Maryland can’t wait to get back on field against Indiana
Maryland football coach Michael Locksley remains on lockdown, battling the coronavirus while the Terrapins prepare for their first game in three weeks. When the Terps finally play again Saturday at No. 12 Indiana (4-1), they could be without nearly two dozen players who previously tested positive for COVID-19. Maryland last played on Nov. 7, against Penn State. In the wake of that victory, the school announced that games against Ohio State and Michigan State would be canceled because of an outbreak of COVID-19 within the Maryland football team. There were no negative tests on Sunday, however, so the Terps got the green light to resume practice Monday.