How to Watch Michigan vs. Maryland


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Maryland lost their last game, a 31-24 setback to Rutgers. Maryland travels to Michigan State needing to win to keep alive its postseason bowl hopes.

The teams will be meeting for the seventh time, with MI holding a 5-1 series lead.

The Terps stumbled all over themselves in an ugly first half and didn't give a real hint of competing with the Wolverines until it was too late to make things interesting. Moore in check, and he wasn't able to have the kind of break out game that the Terps needed.

Chris Evans scored from 1 yard out with 12:21 to play in the second quarter, and when MI got the ball back on a failed fake punt, Peters found Zach Gentry for a 33-yard score a minute later.

Sophomore quarterback Brandon Peters was a modest 9-of-18 passing for 145 yards, but had two touchdowns in his second start for the Wolverines (8-2, 5-2 Big Ten).

The Wolverines blocked a punt on the next Maryland possession. Any chance of finishing this season with a winning record probably evaporated the moment that promising freshman QB Kasim Hill tore up his knee in the Maryland's first loss of the year against UCF. They ranked No. 4 in the Land of 10 Power Poll. MI figured to be the most vulnerable of the three, and the Terps appeared to be in a disturbing state of disarray in the first half.

The Michigan Wolverines got out to a hot start in this game scoring the first two touchdowns of the game in the first half.

Maryland's only touchdown came from a Ryan Brand-Taivon Jacobs 10 yard connection.

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