Maryland football announced some nonconference matchups on Wednesday. The Terps will even be playing a former ACC opponent in the future per a Maryland press release.

Maryland will 1st be playing Towson in 2025, followed by James Madison in 2027, and then Wake Forest in 2030 (away) and 2031 (home). Maryland has dominated Wake Forest in the all-time series with a 43-18 record against the Demon Deacons. However, Wake Forest beat Maryland 34-10 the last time they played back in 2013.

James Madison will be moving to Division 1 starting this fall, as they will be joining the Sun Belt Conference. The Terrapins have faced the Dukes 3 times, and have won that matchup every time. Maryland last played Towson in 2017 and has gone 2-0 against them all-time.

For now, Maryland will be shifting its focus to the 2022 season opener. Maryland kicks off the year against Buffalo on Sept. 3 at Noon ET on Big Ten Network.