Terrapins will face old ACC opponents in the Pinstripe Bowl later this month.
ESPN’s kick-off time is set at 2:15 pm. This game will be the 32nd ever meeting between Terrapins and Hokies, both of whom were ACC members from 2004 to 2013.
“We are very happy to be selected to participate in the New Era Pinstripe Bowl,” Maryland State Coach Mike Locksley Said in a statement. “Returning to the playoffs is the next step in our planned upward trend. I am very happy that our players, especially the seniors, will have the opportunity to play inside. Yankee Stadium And experience all the special activities brought about by the bowl tour.I am also very happy that our fans will have the opportunity to drive to New York City And watch our game against former ACC competitor Virginia Tech. ”
Terrapins (6-6) will participate in their first bowl game in five seasons. After beating Rutgers 40-16 on November 27, they qualified for the bowl game. Maryland ranks 19th in the country’s toughest schedule.
“I’m here to build a plan for our former players, a plan that all our fans can be proud of,” Rocksley Said after Maryland won. “This is just one step. We hope this becomes the standard.”
Quarterback Taulia Tagovailoa set a single season record for Maryland State in passing yards (3,595) and completed yards (308). Beginner level completed 68.4% his Passed the ball and completed 24 touchdowns, ranking among the top three of the top ten leagues in almost all passing categories.
Virginia Tech (aggregate score 6-6, ACC 4-4) is beating Virginia to qualify for bowling in the final game of the season. Terrapins has a 16-15 record against Hokies, and when both projects are ACC members, they played five games against Virginia Tech. The last time the two teams played against each other was in 2013 in the last season of the ACC, Maryland won 27-24 overtime in Blacksburg.
New age pinstripe bowl, or “New YorkThe Bowl Game” was established in 2010.
“We are very happy to participate in the Pinstripe Bowl in one of the most iconic stadiums in sports. Yankee Stadium,” Maryland State Sports Director Damon Evans said. “It’s very special to play bowls on the court. New York Metropolitan area with more than 40,000 Maryland alumni.This is the perfect environment for our plan, because we continue to climb under the leadership of the coach Rocksley. he It will prepare our team for the game against Virginia Tech, an enemy we are familiar with in the ACC era. December 29 will be a special day for the entire Terp Nation. “