In the last churn of a meat-grinder series of games, the Maryland football team was the sausage again.
Unable to move the ball or maintain possession for much of the final 47 minutes Saturday afternoon, the Terps fell to No. 13 Michigan State, 24-7, in their first visit to Spartan Stadium in 65 years.
It was Maryland’s fifth loss in six games to a team in the top 25 of the College Football Playoff rankings. It was also the wrong day to play an angry Spartans team (9-1, 5-1 Big Ten Conference) with CFP dreams.
“Our kids gave a great effort once again,” said interim coach Mike Locksley, whose Terps fell to 2-8, 0-6 with their seventh straight defeat....