Maryland Football Is Going Bowling For First Time Since 2010!
It’s exciting to know Maryland football will finish the 2013 season with a winning record and a chance to win a bowl game for the first time since 2010.
This will be the first time the Maryland Terrapins (7-5) will find themselves in a bowl game since Coach Randy Edsall became the head coach of the program before the 2011 season.
Most bowl experts and analysts have the Terps headed to the Military Bowl in Annapolis, Maryland.
The Military Bowl has already confirmed that Marshall is the Conference USA representative in this years bowl game. If Maryland is invited, they will most likely accept this bowl bid.
The Marshall Thundering Herd (9-4) is a tough football team that averaged 43 points per game which is eighth best in the nation. Their quarterback, Rakeem Cato, has thrown for 3314 yards and 34 touchdowns this season.
A bowl game gives teams a chance to finish the year strong and head into the next season with a little more confidence. Maryland has an opportunity to continue building for the future as they head into the Big Ten next season.
A win for Maryland would go over well with recruits and the fan base. Coach Edsall needed this season to keep people believing that he is building the program into one that will produce wins and bowl wins year in and year out.
Check back tomorrow to see where the Terps end up and then give us your thoughts on the match-up.
I’ll leave you with this video of some of your favorite Terps bowling. Don’t let them bowl alone!