The Maryland Terrapins are off to a “sick” start in the Big-10 after convincingly winning two straight games—most recently this past Saturday’s impressive 35-19 win at the Penn State Nittany Lions to improve to 2-1.
And now they just got even sicker—sadly—with COVID.
Which is why they will have to wait to try to notch their third consecutive win of the fall after the Terrapins confirmed yesterday that Saturday’s game against the Ohio State Buckeyes has been canceled due to COVID-19 cases within the program and subsequent quarantines. The contest will not be rescheduled, and Maryland is temporarily pausing all team-related activities.
As of now, the Terrapins next play the Michigan State Spartans on November 21 while Number 3 Ohio State faces the Indiana Hoosiers that same Saturday.
Source: CBS Sports