How to watch Maryland vs. Michigan State.
The Terrapins (2–7) are coming off a 31–24 loss to the Wisconsin Badgers, which marked their sixth straight defeat this season. Maryland took the lead in the first quarter when junior running back Wes Brown scored a 7-yard touchdown, but the Badgers eventually pulled away for the win.
The Spartans suffered their first loss of the season last week, falling to the Nebraska Cornhuskers 39–38. With only 17 seconds left to play, Nebraska quarterback Tommy Armstrong drove his team 91 yards in 28 seconds and threw Brandon Reilly a 30-yard pass for the game-winning touchdown.
How to watch
Details for Saturday’s game are below.
Sept. 5: vs. Richmond (W, 50–21)
Sept. 12: vs. Bowling Green (L, 48–27)
Sept. 19: vs. USF (W, 35–17)
Sept. 26: at West Virginia (L, 45–6)
Oct. 3: vs. Michigan (L, 28–0)
Oct. 10: at Ohio State (L, 49–28)
Oct. 24: vs. Penn State (L, 31–30)
Oct. 31: at Iowa (L, 31–15)
Nov. 7: vs. Wisconsin (L, 31–24)
Nov. 14: at Michigan State (Noon ET, ESPN2/Watch ESPN)
Nov 21: vs. Indiana (TBD)
Nov. 28: at Rutgers (TBD)
Sept. 4: at Western Michigan (W, 37–24)
Sept. 12: vs. Oregon (W, 31–28)
Sept. 19: vs. Air Force (W, 35–21)
Sept. 26: vs. Central Michigan (W, 30–10)
Oct. 3: vs. Purdue (W, 24–21)
Oct. 10: at Rutgers (W, 31–24)
Oct. 17: at Michigan (W, 27–23)
Oct. 24: vs. Indiana (L, 52–26)
Nov. 7: at Nebraska (L, 39–38)
Nov. 14: vs. Maryland (Noon ET, ESPN2/Watch ESPN)
Nov. 21: at Ohio State (TBD)
Nov. 28: vs. Penn State (TBD)