Maryland lost its first game of the 2022 season, but it may have lost more with the injuries to wide receiver Rakim Jarrett and quarterback Taulia Tagovailoa, confirmed by head coach Michael Locksley. After the game, Locksley said that Jarrett suffered a head injury and Tagovailoa suffered a rib injury in the 34-27 road loss to No. 4 Michigan.

Tagovailoa suffered a rib injury in the third quarter after getting hit hard in the pocket. He finished the game completing 20-of-30 of his passes for 207 yards, 1 touchdown and 2 interceptions.

Jarrett took a hard hit to the head on a contested attempt at a catch against the defense of Michigan late in the third quarter. He finished the game catching 4 receptions (8 targets) for 12 yards.

Maryland was outgained by Michigan in total yards accounted for 463-to-397 and the Terrapins also lost the turnover battle 3-to-1.