Maryland vs Indiana Predictions
*Consensus from 2096 predictions.
***PICK: INDIANA -1*** The Maryland Terrapins started off the season on a tear but have dropped 2 of their last 3 and have been bitten by the injury bug the past couple of weeks. However the Terps still have things to play for, as they're a win away from becoming bowl eligible and finishing the season strong. There are a lot of distractions around this Maryland program and while Michigan State is great defensively, Maryland managed just nine first downs and 100 total yards in its loss last week. The Maryland Terrapins seem like a team that's ready for the season to end so they can get away from the off the field mess. The Indiana Hoosiers obviously have trouble of their own, but they usually compete hard and can drastically increase their chances at a bowl bid with a victory here. It's just hard to consider betting on Maryland today, taking Indiana at the virtual pick em' at home feels like the smart me for me in this matchup today. Score Prediction: Maryland 24- Indiana 31
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Maryland Terrapins (5-4) take on the Indiana Hoosiers (4-5) on November 10, 2018, 12:00 PM ET at the Memorial Stadium-Bloomington
Terrapins+1 and Hoosiers+1. Over/Under: 54.5.
Maryland is ranked #70 in offense and #49 in defense while Indiana is ranked #83 offensively and #86 defensively.
ATS Betting Trends:
Maryland Terrapins is 3-3 (3-3 ATS) and Indiana Hoosiers is 1-5 (2-4 ATS). The over / under for Maryland the past 10 games is 3-3 while Indiana Hoosiers o/u is 5-1.
Predicted Score: Terrapins 26 - Hoosiers 22.
SJ Computer Pick: Maryland Terrapins +1 and UNDER 54.5.
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Testudo Times: Maryland men's soccer eliminated from Big Ten tournament by Indiana in penalty kicks
Maryland men's soccer has been eliminated from the Big Ten tournament. In the semifinal match against No. 1-seed Indiana, the Terps matched the Hoosiers, 1-1, for 110 minutes before losing 4-3 in penalties.
Andrew Gutman gave Indiana in the second half, marking three goals against Maryland in two games this season. Ben Di Rosa was able to score his first career goal just over ten minutes later, but in penalties, the Hoosiers beat goalkeeper Dayne St. Clair four times to advance to the final.
The Hoosiers were the better team for most of the day, easily winning the shots battle by a 22-12 margin.
Testudo Times: Maryland football's comeback falls short in 34-32 loss at Indiana
Maryland football lost a back-and-forth affair Saturday at Indiana, falling to the Hoosiers 34-32 and dropping to 5-5 this season.
The Terps started strong, taking a 6-0 lead after the first quarter, then fell apart early in the second, as Indiana scored three unanswered touchdowns to roar ahead 21-6. Maryland cut the lead to 21-15 at halftime, but Indiana extended it to 31-15 in the third quarter before Maryland made its run. Seventeen unanswered points gave the Terps a 31-31 lead with under five minutes left, only for Indiana to take the lead right back on a field goal at the 2:32 mark.
Official Site of the Hoosiers: Late Defensive Push Helps Indiana defeat Maryland, 34-32
BLOOMINGTON, Ind.-- In the closing minute of Saturday afternoon's contest, the Indiana defense came up with a fumble that would secure the 34-32 victory for the Hoosiers (5-5, 2-5 Big Ten) over Maryland (5-5, 3-4 Big Ten).
The Terrapins were the first to score with a pair of field goals in the first quarter. After settling in, and the Indiana offense scored 21 unanswered points the second quarter that saw Ramsey, , and score. Maryland tacked on nine points before the half to make the score 21-15 Indiana at halftime. In the opening drive of the third quarter Ramsey found for to increase the Hoosiers lead to 13.
The Crimson Quarry: Three Things: Indiana 34, Maryland 32
Indiana played the hits on Saturday, returning to its #CHAOSTEAM years against Maryland in a shootout. Four takeaways, some big runs and a ton of injury luck going Indiana's way led to a 34-32 win, keeping Indiana on track for a bowl game.
While Ramsey has always been limited in his throws downfield, Indiana largely abandoned them this season. Today, the Hoosiers opened up the playbook and Ramsey had a mixture of great passes (see: touchdowns to Hale, Donovan and Westbrook, Nick) and some jump balls receivers came down with.
Jump balls typically are bad ideas for obvious reasons but with two huge receivers like Hale and Westbrook who excel at getting up and catching jump balls, there's merit to just throwing it up from time to time and letting your receiver make a play, as was the case today.
Testudo Times: GameThread: Maryland football vs. Indiana
Maryland football visits Indiana on Saturday with another chance to clinch bowl eligibility. The Terps and Hoosiers kick off at noon ET on BTN.
Interim head coach Matt Canada is an Indiana alum, so it's a homecoming game for him. Maryland and Indiana have played high-scoring contests the last two years, with the Hoosiers winning 42-36 in Bloomington two years ago and Maryland winning 42-39 in College Park last year. This year's Hoosiers team is 4-5 but just 1-5 in the Big Ten, while Maryland comes in 5-4 and alternating wins and losses in its last eight games.
Consensus betting prediction from the Covers.com community:
Indiana Hoosiers (67% consensus)... http://bit.ly/2pBLHYx
Testudo Times: How to watch Maryland football vs. Indiana
After a tough 24-3 home loss to No. 18 Michigan State, Maryland football has its second crack at securing bowl eligibility on Saturday against Indiana.
The Terps had 100 total yards of offense and 26 rushing yards against the Spartans and their top-ranked rushing defense. Indiana's defense is not quite as good as Michigan State, as the Hoosiers give up just under 400 total yards of offense a game, including 162 rushing yards on average.
However, the Hoosiers also average 415.1 yards a game on offense, including 256 in the air. Indiana has given up 29.8 points per game, more than their average points scored, which favors the Terps despite the home-field advantage for Indiana as a slight favorite.
Betting Prediction for Maryland Terrapins vs Indiana Hoosiers on November 10, 2018, 12:00 PM ET
Free Betting Prediction: Indiana will WIN , Maryland will Cover , and the Total will go Under .
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Baltimore Sun: Back home in Indiana, Maryland football coach Matt Canada focused more on present than past
Maryland interim coach and offensive coordinator Matt Canada does not seem to be the nostalgic type, much more wrapped up in the present than the past. Nor does he seem consumed with his uncertain future.
It has served him well throughout his coaching career, in particular this season as he has helped the Terps navigate through more tragedy than triumph, more turmoil in a matter of three months than many teams go through in a decade.
What some might think is a homecoming at Indiana --filled with memories about the roots of how the 46-year-old Canada decided to spend his adult life -- is just another game, he said Tuesday.
Testudo Times: Maryland football vs. Indiana preview
After the chaos of last week and a 24-3 loss at Michigan State, Maryland football is, to whatever extent it can be, back to business as usual this week. With no coaching changes or practice altercations this week, the Terps are set to visit Indiana on Saturday.
It's Maryland's second chance at clinching bowl eligibility, and although the team has three games left, this might be the last realistic chance at earning that sixth win. The Terps' two games following this are against Ohio State and at Penn State, against whom they'll be severe underdogs. Saturday's game is also a homecoming for Maryland interim head coach Matt Canada, who was a student assistant coach at Indiana and returned to the staff from 2004-10.
The Crimson Quarry: INDIANA vs MARYLAND: Game preview, odds, how-to-watch, and more
Who? Indiana Hoosiers (4-5 [1-5], #83 S&P+) vs. Maryland Terrapins (5-4 [3-3], #65 S&P+)
When? Saturday, 11/10/18 12:00 PM, Bloomington, IN
S&P+ Projection? Maryland-0.6
Indiana's no-show on the road against a bad Minnesota team paired with Romeo, Archie and company looking promising has interest in the football program at an all-time low this season and rightfully so.
Considering where this program was two months ago and where it is now, one could almost argue they don't deserve attention.
Official Site of the Hoosiers: Quoted: Indiana vs. Maryland
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - The Indiana football team takes on Maryland after its bye week on Saturday afternoon. Kickoff is set for noon ET on BTN.
Each week we will compile five quotes and storylines recapping the previous game and previewing the upcoming one.
"Really a productive last several days with our team before we gave them some time off. Practiced Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday of last week, then gave them Thursday, Friday, Saturday off. Got them back on campus yesterday (Sunday). A chance for some kids to go home if they could, get a physical, mental, emotional break for our guys.
Official Site of the Hoosiers: Game Notes: Indiana Hosts Maryland
Setting The Scene
*Indiana (4-5, 1-5 B1G East) returns off its bye week to host Maryland (5-4, 3-3 B1G East) on Saturday, Nov. 10. Kickoff is set for noon EST at Memorial Stadium (52,656; FieldTurf) on BTN.
*IU leads the all-time series 4-2, including a 2-1 mark at home.
*The Hoosiers earned a 42-36 victory the last time the two teams met at Memorial Stadium on Oct. 29, 2016.
*Former wide receiver Glenn Scolnik (1970-72) will officially be inducted into the Indiana Athletics Hall of Fame on Friday and will be recognized at halftime on Saturday.
Official Site of the Hoosiers: Media Monday: Indiana Plays Maryland Following Bye Week
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - Indiana returns from its bye week to face Maryland on Saturday, Nov. 10, for a noon ET kickoff. The game will be televised on BTN.
Head coach Tom Allen and selected players met with the media on Monday to preview the matchup with the Terrapins. Below is Allen's transcript.
TOM ALLEN: Good morning. Feels great to be back after our bye week, a chance to reflect on our last game, move forward.
Really a productive last several days with our team before we gave them some time off. Practiced Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday of last week, then gave them Thursday, Friday, Saturday.
Testudo Times: Maryland football to play Indiana at noon on BTN
Maryland football's Week 11 matchup against Indiana will kick off at noon ET Saturday on the Big Ten Network. It'll be the Terps' eighth noon start in 10 games this season.
Alert | Our game vs. Maryland this Saturday will be a noon kick on BTN.-- Indiana Football (@IndianaFootball) November 4, 2018
Maryland has been in the noon BTN slot three times this year, all at home. The Terps lost to Temple in Week 3, but bounced back to crush Minnesota the following week and Rutgers in Week 7. Maryland's other BTN game was the 63-33 win over Illinois, which kicked off at 3:30, and the Terps are 4-3 in noon starts.
Statfox free score prediction: 25 to 22. Total score: 47. Bet the over!
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