COLLEGE PARK, Md. (WJZ) — Some universities across the country still plan to play a college football season this year amid the coronavirus pandemic.

The Big Ten put out a revised college football schedule Wednesday.

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All games are in-conference, and Maryland is set to open on the road at Iowa on September 5, followed by their home opener the following week against Michigan State.

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The second half of the Terps’ season poses a challenge with trips to Penn State and Michigan, and home games against Ohio State and Minnesota.

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