Maryland Terps Football Odds

Latest live odds, moneyline, spread and totals

Online sports betting is coming to Maryland. This page will be updated with the latest promos and sportsbooks as soon as MD sports betting is live. 

NCAA Football is back in a big way with the full in-conference schedules, conference championships and a full lineup of bowl games.

Here in Maryalnd, the Terrapins’ history includes a National Championship in 1953 plus nine conference titles in 62 years in the Atlantic Coast Conference. Maryland joined the Big Ten Conference in 2014 but hasn’t found much in the way of success since. Although Maryland hasn’t been to a bowl since 2016, the new $149 million Jones-Hill House, a state-of-the-art training facility, provides reason for optimism.

With legal online sportsbooks live in Maryland, you can turn that optimism into a bet on Terps football right here at home. The Terps promise to be a big betting market, and local college football fans can get in on it here, with the live Terps football game odds, bowl game odds, and more.

Today’s Terps football odds: Point Spread, National Championship

Below find all the latest Terps point spreads and futures betting odds for winning the conference or National Championship from the top online sportsbooks. Click on any odds to register your account, claim your bonus and start making your Terps football bets.

Today’s Terps Football Point Spread

Maryland Football National Championship Odds

Terrapins football schedule 2021

DateTimeOpponentLocationWhere to Watch
Sept. 4, 20213:30 pmWest VirginiaCapital One Field at Maryland StadiumESPN
Sept. 11, 20217:30 pmHoward UniversityCapital One Field at Maryland StadiumB1G Network
Sept. 17, 20219 pmIllinoisUrbana-Champaign, IL (Big Ten)FS1
Sept. 25, 2021TBAKent State UniversityCapital One Field at Maryland Stadium
Oct. 1, 20218 pmIowaCapital One Field at Maryland Stadium ( Big Ten)FS1
Oct. 9, 202112 pmOhio StateColumbus, OH
(Big Ten)
Oct. 23, 2021TBAUniversity of MinnesotaMinneapolis, MN
(Big Ten)
Oct. 30, 202112 pmIndianaCapital One Field at Maryland Stadium ( Big Ten)
Nov. 6, 202112 pmPenn StateCapital One Field at Maryland Stadium ( Big Ten)
Nov. 13, 2021TBAMichigan StateEast Lansing, MI (Big Ten)
Nov. 20, 2021TBAMichiganCapital One Field at Maryland Stadium ( Big Ten)
Nov. 27, 2021TBARutgersPiscataway, NJ (Big Ten)

How did Terrapins football do last year?

After a 3-9 campaign in 2019, Terrapins faithful were hoping for some improvement heading into 2020. Those hopes didn’t come to fruition in what would turn out to be an unusual season, to say the least.

Big Ten football was pushed back to October. Maryland opened things up with a whimper by getting clobbered on a trip to Northwestern by a score of 43-3. A pair of surprising wins over Minnesota and Penn State followed, and glimmers of hope returned.

Due to postponements and cancellations, the Terps played just two more games the rest of the way, losing to both Indiana and Rutgers. The 2-4 final record didn’t leave much to write home about, leaving hopes for better days as the narrative for Maryland football once again.

Terrapins betting lines explained

Terrapins football betting lines for the first game of 2021 will look something like this at most Maryland online sportsbooks:

Maryland Terrapins+2.5 (-110)+155Over 44.5 (-110)
West Virginia-2.5 (-110)-175Under 44.5 (-110)

Terrapins football point spread

The first set of numbers you see is the spread, with the odds on spread bets in brackets. Here, the Terrapins are 2.5-point underdogs to West Virginia. That means Maryland must win the game outright or lose by fewer than three points for spread bets on the team to win. If they do, Maryland backers will win $100, plus their bet back, for every $110 they bet.

Terrapins football moneyline

The next number you see above (left to right) is the moneyline odds. Here, Maryland is a +155 underdog to WV. That means if the Terrapins win outright, moneyline bets will pay $155, plus your bet back, for every $100 you bet. As -175 moneyline favorites, West Virginia bettors get paid $100, plus their bet back, for every $175 they bet, as long as the Mountaineers win.

Terrapins football over/under

The final set of numbers is the totals line with the odds on totals bets in brackets. Here, you bet that the total combined score by both teams will end up over or under 44.5 points. The half-point ensures there won’t be a push. The over wins on 45 points or more, and the under comes in at 44 points or fewer. All totals bets pay $100, plus your bet back, for every $110 you bet.

Terrapins football live/prop betting

Advanced Terps football betting options include live betting and props. Props are all about the games within the game and a variety of bets mostly surrounding team and player stats. However, live betting is where Maryland football action really comes to life.

It’s mostly live betting on standard lines available during Maryland football games at odds that change with the play on the field. But it may also include quarter, half, and additional live prop markets.

As you might imagine, live betting odds change as quickly as the game itself. This means Maryland sports betting apps are the best way to get involved. Put your live bets down quickly and seamlessly.

How can I watch Terrapins football in Maryland?

Maryland football games air on FS1, ESPN, or the Big Ten Network. Full TV broadcast details for the 2021 season have yet to be released. However, you can see where some games will air on the Terrapins football schedule listed above.

Maryland Terrapins in the NFL

There are more than 20 former Terrapins players on NFL rosters. Here’s a look at the best of the bunch:

  • Stefon Diggs, WR, Buffalo Bills, 5th Round 2015
  • DJ Moore, WR, Carolina Panthers,1st Round 2018
  • Darnell Savage Jr., Safety, Green Bay Packers, 1st Round 2019
  • Quinton Jefferson, DT, Las Vegas Raiders, 5th Round 2016
  • Yannick Ngakoue, OLB, Las Vegas Raiders, 3rd Round 2016
  • Byron Cowart, DE, New England Patriots, 5th Round 2019
  • JC Jackson, CB, New England Patriots, Free Agent Signed 2018
  • Ty Johnson, RB, New York Jets, 6th Round 2019
  • Anthony McFarland Jr., RB, Pittsburgh Steelers, 4th Round 2020

Maryland football coaches

Here’s a look at the current Maryland Football coaching staff:

  • Head Coach: Michael Locksley
  • Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks Coach: Dan Enos
  • Defensive Coordinator/Safeties Coach: Brian Stewart
  • Associate Head Coach/Special Teams Coordinator/Outside Linebackers Coach: Ron Zook
  • Co-Defensive Coordinator/Defensive Line Coach: Brian Williams
  • Running Backs Coach: Elijah Brooks
  • Tight Ends Coach/Passing Game Coordinator: Mike Miller
  • Inside Linebackers Coach: Brawley Evans
  • Cornerbacks Coach: Henry Baker
  • Offensive Line Coach: Brian Braswell
  • Wide Receivers Coach: Zohn Burden

Maryland Terrapins home games

Maryland has played home games in College Park at the former Byrd Stadium since 1950. Here’s a look at a few key stadium details:

  • Name: Maryland Stadium (Since 2015)
  • Address: 90 Stadium Drive
  • Location: College Park, Maryland
  • Owner/Operator: University of Maryland, College Park
  • Capacity: 51,802
  • Groundbreaking: January 1949
  • Opening date: Sept. 30, 1950
  • Other tenants: Baltimore Stars (USFL) (1985)

Top sportsbook/bars near University of Maryland campus

Terrapins football fans go to these College Park locals to watch games:

Looney’s Pub

  • The Varsity
  • 8150 Baltimore Ave
  • College Park, MD

Terps fans flock here on game days for the TVs and pub-grub menu.

Hard Times Cafe

  • College Park Market Place
  • 4738 Cherry Hill Rd
  • College Park, MD

Wings, burgers, and Terps football on the flat-screen TVs.

Maryland football all-time leaders

Here’s a look at the Terrapins’ career leaders in some key offensive categories:

  • Passing yards: Scott Milanovich7,301 (1992-1995)
  • Passing TDs: Scott Milanovich – 49 (1992-1995)
  • Rushing yards: LaMont Jordan4,147 (1997-2000)
  • Rushing TDs: Rick Badanjek44 (1982-1985)
  • Receptions: Jermaine Lewis193  (1992-1995)
  • Receiving TDs: Jermaine Lewis – 21 (1992-1995)

How to bet on Terrapins football games in MD

If you want to bet on college football games online in Maryland, there are three things you need to do:

  1. Sign up for an account: Go to any Maryland online sportsbook’s website and download the mobile app or sign up right there and then. Just look for anything that says “sign up,” or “join” or “register,” and click that. Fill in the blanks with your personal and account information using info like your name, email and last four digits of your SSN. If they ask for a promo code or bonus code, find it here on our site to get the best bonus possible. Then, accept any terms and conditions and submit all your info.
  2. Make a deposit: Log in through the website or mobile app and find the “deposit” or “cashier” button.  Choose the method of deposit that works best for you. These will normally include cash at Maryland casinos and retail locations, credit and debit cards and certain online banking services and third-party online payment processors. Enter the amount you want to deposit and follow the prompts. Most deposits will be available within minutes.
  3. Place bets: Log in through the website or mobile app, browse through the Terps football betting markets, and click on any bet you like to automatically create a bet slip. Play around with your bet slip by entering betting amounts, adding more single bets and turning multiple bets into a parlay. Check out the potential payouts, and when you’ve settled on a bet or series of bets, click to place it.

Maryland Football FAQ

How many times has Maryland won the ACC/National Title?

Maryland won a National Championship in football in 1953 and nine ACC conference titles in 62 years in the conference. However, they haven’t won much since joining the Big Ten in 2014.

How many Maryland football numbers are retired?

The Maryland Terrapins have retired just three numbers:

  • Randy White‘s No. 94
  • Bob Ward‘s No. 28
  • Dick Modzelewski‘s No. 10

What is the Maryland football mascot and fight song?

Maryland’s mascot is Testudo, a plush Diamondback Terrapin. The school’s fight song is “The Victory Song” as played by The Mighty Sound of Maryland marching band pregame and at halftime.

What conference do the Terrapins play football in?

Maryland competes in the Big Ten Conference and has since 2014. Prior to 2014, Maryland spent 62 years in the ACC as a founding member.