Maryland-Virginia will kick off at 3 p.m. on Oct. 13 in Charlottesville, the ACC has announced. The game will be broadcast on regional sports networks, so expect CSN Washington to have it.
The Terrapins are 42-32-2 against the Cavaliers in a series that dates from 1919, but Virginia has won four of the last five. However, the road team has won five of the past six in the series.
The Cavs won 31-13 at Byrd Stadium last season behind 145 yards and two touchdowns from running back Perry Jones. Virginia is 2-3 but has lost three straight, and travels to Duke this weekend, while the Terps host Wake Forest before hitting the road.