Maryland 2023 Football Schedule – COLLEGE PARK, Md. – The University of Maryland’s 2023 football schedule is complete, the Big Ten Conference announced Wednesday. The Terrapins schedule includes seven home games, including games against Virginia, Penn State and Michigan.
Maryland will play the first three games of the season inside SECU Stadium, marking the first time since 2015 that the Terps will open a season with three straight games in College Park.
Maryland 2023 Football Schedule
Maryland opens its 2023 campaign on Sept. 2 against local rival Towson, before facing Charlotte on Sept. 9. The Terps will wrap up non-conference play on Sept. 16 when they welcome former ACC rival Virginia to SECU Stadium.
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Maryland opens Big Ten play on the road at Michigan State on Sept. 23 before rounding out the month with a home game against Indiana on Sept. 30.
The Terps travel to Ohio State on Oct. 7 before returning home to face Illinois on Oct. 14. A week later, Maryland will travel to Northwestern on October 28.
The Terps begin November 4th with a home game against Penn State, before traveling to Nebraska on November 11th. Maryland will host Michigan in its home finale on Nov. 18 and then close out the regular season on Nov. 25 at Rutgers.
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Sept. 2 Towson Sept. 9 Charlotte 16 Sept. 23 Virginia Sept. 23 Michigan State 30 Indiana Oct. 7 Ohio State Oct. 14 Illinois Oct. 28 NW Nov. 4 Penn State Nov. 11 Nebraska Nov. 18 Michigan Nov. 25 Rutgers
Note: The Big Ten Conference may still choose which games to move to Fridays or other special dates in the near future. Plans for the format of the future Big Ten football schedule for 2024 and beyond will be announced at a later date.
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The conference will retain its division structure for another season, ensuring that the Terps will face Big Ten East opponents Ohio State, Michigan, Penn State, and Michigan State.
But their schedule begins with easier opponents, with three non-conference games at home against Towson, Charlotte and Virginia. Maryland traveled to Charlotte this year and won a convincing 56-21.
Conference play against the Spartans begins on September 23. The Trips’ toughest test will come on the road in Ohio on October 7.
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They will face Illinois next week. The Week 8 bye marked the second year in a row that head coach Mike Loxley’s team would have cleared the halfway mark of the season.
After their bye week, Maryland travels to Northwestern before hosting Penn State on Nov. 4. The last time the Trapps played the Nittany Lions at home was in 2021, a 31-14 loss.
Road games against Nebraska on Nov. 11 and Rutgers on Nov. 25, a home game with Michigan to close out Maryland’s regular season. Home games are at McGuirk Alumni Stadium, a neutral site game with UMass serving as the home team and six contests on the road.
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After two games on the road to open the season at New Mexico State (Aug. 26) and SEC F-Auburn (Sept. 2), the Minutemen will host Miami (Ohio) in their home opener on Saturday, Sept. 9. .
After a road game at Eastern Michigan (Sept. 16), Massachusetts will host New Mexico for the first time in program history. The three-game homestand will continue with games against Arkansas State (Sept. 30) and Toledo (Oct. 7) as the Red Wolves make their first trip to McGuirk Alumni Stadium.
Next, to Massachusetts State College, Pennsylvania, for the second time in program history and the first time since 2014, to compete with the Nittany Lions. The Minutemen then head to West Point, New York, to play Army (October 28).
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The Minutemen will finish play at McGuirk Alumni Stadium on Saturday, Nov. 4 against Merrimack. Then, after the trip to Liberty (Nov. 18), UMass will play rival UConn at a neutral site to be announced when serving as the host team.
Season ticket holders from the 2022 season can expect to receive renewal information via email from the ticket office.
Fans interested in becoming a new season pass holder can make a $50 deposit starting February 2. The ticket office will then be contacted to determine the seats before tickets are released for sale to the general public. To make your submission, please visit www./tickets. While Maryland football had just qualified with a win over Northwestern, attention briefly shifted to next season as the Big Ten released its schedule for the 2023 season on Wednesday, finalizing the Terps schedule that already has Includes three previously scheduled non-conference games.
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Maryland will open the season at home for all three non-conference games: Sept. 2 at Towson, Sept. 9 at Charlotte, and Sept. 16 against arch-rival Virginia.
The conference schedule is typical for the Terps with four home games and five away games. Notable away contests include going to East Lansing to play Michigan State in the team’s first conference game on Sept. 23 and traveling to play Ohio State on Oct. 7.
Maryland has some big home games at the end of the season. SECU Stadium will host games against Penn State on Nov. 4 and Michigan in its final home game on Nov. 18.
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Former Terps running back Ty Johnson yelled at rookie running back Roman Hamby during the mic against the Denver Broncos.
24 24 RBRBMD was born as a tie Roman. True identity pic.twitter.com/tm9PHYkbiy — Maryland Football (@TerpsFootball) October 26, 2022
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Maryland women’s basketball guard Cheyenne Sellers ranked No. 12 on the Big Ten preseason list, Megan McCone among the top 20 players.
“@shyannesellers3 has great height and athleticism.” @MeghanMcKeown_’s @TerpsWBB #12 enters! pic.twitter.com/uBeRFPfY6l — Big Ten Network (@BigTenNetwork) October 26, 2022
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Men’s #NCAAS Soccer Photo of the Week Chris Rindoff celebrates #8 @MarylandMSoccer over Michigan State in their homecoming fireworks! https://t.co/1hFCzZTRuz pic.twitter.com/V0DmGmLVRq — NCAA Soccer (@NCAASoccer) October 26, 2022
Landed in Iowa ✈️ Quick stop at Trader Joe’s, match day pic.twitter.com/hmd9CpYQ5z — Maryland Volleyball (@TerpsVolleyball) October 27, 2022
Thank you @USAMLax for this amazing opportunity to play against some of the best players in the world. We grow from the experience and are very grateful for a wonderful day of lacrosse in our home state. Thank you to our families, friends and fans for supporting us. #bethebest #terpnation pic.twitter.com/k1bgCCnx2p — Maryland Lacrosse (@TerpsMLax) October 26, 2022
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Maryland head football coach Michael Locksley added two new commitments to his class of 2023 on Saturday, securing commitments from three-star rusher Dylan Fontes and three-star cornerback Typhon Nelson.
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Nelson and Fontes played high school football together at Cannery, a public school in Brooklyn, New York. The two commits bring Maryland’s 2023 recruiting class to a total of 17 players.
According to the 247Sports Composite, the top-rated prospect for players, Fontes is the three-star slot, the 80th player in the country, and the No. 2 player in New York. Fontes has a large six-foot-five, 245-pound frame and has shown the ability to play on and off the defensive line.
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Nelson is also a three-star recruit on the 247Sports Composite, and is the No. 115 cornerback in the nation and the No. 8 prospect in New York. Nelson joins fellow three-star players Jonathan Akins and Alex Moore as secondary additions to next year’s recruiting class.
According to the 247Sports Composite, the Terps now have the 44th recruiting class in the country in the 2023 class. All 17 Maryland commits are three-star players.
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