The celebration, which seemed to merge history with the jubilant present, united Maryland fans with the players who had just upset No. 5 Virginia.
“I think they’re coming with a lot of vengeance,” guard Nick Faust said. “They know we can possibly get the victory just because of the type of team we are. They’re definitely going to come with a full head of steam, just because they lost two in a row.”
After losing two straight, Maryland needed this victory, which wouldn't have been possible without Dez Wells dominating over the final seven minutes.
The Terps' big test vs. the Seminoles will be their first game broadcast on ESPN for the first time since 2011.
Recently named starting right guard Michael Dunn among those recently put on scholarship.
Caleb Rowe, Perry Hills and Ricardo Young all showed flashes at Byrd Stadium on Saturday, but Coach Randy Edsall wants to review the film before making a decision.
No movement at backup quarterback, but a linebacker stars with four sacks.
Maryland looks to rebound in the second contest of a two-game road swing.
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The top-ranked Terrapins host Virginia in a nationally televised game on Friday night.