Two starting quarterbacks lost for the season with torn ACLs in the span of three games. Two road wins as double-digit underdogs.Two blowout defeats, most recently a 62-14 demolition last week at Ohio State.
A season with its share of both adversity and resilience for the Maryland Terrapins football team continues Saturday against Northwestern.
If second-year coach DJ Durkin can take any solace from what transpired at Ohio Stadium against the then-No. 10 Buckeyes, it’s the fact that his Terps have rebounded well before.
One week after losing budding freshman star Kasim Hill in a 38-10 home defeat to still unbeaten Central Florida, Maryland responded with a 31-24 road win...