2023 Schedule Released for Maryland Football

With the 2022 season already past the halfway point, Maryland football released its schedule for the 2023 season on Wednesday.

Maryland will open the season with home games against Towson, Charlotte and Virginia, marking the first time since 2015 that the Terps will open a season with three consecutive games in College Park. Next season’s opener will mark the first matchup between Maryland and Towson since 2017, while the Terps topped Charlotte 56-21 earlier this season. Maryland will close out non-conference play against Virginia as the two border rivals rematch for the first time since 2014. The Terps hold a 44-32 series lead against the Cavaliers.

Maryland will begin Big Ten play on the road at Michigan State on September 23 before wrapping up the month with a home match-up against Indiana on September 30. The Terps will travel to Ohio State on October 7 before returning home to take on Illinois on October 14. After a bye week, Maryland will travel to Northwestern on October 28.

The Terps will begin November with a home game against Penn State on November 4 before traveling to Nebraska on November 11. Maryland will host Michigan for its home finale on November 18 and then wrap-up the regular season at Rutgers on November 25.

It’ll be the final season that Maryland faces its usual foes with The Athletic reporting that the Big Ten will restructure divisions ahead of the 2024 season when UCLA and USC join the conference. As for the 2023 season, the Big Ten Conference can still select games to be moved to Fridays or other special dates in the near future. Plans regarding the format of future Big Ten football schedules for 2024 and beyond will be announced at a later date, per the school.

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