Maryland’s tight ends are sure to see an increase in production from last year, when no tight end recorded a single catch.
The Eastern Carolina Pirates flexed their muscle Friday night at Bob “Turtle Smith” Stadium against the Maryland Terrapins. Showing why the pollsters ranked them as the 17th-best in the nation, they overpowered Terrapins starter Hunter Parsons for six early runs and coasted to a 9-0 win in the first of a three-game set.
Some young Terps got three wins vs. Central Michigan.
These twins have an inseparable bond and a love for the game.
This marks only the second time Maryland and Bowling Green are facing off. Last time was a 48-27 Terps loss in 2015 at College Park.