The No. 2 Michigan Wolverines (10-0) meet a familiar opponent when they visit the Maryland Terrapins (6-4) on Saturday, November 18, 2023 at Capital One Field at Maryland Stadium in a Big Ten showdown.

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When is Michigan vs. Maryland and when does it start?

This contest between the Wolverines and Terrapins will take place on Saturday, November 18, 2023. Be ready to see the kickoff at 12:00 PM ET.

Where to watch Michigan vs. Maryland

The Wolverines and Terrapins will take to the field at Capital One Field at Maryland Stadium for this matchup on November 18, and if you’d like to catch the matchup live, get your tickets now from Vivid Seats!

What channel is the game on?

You can catch this game live on FOX.

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Michigan vs. Maryland Game Preview

Michigan Stats & Insights

  • In their last game, the Wolverines won 24-15 over the Penn State Nittany Lions.
  • On defense, Michigan has been a top-25 unit, ranking best by surrendering just 232.0 yards per game. The offense ranks 48th (411.3 yards per game).
  • The Wolverines have the 58th-ranked offense this season in terms of passing yards (237.4 passing yards per game), and they’ve been better on the other side of the ball, ranking best with only 134.6 passing yards allowed per game.
  • Michigan ranks 46th in rushing yards this year (173.9 rushing yards per game), but has been thriving on the defensive side of the ball, ranking 12th-best in the FBS with 97.4 rushing yards allowed per game.
  • The Wolverines have been firing on all cylinders this year, as they rank 10th-best in scoring offense (39.0 points per game) and best in scoring defense (7.5 points allowed per game).

Maryland Stats & Insights

  • The Wolverines beat the Penn State Nittany Lions 24-15 in their last outing.
  • Maryland is posting 396.6 total yards per contest on offense this season (60th-ranked). Meanwhile, it is surrendering 340.9 total yards per contest (39th-ranked).
  • The Terrapins’ pass defense ranks 54th in the FBS with 218.2 passing yards allowed per contest, but they’ve been led by their offense, which ranks 24th-best by accumulating 281.0 passing yards per contest.
  • Maryland’s running game has not been getting things done, ranking 23rd-worst in the FBS with 115.6 rushing yards per game. It has been better on defense, giving up 122.7 rushing yards per contest (33rd-ranked).
  • From an offensive angle, the Terrapins are compiling 28.9 points per contest (57th-ranked). They rank 47th in the FBS on the other side of the ball (22.4 points given up per game).

Michigan Key Players to Watch

  • J.J. McCarthy leads Michigan with 2,194 passing yards (219.4 ypg) on 163-of-214 passing with 18 touchdowns compared to three interceptions this season. He also adds 171 rushing yards (17.1 ypg) on 45 carries while scoring three touchdowns on the ground.
  • Blake Corum has carried the ball 152 times for a team-high 794 yards (79.4 per game), with 18 touchdowns this year.
  • This season Donovan Edwards has rushed for 284 yards (28.4 per game) on 84 carries with three touchdowns, while also catching 24 passes for 225 yards (22.5 per game).
  • Roman Wilson’s team-high 589 receiving yards (65.4 yards per game) have come on 36 receptions with 10 touchdowns.
  • Cornelius Johnson has put up a 446-yard season so far (49.6 receiving yards per game) with one touchdown, reeling in 26 passes.
  • Colston Loveland has hauled in 29 grabs for 426 yards (42.6 ypg) and four touchdowns this season.

Maryland Key Players to Watch

  • Taulia Tagovailoa has 2,769 passing yards (276.9 ypg) to lead Maryland, completing 65.3% of his passes and throwing 22 touchdown passes and eight interceptions this season.
  • Roman Hemby has carried the ball 109 times for a team-high 515 yards (51.5 per game), with four touchdowns this year. He’s also tacked on 29 catches for 246 yards (24.6 per game) and two touchdowns.
  • This season Colby McDonald has collected 266 yards (29.6 per game) on 40 carries with two touchdowns.
  • Jeshaun Jones’ team-high 607 receiving yards (67.4 yards per game) have come on 45 receptions with four touchdowns.
  • Tai Felton has put together a 542-yard season so far (54.2 receiving yards per game) with five touchdowns, hauling in 38 passes.
  • Kaden Prather’s 37 grabs are good enough for 523 yards (52.3 ypg) and five touchdowns.

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