Maryland is looking to win its first bowl game under third-year coach Randy Edsall.
There was no bowl snub for Middle Tennessee with its 8-4 record this year after moving to Conference USA.
Now that Maryland has finally gotten its coveted sixth win, the Terrapins intend to use the final two weeks of the regular season to make a positive impression on bowl committees around the country.
After Maryland opened the season with four straight wins, the Terrapins figured it wouldn’t take long to reach the six-victory mark necessary to become bowl eligible.
If Maryland defeats Wake Forest on Saturday, the Terrapins will have enough wins to qualify for a bowl bid — no small accomplishment for a team that totaled six victories over the past two seasons.
A new report says the annual college football bowl game played in Washington helped pump nearly $18 million into the region last year.
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