It will be the second in a two-game road trip to open league play for the Terps, who will play at Minnesota on Saturday.
The 3-1 Buckeyes, who began the season ranked second and are currently ranked 11th, play at Rutgers this week.
Maryland (2-1) will be trying to recover from its first loss of the season, a 38-10 defeat at home to Central Florida in which starting quarterback Kasim Hill was injured in the first quarter.
Second-year coach DJ Durkin will give an update on Hill’s injury at his weekly Tuesday news conference, a team spokesman said.
Hill appeared to sustain a serious knee injury after getting sandwiched by two UCF defenders.