Maryland defense vs. Rutgers offense: Last season, the Scarlet Knights torched the Terps secondary in their epic comeback victory in College Park. Rutgers had three 100-yard receivers in that game, and all three — Andre Patton, Leonte Carroo and Janarion Grant — returned this season. Maryland standout cornerback Will Likely (ankle) missed practice earlier this week, so the Terps could need a younger corner such as Darnell Savage Jr. or Jarrett Ross to play a more significant role. The Rutgers offensive line, though, has allowed the third-most sacks in the Big Ten, which defensive end Yannick Ngakoue and defensive tackle Quinton Jefferson could take advantage of. Rutgers has three running backs averaging at least 47 yards per game in Robert Martin, Josh Hicks and Paul James.