The Maryland Terrapins are one of the oldest programs in the Northeast. The Terrapins first started playing football in 1892, and have won over 10 conference championships and had 5 undefeated regular seasons since then. The Terrapins also claim the 1953 national championship as the crown jewel in a long list of program accomplishments. Despite being an old, and established program, the Terrapins are some of the new kids on the block in the BIG-10 and look to expand on their winning traditions against the Midwest’s best programs. Before the Terrapins players run out onto the field, each one rubs the nose of the 300 pound statue of Testudo, one of the most recognizable mascots in college football. Testudo roams the sidelines not far from the players, and along with super fan Special K, get the crowd roaring for another Maryland victory. Score with TicketCity - the place to go for Maryland Terrapins football tickets.
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2017 Terrapins Season Preview
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Maryland Terrapins Football at Maryland Stadium Address: 2740 Comcast Center, College Park, Maryland, 20742
The Maryland Terrapins play their home games at Maryland Stadium, in College Park, Maryland. Maryland Stadium has been home to the Terrapins since 1950, and seats over 50,000 fans. 2.5 hours before game time players, coaches, cheerleaders, the band, and thousands of fans take part in the “Terp Alley,” where fans cheer, high five, and get riled up as the players and coaches walk from the bus to the locker room. Once inside Maryland Stadium be prepared to pull out your keys and make some noise for “key,” plays during the game. Maryland Stadium is also home to one of the best super fans in all of college football. Keith “Special K” Moore has been leading the Terrapin faithful in energy for over 2 decades. The Maryland Terrapins home bench is on the Maryland Stadium sideline with sections 20-28. Maryland Stadium parking information is covered in our Terrapins event guide.
Maryland vs. Navy
Known as the Crab Bowl Classic, this is biggest inner-state rivalry in Maryland. The two teams first played each other in 1905, and have been playing for the Crab Bowl Trophy since 2010. The Midshipmen dominated the early years of the rivalry, but the Terrapins have clawed back and hold an edge in the series since 1950. The rivalry is currently suspended on the field, with football fans in the Old Line State hoping it is brought back very soon.
Maryland vs. West Virginia
When the Terrapins and Mountaineers compete on the gridiron it can mean only one thing, really good football. The two schools have played over 45 times since their first meeting in 1919, including a span of consecutive games from 1980-2007. The proximity of both schools to each other means that they compete for many of the same recruits, coaches, and students. This game is usually played earlier in the season, and is often the first major test for both schools.
2012 Maryland Football Preview
After bursting out of the gate in one of the most highly-publicized matchups of the 2011 season, the Maryland Terrapins looked like they were destined for greatness after knocking off Miami (FL) in their first game of the season. However, the season quickly developed into a bit of a nightmare for the Maryland faithful after the team finished with a 2-10 record in head coach Randy Edsall's first year at the helm. Thankfully, with six starters returning on offense and nine on defense, the Terrapins have taken their lumps and could be a serious Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) during the 2012 season.
On offense, the Terrapins will have to make a decision between junior quarterback C.J. Brown and senior Ricky Schultz, but Brown may get the edge thanks to his playing experience during the 2011 season. At tailback, the Terrapins boast an impressive recruiting class, but will have to rely on underclassmen runners like Justus Pickett and Brandon Ross to carry the rushing attack. The wide receiver corps will be lead by senior Kerry Boykins, but the group will need contributions from younger players like Marcus Leak and Levern Jacobs to hit the ground running in 2012. Finally, the offensive line is also littered with underclassmen, but should benefit from their increased playing time from last year.
The Terrapins are one of the few teams in Division I FBS that play in a 3-4 scheme, which is anchored by senior nose tackle A.J. Francis. With Joe Vellano and Keith Bowers on the defensive end spots, the Terrapins have the makings of an impressive rush defense. In the linebacking corps, the team will rely on new starters like Cole Farrand and Alex Twine in the middle, while senior linebackers Darin Drakeford and Demetrius Hartfield can provide solid pressure from the edge. The secondary looks to be the biggest question mark, as the Terrapins have lost both cornerback starters from a year ago, but will return free safety stalwart Eric Franklin to patrol the middle of the field.
The Terrapins will benefit from a much softer schedule during the 2011 season, and the first month of the year looks promising with favorable matchups against Temple, Connecticut and William & Mary. When October rolls around, the Terrapins will jump into the meat of their ACC schedule, but if they build enough momentum during the first month of the season, they could become surprise favorites for the ACC crown.
2014 Virginia Tech Football Preview
Frank Beamer’s squads at Virginia Tech have been so consistent over the years that when the Hokies finish a season with 8 wins, it is almost always an abnormality. Virginia Tech lost quarterback Logan Thomas, and star cornerback Kyle Fuller, and Antone Exum to the NFL draft following the 2013 season, and come into 2014 with question marks at those positions. But don’t count the Hokies out, Beamer has brought in a load of young talent, and junior quarterback Michael Brewer should have the offense mastered for the first kickoff. Look for the boys from Blacksburg to come out in typical Virginia Tech fashion, with outstanding special teams and stifling, fundamentally sound defense. We will know early what to expect from the Hokies as they travel on the road in week 2 to the Horseshoe to take on Ohio State. An October 4th matchup at North Carolina could be between the ACC Coastal Division’s top two teams.
2011 Maryland Football Preview
Ralph Fridgen was the head coach in Maryland for nearly 10 years, but at the end of the last season the school decided to take things in another direction and hired UConn head coach Randy Edsall, who inherits a 9-4 team.
The offense will be led by quarterback Danny O'Brien, who was one of the best freshman quarterbacks in the country last season. Though he will have to avoid a sophomore slump, he is well-suited to lead the Terrapins back to a bowl game. He will have two potential weapons beside him in Davin Meggett and rushing touchdown leader DJ Adams, both of whom are looking to duplicate successful campaigns from 2010.
Though O'Brien was a big story last year, the Maryland defense was even more so. They were one of the best squads in the ACC, and if Edsall is true to form he will have them stopping teams in much the same way this year. Kenny Tate will be the anchor as a strong safety-linebacker hybrid and should provide a strong veteran leadership on this Terrapin defense.
2010 Maryland Football Preview
The inconsistency in the play of the Maryland Terrapins Football team over the past few years has left fans guessing about what kind of team will greet them in 2010. In 2008, the team finished a solid but run-of-the-mill 8-5, despite beating four of their five nationally ranked opponents. Last year, inexperience at the offensive line led to Maryland's first 10-loss season in the history of the program, leading to a last place finish.
Entering 2010, the Terrapins should be able to learn from their rough season and propel themselves from the basement of the ACC's Atlantic Division.
For starters, their star wide receiver Torrey Smith is coming off season in which he scored 5 touchdowns and compiled 827 receiving yards - but the versatile player can do it all. In his junior year, Smith will be relied on as a team leader, as well as kick returner to supplement his receiver role.
The Terps' season begins on September 6 against Navy, a home game at Byrd Stadium. As part of Maryland's uphill battle this season, they'll take on their two biggest rivals on the road: at West Virginia on September 18 and at ACC rival Virginia on November 13.
2009 Maryland Football Preview
Maryland Terrapins Head Coach Ralph Friedgen has been in College Park the better part of a decade. During that time he has brought the Terps football program to previously unforeseen before heights. Maryland fans should be able to count on another strong season in 2009, where Maryland has proved to be one of the top teams in the ACC. If Friedgen can get his Terps playing up to their ability, then watch out for Maryland this season.
2008 Maryland Football Preview
The Maryland Terrapins football program is one of most exciting to watch in college football these days, especially in the postseason - the Terps have won their last 3 bowl games by a combined margin on 95-17! Although they only finished with a .500 season in 2007, the Terrapins are a team to watch in 2008. They defeated two top 10 teams in 2007, and will look to climb the ACC Standings next year. A ticket to Byrd Stadium will be a wild ride this year.