Sep 5, 2015; Nashville, TN, USA; Bowling Green Falcons head coach Dino Babers on the sideline during the second half against the Tennessee Volunteers at Nissan Stadium. Tennessee won 59-30. Mandatory Credit: Jim Brown-USA TODAY Sports
Despite not being a huge program, Bowling Green could be very dangerous. We’ll take a look at five players to watch for against Maryland on Saturday:
Maryland opened the 2015 season with a lopsided win over Richmond, despite some shaky moments in the first half. Bowling Green comes to College Park one week after being defeated by No. 25 Tennessee. The Falcons put up a strong offensive performance against the Volunteers and proved that they can hang with just about any team when that unit is rolling. Here are five Bowling Green players that Maryland will need to keep an eye on this Saturday.