I went to Maryland. We'd kind of like to have a serious football rival, and we don't. So come on down, Penn State. Maryland and Penn State have historically had a one-sided relationship. The Nittany Lions are a hilarious 36-1-2 against the Terps all time, with the vast majority of those wins coming when the teams played almost annually from the 1960s through 1993.
Then, much like Penn State did with Pitt, the teams just stopped playing.
The Terps are trying to maintain a perfect start, while Penn State needs to avoid trouble at home. Maryland enters Saturday's game at Penn State in a pretty good spot. The Terrapins are 4-0, just a couple of slots outside the top 25...
The Nittany Lions’ Saquan Barkley ran for 202 yards, and Trace McSorley threw two touchdown passes, and the Terrapins fell in a Big Ten battle.