The Maryland football team is ready to put the bye week in their rear-view mirror.
As the Terrapins return to the field, they’ll take on Central Florida, who hasn’t been tested very much during the 2017 season.
Maryland has defeated Texas and Towson to begin the season. Most recently, the Terps dominated the Tigers to the tune of 63-17 win in quarterback Kasim Hill’s first collegiate start.
The Terps have put up 114 points in those two games and still owns the Big Ten’s top scoring offense with 57.0 points-per-game.
Maryland also is third in the conference in total offense with 508.0 yards-per-game. Wisconsin leads the way with 511.0 yards, which is surprising given that the Badgers have played a full game more than the Terps.
The Terps will be looking to continue their positive momentum heading into Big Ten Play.