, with both recording 45 yards on three and two catches, respectively.
11/15: Michigan State 37, Maryland 15
C.J. Brown threw for 246 yards, two touchdowns and three interceptions while completing 20 of his 43 passes in a home loss to the Spartans. Juwann Winfree led the team with 80 receiving yards and one touchdown on four catches, while Deon Long added 61 yards on three receptions. Wes Brown led the team with nine carries for five yards.
11/1: Maryland 20, Penn State 19
Maryland won on a 43-yard field goal by Brad Craddock with 51 seconds remaining. The Terps forced three Penn State fumbles and William Likely also grabbed an interception. C.J. Brown threw for 161 yards and a touchdown.
10/25: Maryland 7, Wisconsin 52
The Terps did not score until there was a minute left in the game, when C.J. Brown threw a 21-yard touchdown pass to Stefon Diggs. It was the fewest points Maryland scored in a game all season. Diggs added 138 yards on five kick returns.
10/18: Iowa 31, Maryland 38
C.J. Brown threw for 120 yards and two interceptions and missed part of the game due to injury. Perry Hills came in and completed 5-of-10 passes for 86 yards and a touchdown. Stefon Diggs had nine catches for 130 yards and a score.
10/4: Ohio State 52, Maryland 24
Maryland allowed 533 yards of total offense to the Buckeyes, including 264 yards through the air and 269 yards on the ground. The Terrapins turned the ball over four times, and Maryland controlled possession for fewer than 24 minutes in the game. Maryland kicker Brad Craddock connected on a 57-yard field goal for the Terps' first scoring play of the day.
9/27: Maryland 37, Indiana 15
The Terrapins gained 484 yards of total offense and did not commit a turnover during their first victory as a member of the Big Ten. The quarterback duo of Caleb Rowe and C.J. Brown combined to convert 22 of their 33 pass attempts for 361 yards, and running back Brandon Ross averaged more than 10 yards per carry on the ground.
9/20: Maryland 34, Syracuse 20
The Terps were outgained by 220 yards, but Maryland took advantage of two Syracuse turnovers in the victory. William Likely returned an interception 88 yards for a touchdown to give Maryland a 31-13 advantage, and quarterback C.J. Brown completed 16-of-26 passes for 280 yards and two touchdowns.
9/13: West Virginia 40, Maryland 37
Maryland allowed the Mountaineers to accumulate 694 yards of total offense, including 511 passing yards from QB Clint Trickett. The Terps did gain 447 yards, highlighted by a 75-yard touchdown run from quarterback C.J. Brown, but Maryland failed to capitalize on a 4-1 advantage in the turnover margin.
9/6: Maryland 24, South Florida 17
The Terrapins committed six turnovers, but the defense slowed USF's offense to only 257 total yards. C.J. Brown threw for 201 yards and two touchdowns, and Wes Brown led the running game with 61 yards on 13 carries.
8/30: Maryland 52, James Madison 7
Maryland outgained James Madison by a margin of 471-302 and forced former Georgia Tech QB Vad Lee into several mistakes, including three total team turnovers. The Terrapins were dominant on the ground, rushing for 285 yards, and they possessed the ball for nearly 34 of the 60 minutes