Maryland inks football home-and-home with Virginia

Feature photo courtesy of Maryland Athletics.

Maryland will revisit its rivalry with former ACC opponent Virginia with a two-game series in 2023 and 2024, the school announced today.

No team has played Maryland more than Virginia, with the Terrapins leading the all-time series 44-32-2. Maryland won 16 contests in a row from 1972-1987, the longest win streak for either team in the series. The Terrapins defeated the Cavaliers in their last two meetings in 2012 and 2013.

Maryland joined the Big Ten in 2014, but Virginia isn’t the only former conference rivalry the Terrapins plan to revisit. A four-game series with Virginia Tech is scheduled from 2026 to 2029, with Maryland hosting the first and third games. Maryland leads that series 16-15, having won the last matchup in 2013.

Edited by Justin Meyer.

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Connor Mount is an analytics enthusiast, which is polite for "sports nerd." Philip Merrill College of Journalism, University of Maryland, Class of 2017.
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Connor Mount is an analytics enthusiast, which is polite for "sports nerd." Philip Merrill College of Journalism, University of Maryland, Class of 2017.