Maryland is in danger of having to cancel its second straight game due to COVID-19.

The Terps shut down their program due to an outbreak last week, which meant canceling their game against Ohio State. The hope was that they’d have things under control in time to play Michigan State this weekend, but things are trending in the wrong direction.

According to Emily Giambalvo of the Washington Post, Maryland wasn’t able to practice again on Wednesday.

A team spokesman has also told multiple reporters that a final decision will be made on Thursday regarding the Michigan State game.

This outbreak came at a bad time for the Terps. Maryland was coming off back-to-back wins and stellar performances by quarterback Taulia Tagovailoa.

All other Big Ten games for Week 5 are currently expected to be played.